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Were You Part Of The "Mentally Gifted Minds" Program In California Scools back in the 70's?
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[quote:Lil Miss Trouble:MV85NjMyNjNfMTUwMjIwNjBfQzlCM0Q5MUM=] [quote:Anonymous Coward 761652] Southern California late 60's. I vaguely remember the testing. I was taken out of the program when we moved. We were seen as different by the other kids.It seems to me (if memory serves) [b]there were times they have about 25 of us kids and they had us lay down in a dark room and make us do visualization or something[/b]. Any one else remember any thing like this? omg, yeah! we did this too a couple of times, lol. i forgot about that. weird. :afro: [/quote] We had to put our heads on the desks with the lights out and do that. There was also another thing a health and growth study. We had to wear a device that tracked our movement and write down everything we ate for a week. They also took blood and had us fill out huge questionnaires this was only done to the girls and was done for two years 4th and 5th grade. Anybody else? [/quote]
Were you ever removed, many times, from your regular class for "testing"?
Were you shown a series of high speed images on a television, not once, but many times?
Was the school psychologist selectively interested in you?
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