Using Life-Story Research in Gifted Education


In this article I discuss a promising approach to the problem of gifted underachievement, the research tradition of life story, and I examine the nature of constructed narratives and explain the narrative methods used to conduct this study. I include portions of one constructed narrative to illustrate the narrative product of life story research.

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