Developing Talent in Young People

Developing Talent in Young People

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The dramatic findings of a ground-breaking study of 120 immensely talented individuals reveal astonishing new information on developing talent in young people.
*nbsp;The Nature of the Study and Why It Was Donenbsp;
*nbsp;Learning to Be a Concert Pianistnbsp;
*nbsp;One Concert Pianistnbsp;
*nbsp;The Development of Accomplished Sculptorsnbsp;
*nbsp;The Development of Olympic Swimmersnbsp;
*nbsp;One Olympic Swimmernbsp;
*nbsp;Learning to Be a World-Class Tennis Playernbsp;
*nbsp;The Development of Exceptional Research Mathematicians
*nbsp;One Mathematician: "Hal Foster"
*nbsp;Becoming an Outstanding Research Neurologistnbsp;
*nbsp;Phases of Learningnbsp;
*nbsp;Home Influences on Talent Developmentnbsp;
*nbsp;A Long-Term Commitment to Learning
*nbsp;Generalizations About Talent Development
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, 1985.
ISBN: 9780345315090
Branch Call Number: 155.413 DEV
Characteristics: x, 557 pages ;,22 cm


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