Parents were considered as crucial to the promotion of giftedness, because of the family's mediating role. The relations between children's cognitive development and social adjustment were supposed in the prediction of the development of high-level abilities in gifted children, as well as parent-child interaction. Forty four gifted children and 42 ordinary children were responded to K-ABC and social competence tests. Results were found that gifted children who scored high in cognitive abilites were less likely social adjustment. The mothers of gilfted children more often stimulated and broadened their children's experiences. Responsive parenting seems to have a more profound effect on potential high achievers than of average ability.
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