Highly Gifted Children
Volume XII Number 1
Spring 1998

A pulication of The Hollingworth Center for Highly Gifted Children

Social and Emotional Issues

In this issue:

Foundations for Understanding the Social-Emotional Needs of the Highly Gifted: Theories to Build On by Ellen D. Fiedler

Social Development or Socialization? by Linda Silverman

Diagnosis Questions by Betty Maxwell

Becoming Aware of My Gifted Self in Midlife by Patricia Egging Kaplan

Advocacy Begins at Home: What Parents Can Do to Help Their Perfectionist Highly Gifted Children by Pat Shuler

Coping Through Awareness: A Transformational Tool for Coping with Being Highly Gifted by Andrew S. Mahoney

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