Examining Our Foundations: Implications for Gifted Education Research.

@inproceedings{FriedmanNimz2005ExaminingOF,
  title={Examining Our Foundations: Implications for Gifted Education Research.},
  author={Reva Friedman-Nimz and Brenna O'Brien and Bruce Frey},
  year={2005}
}
Robert Albert examined key conceptual shifts in the pertinent professional literature language over the first part of the 20th century in his 1969 American Psychologist article, “Genius: Present‐Day Status of the Concept and Its Implications for the Study of Creativity and Giftedness. “ His findings indicated profound changes in pertinent terminology in the professional knowledge base after 1945 from an emphasis on concepts such as genius, eminence, fame, and distinction to giftedness, talent… CONTINUE READING