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Intellectual giftedness

Terman's Termites

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Terman?s ?Termites? were intellectually gifted children, identified by their superior aptitude demonstrated on the Stanford Binet test at the age of 10. The criteria for selection was not random. Students were recommended by teachers and principals. These children were compared with 100 children deemed as having a lesser chance at success in life. This is hailed as the first true longitudinal study. It sought to track the social development of gifted children over a lifetime and, in effect, dispel the stereotype of profoundly gifted children as socially awkward people.
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