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Psychology Today: Gifted Children – Nurturing Genius (Part One)

Psychology Today: Gifted Children – Nurturing Genius (Part One)
Nurturing gifted children
by Joseph Cardillo, Ph.D. in Attention Training

“Dr. Dudley Herschbach of the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Harvard University who discusses the young Einstein in a paper titled Einstein as a Student writes: “Late in life, when reflecting on his uncanny papers of 1905, Einstein liked to say, “Nobody expected me to lay golden eggs.” A century later, nobody can expect to fully comprehend how he did it.”

Yet, for as much as the world has benefited from the contributions of gifted individuals, it is disturbing, to this writer, to realize that the population least likely to learn and achieve its potential is the highly gifted.”

Read the full article here: Psychology Today: Gifted Children – Nurturing Genius (Part One)

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