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PiechowskiChucker2011.pdf
As an innate tendency to act and react with heightened intensity, overexcitability presents a higher level of energy. It finds expression in five modes: psychomotor, sensual, imaginal, intellectual, and emotional. Examples from artists and scientists…

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JAK PTAK WYSOKIM LOTEM.pdf
Kazimierz Dąbrowski, autor teorii rozwoju osobowości przez dezintegrację pozytywną, opisał pięć form intensywnego przeżywania (nadpobudliwość): psychomotoryczną, sensoryczną, wyobrażeniową, intelektualną i emocjonalną. Charakteryzują one, w różnym…

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overexcitabilities.pdf
OVEREXCITABILITY (OE) is a translation of the Polish term nadpobudliwość which means the capacity to be superstimulated. The term overexcitability, rather than just excitability, was chosen to convey the idea that the stimulation is well beyond the…

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PiechowskiCunningham1985.pdf

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PiechowskiSilvermanFalk1985.pdf
Two talented groups (artists and intellectually gifted) and one comparison group (graduate students from various disciplines) were examined on five dimensions of mental functioning: psychomotor, sensual, intellectual, imaginational, and emotional.…

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RobertPiechowski1980.pdf

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Piechowski2009d.pdf
William James (1902) made the connection between intensity of character (ardor) and moral action more than a 100 years ago. In the 1960s and 1970s, when cognitive psychology supplanted behaviorism, moral development was seen as development of moral…

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Piechowski1979a.pdf
Today's concept of giftedness has been broadened to include considerably more than academic capability as measured by I.Q. tests, yet, the call for broader conceptualization has essentially resulted in further test orientation. There is a need for a…

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