Articles scientifiques

Modèles théoriques

📎Dai, Y. D. et Renzulli, J. S. (2008). Snowflakes, Living systems, and the Mistery of Giftedness. Gifted Child Quartely, 52, 114-130.

📎Ferrando, M., Ferrándiz, C., Llor, L. & Sainz, M. (2016). Successful Intelligence and Giftedness: an Empirical Study. Anales de Psicología, 32, 672-683.

📎Gagné, F. (2013). The DMGT: Changes within, beneath, and beyond. Talent Development & Excellence, 5, 5-19.

📎Gagné, F. (2015). From Genes to Talent: DMGT/CMTD Perspective. Revista de Education, 328, 12-37.

📎Hollingworth, Leta S. (1926). Gifted Children: Their Nature and Nurture. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/10599-000

📎Mestre, J. M., MacCann, C., Guil, R. & Roberts, R. D. (2016). Models of Cognitive Ability and Emotion Can Better Inform Contemporary Emotional Intelligence Frameworks. Emotion Review, 8 (4), 322 –330.

📎Renzulli, T. S. (1978). What Makes Giftedness? Re-examining a Definition. Phi Delta Kappan, 60, 180-184, 261.

📎Renzulli, J. S. (1999). What Is This Thing Called Giftedness, and How Do We Develop It? A Twenty-Five Year Perspective. Journal for the Education of the Gifted, 23 (1), 3-54.

📎Shearer, C. B. & Karanian, J. M. (2017). The Neurosciences of Intelligence: Empirical Support for the Theory of Multiple Intelligence. Trends in Neuroscience and Education, 6, 211-223.

📎Sternberg, R. J. (2000). Patterns of Giftedness: A Triarchic Analysis. Roeper Review, 22 (4), 231-235.

📎Sternberg, R. J., Castejon, J. L., Prieto, M. D., Hautamaki, J. & Grigorenko, E. L. (2001). Confirmatory Factor Analysis of the Sternberg Triarchic Abilities Test in Three International Samples. European Journal of Psychological Assessment, 17, 1-16.

📎Zenasni, F., Mourgues, C., Nelson, J., Muter, C., Myszowski, N. (2016). How Does Creative Giftedness Differ from Academic Giftedness? A Multidimensional Conception. Learning and Individual Differences. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.lindif.2016.09.003.

 

Hypersensibilités

📎Aron, E. & Aron, A. (1997). Sensory-Processing Sensitivity and its Relation to Introversion and Emotionality. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 73,‎ 345-368.

📎Gere, D. R., Capps, S. C., Mitchell, D. W. & Grubbs, E. (2009). Sensory Sensitivities of Gifted Children / Invited Commentary on “Sensory Sensitivities of Gifted Children.” American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 63 (3)

📎Melnick, M. D., Harrison, B.R., Park, S., Bennetto, L., Tadin, D. (2013). A Strong Interactive Link between Sensory Discriminations and Intelligence. Curr Biol., 23 (11), 1013-1017.

📎Meyer, C. S., Hagmann-von Arx, P., Lemola, S. & Grob, A. (2010). Correspondence Between the General Ability to Discriminate Sensory Stimuli and General Intelligence. Journal of Individual Differences, Vol 31 (1), 46-56.

 

Neurologie, biologie et hérédité

📎Batterjee, A. A., Omar, K., Khalil, A. & Richard, L. (2013). Normative Data for IQ, Height and Head Circumference for Children in Saudi Arabia. Journal of Biosocial Science, 45 (4), 451-459.

📎Bouchard, T. J. (2013). « The Wilson Effect: The Increase in Heritability of IQ with Age ». Twin Research and Human Genetics. 16 (05), 923–930.

📎Broekman, B. F. P. et al. (2009). The Influence of Birth Size on Intelligence in Healthy Children. Pediatrics, 123 (6), e1011-e1016.

📎Devlin, B. Daniels, M., Roeder, K. (1997). The Heritability of IQ. Nature, 388 (6641), 468–471

📎Durdiaková, J., Celec, P., Laznibatová, J., Minárik, G, & Ostatníková, D. (2016). Testosterone Metabolism: A Possible Biological Underpinning of Non-verbal IQ in Intellectually Gifted Girls. Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis, 76 (1), 66-74.

📎Geiger, A., Achermann, P., Jenni. O. G. (2010). Association between Sleep Duration and Intelligence Scores in Healthy Children. Developmental Psychology, 46, 949-954.

