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Bibliographies of Gifted Research
December 01, 2020
Institute Annotated Bibliography
- From the folks who bring you
TIP Research Bibliography
- Duke TIP researchers have authored many peer-reviewed research papers
articles. A list of major research publications, arranged by author. Use the
key word search below to sort articles by topic or date...
A. Karnes Center for Gifted Studies Bibliography for Parents
- Online and book resources for parents of the gifted...
Gifted Children &
Homeschooling: An Annotated Bibliography compiled by Kathi
- "This list represents much of the written record in this century
about gifted children and homeschooling."
- Grouping: A
Short, Data Based Primary Journal Research Sources Bibliography by Joseph
- The National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented (NRC/GT),
University of Connecticut, Storrs
and Human Intelligence
- Annotated bibliography of the study of human intelligence
Hopkins CTY Staff Bibliography
- Lists the scholarly work completed by
current and former CTY staff since CTY’s
founding in 1979. It includes: (1) published books, book chapters, journal
articles, and op-ed pieces; (2)
unpublished technical reports that summarize internal research and program
evaluation studies; and (3)
dissertations and theses that involve research on CTY students. Copies of
many of these papers are
available on the Internet; others can be requested from CTY’s research
department upon request...
- Minibibliographies for
- ERIC Minibibs contain annotated readings on a particular topic. Topics
include Social Emotional Needs of Gifted Children, Gifted Students with
Learning Disabilities, Homeschooling Resources, Middle School Gifted, and
Radical Acceleration of Highly Gifted Children: An Annotated Bibliography of
by Miraca U.M. Gross and Helen E. vanVliet, a Templeton Foundation grant
- The first-ever annotated bibliography of international research on highly
gifted children who graduate from high school three or more years early.
Tidbits include "Educators who most actively supported acceleration were
those individuals who had received some training in gifted education. Those
who were most vocal in their opposition admitted to having no such
training," "In all studies the attitudes of students towards acceleration
were positive both in terms of their academic needs and their social and
emotional needs. Students in all three studies reported high levels of
satisfaction, academically and emotionally, when the curriculum was
challenging and provided them with options, and when they were allowed a
voice in its design and execution," and "The percentage of individuals
married was about the same for men in all groups, with a slightly higher
rate of marriage for highly accelerated men. Women who were members of the
highly accelerated group were less likely to marry. Separations and divorces
occurred less often among the highly accelerated subjects."
on Giftedness and Gifted Education: Status of the Field and Considerations
for the Future by Jonathan A. Plucker and Carolyn M. Callahan
- Gifted education has a rich history and a solid if uneven research base.
As policy makers and educators increasingly turn their attention to advanced
students and educational excellence, the time is ripe for a dispassionate
analysis of the field’s conceptual and empirical strengths and weaknesses.
The purpose of this special feature article is to highlight advances in
theories and research related to giftedness and gifted education, note the
promising areas for additional research, and propose next steps for
improving the quality and utility of empirical work in this important
- Stephanie Tolan's
- Articles and books by Stef Tolan, many about gifted children...