10 Oct

Intellectually precocious children who had skipped one or more grades were thought to suffer social and emotional harm as adults. However a longitudinal study lasting over 35 years and one over 25 years actually showed that adults who had skipped were even better adjusted than their age-matched peers. (In brief. Skipping grades doesn’t stunt social growth. Monitor on Psychology, 2020, 51(8), p. 12)

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