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What did scientists discover after 45 years of "genius boy"? Sohu – the world of research aspect of education and training young talents in different ways, in which the United States John · Hopki University’s mathematics ability of a precocious teenage project "is by far the longest duration of longitudinal study. It was founded in 1971, directly changing the way the American education system identifies and supports highly gifted children. After 45 years of continuous research, scientists have come up with several important conclusions. Press: This article is reproduced in the public license number Nature natural research". The | Tom Clynes editor | translation Springer Nature SH | Wen Chen 1968 Summer day, Julian professor Stanley met a gifted but bored 12 year old boy named Joseph Bates. The boy from Baltimore was ahead of his classmates in mathematics, so his parents arranged for him to take a course in computer science at · John, Stanley, in Hopki. However, even the university computer courses can not meet the Bates. He is far more than the adult students in the class, by teaching graduate Fortran programming language to pass the time. His computer teacher didn’t know what to do with him, and introduced him to Stanley, a researcher in the field of psychometrics. In order to further explore the boy genius, Stanley Bates to undergo a series of tests, including SAT test — this is generally 16 to 18 years old American high school students apply for college will attend. Bates scores are much higher than John · admission line at the University of Hopki. As a result, Stanley began looking for a local high school where Bates could take advanced math and science classes. He could not find such a school, they persuade John · a university admissions director Hopki, let the 13 year old Bates as an undergraduate admission. Stanley later affectionately referred to Bates as the number one student of his mathematical ability precocious youth project (Study of Mathematically Youth, SMPY) in". This project was founded in 1971, after the change in the American education system to identify and support highly gifted children’s way. Stanley and SMPY (in early 1980s) as part of a longitudinal study of gifted children, SMPY is the oldest of its kind in the past. It traces the development of occupation more than 5000 intelligence gifted children and achievements in the years, many of them become high achieving scientists. From the data accumulated in this study, has produced more相关的主题文章: