Corpus ID: 142154898

Smart girls, gifted women

  title={Smart girls, gifted women},
  author={B. Kerr},
Exploring the Lives of Gifted Women
Exploring the Lives of Gifted Women is a narrative collection that shares the lived experience of five diverse gifted women. These women were identified as gifted and talented through a formalExpand
What contributes to gifted adolescent females’ talent development at a high-achieving, secondary girls’ school?
ABSTRACT The purpose of this research was to examine what contributes to gifted adolescent females’ talent development at a high-achieving girls’ school. Using Kronborg’s (2010) Talent DevelopmentExpand
Conceptions of Giftedness: Feminist Perspectives on Talent Development: A Research-Based Conception of Giftedness in Women
The stories of talented and eminent women are too seldom told. Little research has been conducted and less is known about the ways women’s talents emerge and are developed, how they differ from theExpand
Career Counseling for Gifted Girls and Women
Journal of Career Development, Vol. 14(4), Summer 1988 Barbara A. Kerr is an Associate Professor at the University of Iowa, N346 Lindquist, Iowa City, IA 52242. Address requests for reprints to theExpand
Individual Perceptions of Self-Actualization: What Functional Motives Are Linked to Fulfilling One’s Full Potential?
Lay perceptions of self-actualization are examined, suggesting that people most frequently link self- Actualization to seeking status, and that people do not view other types of well-being—eudaimonic, hedonic, subjective—as furthering status-linked functional outcomes. Expand
Geeks, boffins, swots and nerds: a social constructionist analysis of ‘gifted and talented’ identities in post-16 education
This study analyses ‘Gifted and Talented’ (‘G&T’) identities in post-16 education, exploring ‘G&T’ identity construction processes and how students manage ‘G&T’ identities once labelled as such.Expand
Factors influencing the vocational decision making of high-ability adolescent girls
Factors Influencing the Vocational Decision-Making of High-Ability Adolescent Girls. The current study is the first of its kind in Australia. It is breaking new ground therefore and is exploratory inExpand
Toward a Theory of Creativity in Diverse Creative Women
ABSTRACT: Little is known and limited research has been completed about creative women, their creative processes, and the decisions they face about their own creative productivity. Few books or evenExpand
Gifted Women and Marriage
This study analyzed the perceived relationship between marriage and achievement among 167 able women, ages 45-65, who were alumnae at the University of Michigan. Women who perceived their husbands asExpand
Barriers to the realization of the potential in gifted girls – Responding to challenges Prepared by *
* The views expressed in this paper are those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of the United Nations