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Developing Talent in Young People
     

Developing Talent in Young People

by Benjamin Bloom, Lauren A. Sosniak (Contribution by), Kathryn D. Sloane (Contribution by)
 
The dramatic findings of a ground-breaking study of 120 immensely talented individuals reveal astonishing new information on developing talent in young people.
 
• The Nature of the Study and Why It Was Done 
• Learning to Be a Concert Pianist 
• One Concert Pianist 
• The

Overview

The dramatic findings of a ground-breaking study of 120 immensely talented individuals reveal astonishing new information on developing talent in young people.
 
• The Nature of the Study and Why It Was Done 
• Learning to Be a Concert Pianist 
• One Concert Pianist 
• The Development of Accomplished Sculptors 
• The Development of Olympic Swimmers 
• One Olympic Swimmer 
• Learning to Be a World-Class Tennis Player 
• The Development of Exceptional Research Mathematicians
• One Mathematician: “Hal Foster”
• Becoming an Outstanding Research Neurologist 
• Phases of Learning 
• Home Influences on Talent Development 
• A Long-Term Commitment to Learning
• Generalizations About Talent Development

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780345315090
Publisher:
Random House Publishing Group
Publication date:
02/28/1985
Edition description:
1st ed
Pages:
572
Sales rank:
909,364
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 1.50(d)

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