📎Haier, R. J., Jung, R. E., Yeo, R. A., Head, K. & Alkire, M. T. (2004). Structural Brain Variation and General Intelligence. NeuroImage, 23, 425-433.

📎Haier, R. J. & Benbow, C. P. (1995). Sex Differences and Lateralization in Temporal Lobe Glucose Metabolism During Mathematical Reasoning. Developmental Neuropsychology, 11(4), 405–414.

📎Haier, R. J., Siegel., B., Tang, C., Abel, L. & Buchsbaum, M. S. (1992). Intelligence and Changes in Regional Cerebral Glucose Metabolic Rate Following Learning. Intelligence, 16(3), 415-426.

📎Jambaqué, I. (2004). Analyse de la littérature : Contribution de la neuropsychologie développementale à l’étude des sujets à haut potentiel : une revue de question. Psychologie française, 49, 267-276.

📎Jaušovec, N. (2000). Differences in Cognitive Processes between Gifted, Intelligent, Creative, and Average Individuals While Solving Complex Problems: An EEG Study. Intelligence, Vol 28 (3), 2000, 213-237.

📎Jaušovec, N. (1996). Differences in EEG Alpha Activity Related to Giftedness. Intelligence, 23 (3), 159–173.

📎Jung, R. E., et Haier, R. J. (2007). The Parieto-Frontal Integration Theory (P-FIT) of Intelligence: Converging Neuroimaging Evidence. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 30, 135-187.

📎Karlsson, J. L. (2009). Major Intelligence Gene Tied to Myopia: A Review. Mankind Quarterly, Spring 2009.

📎Karlsson, H., Björn, A. D., Christina, D. & Hemmingsson, T. (2010). Association between Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate and IQ in Swedish Males Aged 18–20. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 24 (6), 868-873.

📎Kim, D-J., Davis, E. P., Sandman, C. A., Sporns, O., O’Donnell, B. F., Buss, C. & Hetrick, W. P. (2016). Chilrden’s Intellectual Ability is Associated with Structural Network Integrity. NeuroImage, 124, 550-556.

📎Lee, K.H., Choi, Y.Y., Gray, J.R., Cho, S.H., Chae, J-H., Lee, S., & Kim, K. (2006). Neural Correlates of Superior Intelligence: Stronger Recruitment of Posterior Parietal Cortex. NeuroImage, 29, 578 – 586.

📎Li, Z., Gan, J. Q. & Wang, H. (2017) Neurocognitive Mechanisms of Mathematical Giftedness: A Literature Review. Applied Neuropsychology: Child, 6, 79-94.

📎Neubauer, A. C. & Fink, A. (2009). Intelligence and Neural Efficiency. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 33 (7), 1004-1023.

📎Ostatníková, D., Putz, Z., Celec, P., Okkelová, J. & Laznibatová, J. (2006). May Testosterone Be Considered as One of the Biological Markers Related to Academic Intelligence. Homeostasis in Health and Disease, 44 (1-2), 49-56.

📎Rae, C., Scott, R. B., Thompson, C. H., Kemp, J. K., Dumughn, I., Styles, P., Tracey, I. & Radda, G. K. (1996). Is pH a Biochemical Marker of IQ? Proceedings: Biological Sciences, 263, 1061-1064.

📎Ramsden, S., Richardson, F.M., Josse, G., Thomas, M.S., Ellis, C., Shakeshaft, C., Seghier, M.L. & Price, C.J. (2011). Verbal and Non-Verbal Intelligence Changes in the Teenage Brain. Nature, 479, 113-116.

📎Shaw, P., Greenstein, D., Lerch, J., Clasen, L., Lenroot, R., Gogtay, N., Evans, A., Rapoport, J. & Giedd, J. (2006) Intellectual Ability and Cortical Development in Children and Adolescents. Nature, 440, 676–679.

📎Thompson, L. A., & Oehlert, J. (2010). The Etiology of Giftedness. Learning and Individual Differences, 20, 298-307.

📎Troche, S., J., & Rammsayer, T. H. (2009). Temporal and Non-Temporal Sensory Discrimination and their Prediction of Capacity and Speed Related Aspects of Psychometric Intelligence. Personality and Individual Differences, 47, 52-57.

📎Tsukahara J.S & al. (2016). The Relationship between Baseline Pupil Size and Intelligence, Cognitive Psychology 91, 109–123.