Comparing Overexcitabilities of Gifted and Non-Gifted 10th Grade Students in Turkey

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Comparing Overexcitabilities of Gifted and Non-Gifted 10th Grade Students in Turkey

Description

The study compares overexcitability scores of Turkish 10th graders who are grouped in terms of their intellectual abilities, motivation, creativity and leadership as well as gender. 711 students who were administered Raven Advanced Progressive Matrices Test (APM) were divided into three intellectual ability categories. From this pool, 105 subjects were selected as the sample of the study. Teacher Observation and Evaluation Form (TOEF) was used for categorizing students in terms of motivation, creativity and leadership. On the other hand, Overexcitability Questionnaire (OEQ) was administered to the sample for assessing their overexcitabilities. According to the findings of the study, overexcitability scores of highly intelligent, motivated, creative and leader
students in some overexcitability areas are significantly greater than those of their lower
counterparts. No gender differences are found in regard to overexcitabilities.

Date

2006

Language

English

Source

Yakmaci-Guzel, B., & Akarsu, F. (2006). Comparing overexcitabilities of gifted and non-gifted 10th grade students in Turkey. High Ability Studies, 17(1), 43-56.

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Yakmaci-GuzelAkarsu2006.pdf

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“Comparing Overexcitabilities of Gifted and Non-Gifted 10th Grade Students in Turkey,” TPD Archive , accessed November 19, 2017, http://christianewells.com/items/show/103.

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