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Conflicts between high level academic success and creativity
Freeman, J (2016). ‘Conflicts between high level academic success and creativity’ (KYLTUROWE I SPOŁECZNE: KONTEKSTY WYCHOWANIA), Psychchologia Wychowawcza, Vol 51, No 9. pp 45-60. (Summary in Polish).
Possible effects of electronic social media on gifted and talented children’s intelligence and emotional development
Freeman, J. (2016) 'Possible effects of the electronic social media on gifted and talented children's intelligence and emotional development', Gifted and Talented International, Vol 32 (2) 165-172.
Gender difference in gifted children
Ref: Freeman, J. & Garces-Bascal, R.M. (2015), 'Gender differences in gifted children', in M. Neihart, S.I. Pfeiffer & T.L. Cross (Eds.) The Social and Emotional Development of Gifted Children: What do we know?, Waco, Texas: Prufrock Press Inc.
Cultural Variations in Ideas of Gifts and Talents With Special Regard to the Eastern and Western Worlds
Ref: Freeman, J. (2015), ‘Cultural Variations in Ideas of Gifts and Talents With Special Regard to the Eastern and Western Worlds’, in Dai, D.Y. & Ching, C.K. (Eds.) Gifted Education in Asia. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
The long-term effects of families and educational provision on gifted children
Freeman, J. (2013) ‘The long-term effects of families and educational provision on gifted children’, Educational and Child Psychology, 30 (2), 7-17.
A Quality of Giftedness
Freeman, J. (2012) ‘A Quality of Giftedness’, Gifted and Talented International, 27, 2,13-71.
(Invited target paper for discussion)
World-wide Provision to Develop Gifts and Talents
An International Survey
Freeman, J, Raffan, J. & Warwick, I. (2010)
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Psychology for the sake of the environment
Freeman, J. (2011), in Mendonca, A., Cunha, A, & Chakrabarti, R. (Eds.) Dordrecht: Springer.
Very Young And Gifted
Freeman, J. (2009), Young Gifted & Talented web-site CfBT Education Trust.
The Emotional development of the gifted and talented
Freeman, J. (2008). Conference proceedings. Gifted and Talented Provision.
London: Optimus Educational
Literacy, Flexible Thinking and Underachievement
Freeman, J. (2008). in D. Montgomery (Ed.) Gifted, Talented
and Able Underachievers. Chichester: Wiley
Morality and giftedness
Freeman, J. (2008). (141-148), in T.Balchin, B. Hymer, & Mathews,
D. (Eds.) The Routledge International Companion to Gifted Education.
London and New York: Routledge
Permission to be gifted: How conceptions of giftedness can change lives
Freeman, J. (2005), in R. Sternberg & J. Davidson, Conceptions of Giftedness, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (pp 80-97)
Counselling the Gifted and Talented
Freeman, J. (2005), Gifted Education International, 19, 245-252.
Teaching the Gifted and Talented'
Freeman, J. (2004), Education Today, 54, 17-21.
Giftedness and Mild Neurological Disorders
Freeman, J. (2004), ECHA News, 18, 6-8.
Scientific thinking in gifted children
Freeman, J. (2003) in P. Csermely & L. Lederman (Eds.) Science Education: Talent Recruitment and Public Understanding’ IOS Press with NATO Scientific Affairs Division: Amsterdam (www.chaperone.sote.hu) (pp.17-30)
Gender Differences in Gifted Achievement In Britain and the USA
Freeman, J. (2003), Gifted Child Quarterly, 47, 202-211.
Out-of-school Educational Provision for the Gifted and Talented Around the World
Freeman, J. (2002) A report to the DfES
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Mentoring gifted pupils, An International View
Freeman, J. (2001) ‘Mentoring gifted pupils’, Educating Able Children, 5, 6-12
Families, the essential context for gifts and talents
Freeman, J. (2000) (pp. 573-585) in K.A. Heller, F.J. Monks, R. Sternberg & R. Subotnik, International Handbook of Research and Development of Giftedness and Talent. Oxford: Pergamon Press
Giftedness, responsibility and schools
Freeman, J. (2000) Gifted Education International, 15, 13-22
Educating the Very Able:Current International Research
Freeman, J. (1998) The Stationery Office, London
Inborn Talent Exists
Freeman, J. (1998) Behavioral and Brain Sciences, New York: 21:3, p.415
Self reports in research on high ability
Freeman, J. (1996)High Ability Studies, 7, 191-201
Where talent begins
Freeman, J. (1995). in J. Freeman, P. Span, & H. Wagner (Eds.)
Actualising Talent: a Lifelong Challenge. London: Cassell
When earning interferes with learning
Freeman, J. (1993). in Wallace, B. & Adams, H.B. (Eds.) Worldwide
Perspectives on the Gifted Disadvantaged. Bicester, Oxon: AB Academic Publishers