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What did Terman's groundbreaking study of gifted children accomplish?

a) It put to rest the myths that existed about genius in the early part of the twentieth century.
b) It proved that gifted children and adults are more prone to mental illnesses or odd behavior than other groups.
c) It demonstrated that they also have more than their share of failures.
d) It demonstrated genius is the only factor that influences real success in life.

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