References on GT/Arts
Issues and Practices Related to Identification of Gifted and Talented
Students in the Visual Arts,
Gilbert A. Clark, Ph.D. and Enid Zimmerman, Ph.D., Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, 1992.
A study of current selection and identification processes and schooling for K-12 artistically gifted and talented students. A.E. Bachtel, Doctoral Dissertation, University of Southern California, 1988. Dissertation Abstracts International, 49, 12A-3597.
Towards a fuller conception of giftedness: Art in gifted education and the gifted in art education., K. L. Carroll, Doctoral Dissertation, Columbia University, 1987. Dissertation Abstracts International, 48, 8721089.
Visual arts education for the gifted elementary level art student,
Gifted Child Quarterly, 25, 154-158 (1981).
Gifted arts resource guide, Illlinois State Board of Education, Springfield, IL, 1991
Study of Color Preferences and Drawing in Terms of Its Relationship to Creativity and Conformity in Children, Rodney Chang, Masters in Education Dissertation, University of Southern California, 1974.
Hypnosis and Creativity Testing, Rodney Chang, Study in Dept. of Psychology, Chaminade University, 1977.
Principles of Art Psychology, a part of thesis for the Ph.D. in Art Psychology, Union Graduate Institute, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1980
Studies in the psychology of art, Vol. III: Psychological Papers., N.C. Meier (Ed.); Iowa City:IA: University of Iowa Press.
Intelligence as necessary but not sufficient for creativity, Schubert, D.S.P., Journal of Genetic Psychology, 122, 45-47, 1973.
The artist and the child: A model program for the artistically gifted; Szekely, G, Gifted Child Quarterly, 25(2), 67-72; 1981
Education and the Creative Potential, Torrance, E.P., Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 1963.
Discovery and recognition of the artistically talented, Wenner, G.C.; Journal for the Education of the Gifted, 8 (3), 221-238, 1985.
Identification of the gifted in art, Stalker, M.Z.; Studies in Art Education, 22(2), 46-56,1981
Books on gifted topics can be obtained from many sources, including CEC, NRC/GT and local book stores. (A list of material available from CEC is online, but you must call them on the phone to order)
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