Families of Children with IQ over 170

Paul M. Sheldon, “The families of highly gifted children” Marriage and Family Living, 1954, 16:59–61

The parents tended to plan the non-school time of their children, arranging all play or social events by appointment with other parents. They opposed casual contacts with neighborhood children, and in several instances showed distrust if not actual fear of the prospect of the subject’s mingling with “the children in the street.”



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