The aim of this study was to investigate the trends of articles regarding gifted/ADHD studies focusing on both bibliometric and content analysis. For this purpose, the PRISMA protocol was followed, and 42 articles were found for bibliometric analysis and 28 articles for content analysis based on WoS and Scopus databases. Rstudio tool was used for image/table creation and data analysis. The results of bibliometric analysis showed that the most cited journals are Gifted Child Quarterly and Rooper Review. The most productive authors were Anne N. Rinn and Kevin M. Antshel. The most relevant keywords were gifted, ADHD, and twice exceptional. The most productive country was the USA. There was no strong collaboration between countries. The findings of content analysis showed that the research aims could be classified into five categories: identification, behavioural, cognitive, academic and social-emotional, characteristics of gifted/ADHD students. The most preferred research aims were identification and behavioural, and cognitive characteristics of these students. The most used research method is quantitative approaches. The most preferred sample groups are primary and middle school students. The least ones are university students, teachers, parents, and adults.
Bibliometric analysis, Content analysis, Gifted, ADHD