Vulnerabilities of highly gifted children

@inproceedings{Roedell1984VulnerabilitiesOH,
  title={Vulnerabilities of highly gifted children},
  author={Wendy Conklin Roedell},
  year={1984}
}
This article examines the unique vulnerabilities of children with extraordinarily advanced intellectual skills, and highlights the differences between highly gifted and moderately gifted children. Problems of uneven development, perfectionism, adult expectations, intense sensitivity, self‐definition, alienation, inappropriate environments, and role conflict are explored. 

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