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A Szülői Bevonódás a Sportban Kérdőív hazai adaptációja

Hungarian adaptation of Parental Involvement in Sport Questionnaire

Mentálhigiéné és Pszichoszomatika
Authors:
Krisztina Kovács
,
Rita F. Földi
,
Máté Smohai
,
Gábor Géczi
, and
Noémi Gyömbér

.K. ( 2010 ). Holistic approach to athletic talent development environments: A successful sailing milieu . Psychology of Sport and Exercise , 11 ( 3 ), 212 - 222 . Holt , N. , Tamminen , K. , Black , D. , Mandigo , J. , & Fox , K. ( 2009

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relationships to sportpedagogy. Finally, we examined whether any of the sport academies provide opportunities for disadvantaged children. The theoretical background draws upon history and concepts related to Hungarian sport schools and talent development

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. , Ismail I. A. ( 2015 ), Effects of coaching supervision, mentoring supervision and abusive supervision on talent development among trainee doctors in public hospitals: moderating role of clinical learning environment . BMC Medical Education , 15 , 129

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A hazai tehetséggondozás programjai, változások az elmúlt három évtizedben

The Programs of Hungarian Gifted Education, The Changes of the Last Thirty Years

Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle
Author:
László Balogh

Programiroda . Balogh , L . ( 2011a ). Theory and Practice in One Conception . In Talent Development and Excellence , 3.1 . 29 – 30 . Balogh , L . ( 2011b ). Research Results and Decision Making . In Conference Summary – Hungarian EU Presidential

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not only feel as an athlete, but as a human being.” In the field of talent development, in many cases professional literature is dealing with the microenvironment (e.g. parents, companions, and coaches) when analysing the factors affecting the athletes

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support in this process. The external person usually had some kind of talent-development activity to reinforce their confidence (self-reinforcing mechanism) through direct feedback of his or her personal value (talent), direct and immediate success in an

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, scientific publication, merit scholarship, educational grants, intermediate-level complex language exam, advanced-level complex language exam, own creation (e.g., program, application, invention, and artistic work), award of a talent development program of a

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Tehetség a munkahelyen 1. A tehetség elméleti megközelítése munkahelyi kontextusban

Talent at Work 1. A Theoretical Approach to Talent in a Workplace Context

Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle
Authors:
Dóra Klajkó
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Bonnie Bakurecz
,
Gyöngyvér Csapó
,
Nikoletta Fejes
,
Szilvia Kázmér-Mayer
, and
Andrea Czibor

. Boston : Harvard Business School Press . Pruis , E . ( 2011 ). The five key principles for talent development . Industrial and Commercial Training , 43 ( 4 ), 206 – 216 . 10.1108/00197851111137825 Scullion , H ., Collings , D. G ., & Caligiuri

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sufficient for the student to get hold of adequate knowledge; moreover, if the lecturer performs talent development activities, then this all could lead the student to scientific successes, publications, or even work opportunities ( Pusztai, 2018 ). However

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A tehetség változó koncepciói

Changing Concepts Of Giftedness

Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle
Authors:
Rebeka Jávor
,
György Révész
,
László Séra
, and
János Szabó

-worth protection, and growth orientation . In Smith , S . (Ed.), Handbook of Giftedness and Talent Development in the Asia-Pacific . New York, NY : Springer . Carson , S. H . ( 2011 ). Creativity and psychopathology: A Shared Vulnerability Model . Canadian

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