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A Handbook for Counseling the Gifted and Talented.
- B. Kerr
Last chance high: How girls and boys drop in and out of alternative schools.
- B. Kerr
Computer-mediated counseling: an empirical study of a new mental health treatment
Findings warrant further exploration of how computer-mediated counseling might be effectively used as an alternative or an adjunct to face-to-face counseling.
Encyclopedia of Giftedness, Creativity, and Talent.
- B. Kerr
For many years, the study of giftedness, creativity, and talent was of concern to a small community of scholars in psychology and education. Now, however, the nature of intelligence, the sources…
The College Plans of Academically Talented Students
Academically talented students scoring in the 95th and 99th percentiles on the 1986 ACTs were compared to each other and to “high average” students scoring in the 80th percentile in terms of their…
Meaning, Purpose, and Religiosity in at-Risk Youth: The Relationship between Anxiety and Spirituality
This study investigated the relationship between spiritual well-being and anxiety in at-risk adolescents. The State-Trait Anxiety Inventory, the Spiritual Well-Being Scale, a revised version of the…
Career Assessment with Intellectually Gifted Students
Career counseling with the intellectually gifted poses unique challenges to counselors. Development of competent practices with this population requires the career counselor to be aware of several…
Gendered practices in the education of gifted girls and boys
Gifted girls and gifted boys are more alike than they are different, although researchers remain fascinated with sex differences. Small differences between gifted boys and girls in achievements,…