Dr. Kuo is Professor of the Department of Special Education at National Taiwan Normal University. She has been involved in gifted and talented education for over 35 years. Her areas of research and publication include classroom teaching, cognitive development of children with special needs, assessment and identification of gifted students, counseling for gifted females, preschool gifted education, and the brain and learning. Most recently the focus of her research has been on neuropsychological and imaging studies of gifted students, policy development in gifted educaton, and nurturing the talents of students with ASD. Several featured papers include followings: Identifying young gifted children and cultivating problem solving abilities and multiple intelligences; Cultivating problem solving abilities in gifted preschoolers; Overexcitabilities: Empirical studies and application; The divergent problem solving abilities of mathematically and scientifically talented students.