Doctor of Education (EdD)
First Committee Member
Mark G. Beals
Number of Pages
The problem investigated in this study was the correlation, if any, between and among mean scores of various dimensions of self-concept and student self earned by 98 sixth grade public school students identified as gifted and nongifted. Findings suggested that dimensions of self-concept are not different in gifted and nongifted children, while dimensions of student self are different in gifted and nongifted children.
Concept; Differences; Gifted; Groups; Ideal; Nongifted; Others; Perceptions; Reflected; Selected; Self; Students; Students
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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Brady, Sandra Kaye Kegley, "Differences in self-concept, reflected self, ideal self, student self and others' perceptions between and among selected groups of gifted and nongifted students" (1986). UNLV Retrospective Theses & Dissertations. 2932.
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