Based on technological advances and the proliferation of social networks, our century is characterized by the transition from the information to the knowledge society where most people “want” more than they really need. A society that requires an inclusive education that respect all human beings’ right to it. Among them, the Gifted and talented individuals. The purpose of this text is to examine the influence of happiness in the transition from gifts to talents. The methodology is supported by bibliographical research that includes books and periodicals that deal with current studies on Happiness and Talent. As a result, happiness facilitates the developmental process of gifted and talented children as it has a positive influence either on health and the possibility to reach flow experiences.
PhD student in Psychology from the Federal University of Juiz de Fora. Master in Border Studies PPGEF-UNIFAP, graduated in Psychology and Administration.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Talent Development, Talent, happiness, giftedness
PSYCHOLOGY & PSYCHIATRY / General