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Important research on the gifted which was completed too recently to be included in the survey are listed below. These studies show part of the research being done in the needed areas of creativity testing and allowance for socioeconomic factors.

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against or in favor of disadvantaged groups?" Gifted Child Quarterly, 1971, Vol. 15, 75-80.





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