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    Achievement in different domains, such as academics, music, or visual arts, plays a central role in all modern societies. Different psychological models aim to describe and explain achievement and its development in different domains. However, there remains a need for a framework that guides empirical research within and across different domains. With the talent-development-in-achievement-domains (TAD) framework, we provide a general talent-development framework applicable to a wide range of achievement domains. The overarching aim of this framework is to support empirical research by focusing on measurable psychological constructs and their meaning at different levels of talent development. Furthermore, the TAD framework can be used for constructing domain-specific talent-development models. With examples for the application of the TAD framework to the domains of mathematics, music, and visual arts, the review provided supports the suitability of the TAD framework for domain-specific model construction and indicates numerous research gaps and open questions that should be addressed in future research.

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    Franzis Preckel, Jessika Golle, Roland Grabner, Linda Jarvin, Aaron Kozbelt, Daniel M├╝llensiefen, Paula Olszewski-Kubilius, Wolfgang Schneider, Rena Subotnik, Miriam Vock, Frank C Worrell. Talent Development in Achievement Domains: A Psychological Framework for Within- and Cross-Domain Research. Perspectives on psychological science : a journal of the Association for Psychological Science. 2020 May;15(3):691-722

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    PMID: 32196409

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