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The Development of Giftedness and Talent Across the Life Span Hardcover – February 19, 2009
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About the Author
Rena F. Subotnik is the director of the Center for Gifted Education Policy at the American Psychological Association. The center's mission is to generate public awareness, advocacy, clinical applications, and cutting-edge research ideas that will enhance the achievement and performance of children and adolescents with special gifts and talents in all domains (including the academic disciplines, the performing arts, sports, and the professions). She is a co-editor of an upcoming series with Information Age Publishers entitled Levers of Change. She has also co-edited Optimizing Student Success in School with the Other Three R's: Reasoning, Resilience, and Responsibility (Information Age Publishing, 2006), The Scientific Basis of Educational Productivity (Information Age Publishing, 2006), International Handbook of Giftedness and Talent (2nd edition) (Pergamon, 2002), Remarkable Women: Perspectives on Female Talent Development (Hampton Press, 1995), and Beyond Terman: Contemporary Longitudinal Studies of Giftedness and Talent (Ablex Publishing, 1994). She is also the primary author of Genius Revisited: High IQ Children Grown Up (Ablex Publishing, 1993).
Dona J. Matthews has been teaching, writing, counseling, consulting, and conducting research on gifted development and education since 1985. From 2003 to 2007, she was the director of the Center for Gifted Studies and Education at Hunter College, the City University of New York, where she worked with New York City teachers and the NYC Department of Education on policies and practices relating to giftedness. Currently, she is a visiting professor at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, engaged in several writing projects, and working with families and schools on issues relating to gifted education. She is a co-author of Being Smart About Gifted Children: A Guidebook for Parents and Educators (Great Potential Press, 2005) and co-editor of International Companion to Gifted Education (Routledge, in press). Current projects include writing upcoming books for parents and children with Joanne Foster and writing a book with Felice Kaufmann on the first five years of presidential scholars.