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4.10.1 Insights into practice and research of William-Stern-Association for gifted research and gifted education

This symposium is intended to provide insights into the work of the William-Stern-Association for gifted research and gifted education (WSG). The WSG is a non-profit organisation that researches psychological and educational problems concerning gifted children and adolescents. Research about diagnostics and counselling as well as the relation of intelligence, need for cognition, and school grades will be presented and discussed. The aim of this symposium is to establish new contacts as well as exchange views with other organisations and programs that are concerned with gifted research and fostering to enable a sustainable exchange.

Author(s):

Nina Krüger
Nina.Krueger@uni-hamburg.de
Universität Hamburg
Germany

2006 Member of the William-Stern-Gesellschaft für Begabungsforschung und Begabtenförderung e.V. 2007 Diplom in Psychology (equivalent: Master of Science) 2008-2014 Research Fellow at the Developmental Psychology, University of Hamburg 2014 Dr. phil. (equivalent: PhD) in Psychology Since 2014 Research Fellow and Lecturer at the University of Hamburg, Institute of Psychology 2016 Starting advanced training in psychotherapy

Sören Fiedler
s-fiedler@gmx.de
William-Stern-Gesellschaft für Begabungsforschung und Begabtenförderung e.V.
Germany

2007 Diplom in Psychology (equivalent: Master of Science) 2009 Member of the William-Stern-Gesellschaft für Begabungsforschung und Begabtenförderung e.V. Since 2016 Research Fellow and Lecturer at the Helmut-Schmidt-University, Hamburg 2013 Starting advanced training in psychotherapy

Mara Suhren-Geipel
mara.suhren@gmail.com
William-Stern-Gesellschaft für Begabungsforschung und Begabtenförderung e.V.
Germany

wardrobe mistress, Member of the William-Stern-Gesellschaft für Begabungsforschung und Begabtenförderung e.V., 2011 Diplom in Psychology (equivalent: Master of Science)

Mieke Johannsen
mieke.johannsen@web.de
Universität Hamburg
Germany

B.Sc. student of Psychology, University of Hamburg, research assistant

Marguerite Peritz
marguerite82@gmx.de
Universität Hamburg
Germany

bank clerk, B.Sc. Psychology, M.Sc. student of Psychology, University of Hamburg, research assistant

Mara Ohligschläger
maraohligschlaeger@gmail.com
Universität Hamburg
Germany

B.Sc. Psychology, M.Sc. student of Psychology, University of Hamburg, research assistant

 

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