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[Especially gifted: especially happy, especially satisfied? On the self-concept of highly gifted and average children].
Z Psychol Z Angew Psychol. 1994; 202(4):379-403.ZP

Abstract

This study investigates the relation between intelligence and self-concept. 287 fourth-grade elementary-school students (151 intellectually gifted children and 136 children of average intelligence) participating in the Marburg Giftedness Project responded to an extended version of the Piers-Harris Children's Self-Concept Scale. Results show that gifted children score higher in all facets of self-concept. However, this difference is only in the scale "intellectual and school status" statistically significant. Compared with gifted and non-gifted "achievers", gifted "underachievers" score lower in most self-concept facets. Independently of their intelligence level, children of this age group have developed a very positive self-concept.

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Philipps-Universität Marburg.No affiliation info available

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English Abstract
Journal Article
Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't

Language

ger

PubMed ID

7817606

Citation

Rost, D H., and P Hanses. "[Especially Gifted: Especially Happy, Especially Satisfied? On the Self-concept of Highly Gifted and Average Children]." Zeitschrift Fur Psychologie Mit Zeitschrift Fur Angewandte Psychologie, vol. 202, no. 4, 1994, pp. 379-403.
Rost DH, Hanses P. [Especially gifted: especially happy, especially satisfied? On the self-concept of highly gifted and average children]. Z Psychol Z Angew Psychol. 1994;202(4):379-403.
Rost, D. H., & Hanses, P. (1994). [Especially gifted: especially happy, especially satisfied? On the self-concept of highly gifted and average children]. Zeitschrift Fur Psychologie Mit Zeitschrift Fur Angewandte Psychologie, 202(4), 379-403.
Rost DH, Hanses P. [Especially Gifted: Especially Happy, Especially Satisfied? On the Self-concept of Highly Gifted and Average Children]. Z Psychol Z Angew Psychol. 1994;202(4):379-403. PubMed PMID: 7817606.
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