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Cognitive Characteristics and Learning Needs of Economically Disadvantaged Gifted Students
Park, Minjung; Park, Jiyeon; Jeon, Dongryul; Lee, Kyung-Sook;
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 Abstract
This study explored the cognitive characteristics and learning needs of economically disadvantaged gifted students. Gifted students(n
 Keywords
Economically disadvantaged gifted students;abstract reasoning ability;insight;meta-cognitive ability;using diverse and creative tasks;
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Korean
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