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MillerSilvermanFalk1994.pdf

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SilvermanMiller2009.pdf

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Silverman2016.pdf
The ability to feel others’ feelings, openness to others’ pain, deep concern for others—these empathic characteristics—are observable in children and form the basis of altruism. At lower levels of development,
there is no capacity for empathy, only…

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Silverman2009.pdf
Dabrowski’s theory spoke to me at a very deep level of my being. It has been my guide to self-examination, allowing me to appreciate my intensity and to see the challenges in my life as opportunities for personal growth. For the last three decades, I…

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Silverman1999.pdf
Perfectionism is the least appreciated facet of giftedness. It is usually perceived as a sign of emotional disturbance that needs to be cured. Yet it is an inevitable part of the experience of being gifted for several reasons; (1) it is an abstract…

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Silverman1998.pdf

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Silverman1997.pdf

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1977_Theory_of_Levels_Vol_2.pdf

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1977_Theory_of_Levels_Vol 1.pdf

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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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