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3.7.8 Bullying among gifted students

The purpose of this study is to examine traditional and cyberbullying among 177 Turkish gifted students attending science and art centres. Additionally, Information Communication Technology (ICT) usage of gifted students. The revised Olweus Bully/Victim Questionnaire was used to measure bullying and victimisation experiences of the gifted students. The revised Cyber Bullying Inventory II was utilised to measure cyber bullying and victimisation experiences of the gifted students.

Author(s):

Halil Aslan
e150673@metu.edu.tr
Science and Art Center
Turkey

I was born in Adana, Turkey. I graduated from department of counseling at Aegean University with second rank (2005) as BA. I graduated from Middle East Technical University, which is one the best university in Turkey, at department of educational science as MA (2016). I am my PHD students at METU right now. My research interest are counseling with gifted students and their families, counseling issues of gifted students, bullying among gifted students.

Ozgur Erdur-Baker*

MİDDLE EAST TECHNİCAL UNİVERSITY
Turkey

she was professor at department of educational science at middle east technical university. her PHD work has been carried out at University of Texas Austin, Counseling Psychology, 2002. her research interests are Outcome and process research in counseling, gender and culture sensitive counseling, peer bullying (traditional and cyber bullying), trauma, grief and disaster psychology.

 

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