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Dabrowski_1976.pdf

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how well do we understand dabrowski's theory.pdf
In this talk I wish to address four issues that have concerned me for a long time. What is Dabrowski's theory about? Is primary integration a personality structure? How well do we respect the emotional growth in Level II? Who can tell us about Level…

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Piechowski to Tillier 2009.pdf

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Piechowski 1991.pdf
This chapter addresses the characteristics of emotional development of gifted children and also gifted adults. Emotional development does not stop in adulthood; on the contrary, it can be all the more intense. It might be helpful, therefore, for the…

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Piechowski2013.pdf

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Emotional and spiritual giftedness.pdf

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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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Gage, Morse, Piechowski measuring levels of emotional development.pdf
According to the theory of positive disintegration there are distinct levels of emotional and personality development that are not tied to specific chronological ages. The present study sought (a) to develop a set of methods for assessing a person's…

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BattagliaMendaglioPiechowski2014.pdf

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Childhood experiences and spiritual giftedness.pdf
One hundred years ago, William James' study of religious experience was based on reports of spiritually gifted adults. Modern investigators found that when adults were asked about a spiritual experience of lasting significance in their lives, many…

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