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 Department: Department of Technology and Cognition
 Degree Discipline: Educational Psychology
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Well-Being of Gifted Students Following Participation in an Early-College-Entrance Program

Well-Being of Gifted Students Following Participation in an Early-College-Entrance Program

Date: December 2006
Creator: Boazman, Janette Kay
Description: The concepts of well-being and life satisfaction are explored in this study of the experiences and psychological traits of highly-gifted students who have been radically accelerated into an early-college-entrance program. The study was conducted after participation in the early-college-entrance program. The primary focus of the study is on personal well-being and life satisfaction including the variables of subjective well-being, efficacy, and the dispositional traits of cheerfulness, seriousness, and bad mood. These variables are gathered as the initial phase of a longitudinal study of the early-college entrants' personal and professional experiences, their life satisfaction, and dispositions. The subjects for this study were participants in the Texas Academy of Math and Science (TAMS). TAMS is a state run early-college-entrance program at the University of North Texas in Denton.
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