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Radical acceleration of highly gifted children : an annotated bibliography of international research on highly gifted children who graduate from high school three or more years early / Miraca U.M. Gross, Helen E. van Vliet
Bib ID 3411671
Format BookBook
Author
Gross, Miraca U. M
 
Description Sydney : Gifted Education Research, Resource and Information Centre, The University of New South Wales. [2002?] 
242 p. ; 28 cm. 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 236-242).

Subjects Gifted children - Research - Bibliography.  |  Gifted children - Education - Research - Bibliography.
Other authors/contributors Van Vliet, Helen E  |  University of New South Wales. Gifted Education Research, Resource and Information Centre

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