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Piirto2010.pdf
This autoethnography gives a personal and cultural account of my work with the Dabrowski theory. I have administered the Overexcitability Questionnaire (OEQ) and the Overexcitability Questionnaire II (OEQ-II) to 16 cohorts of talented high school…

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Gallagher1986.pdf
This was an investigation of 12 gifted and 12 randomly selected sixth-grade students to determine the relationship between levels of overexcitability and scores on the Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking and the California Achievement Test. Responses…

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PiirtoFraas2012.pdf

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PiechowskiMiller1995.pdf

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Yakmaci-GuzelAkarsu2006.pdf
The study compares overexcitability scores of Turkish 10th graders who are grouped in terms of their intellectual abilities, motivation, creativity and leadership as well as gender. 711 students who were administered Raven Advanced Progressive…

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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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Schiever1985.pdf

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FalkManzaneroMiller1997.pdf
By comparing the overexcitability scores of 27 Venezuelan and 23 American artists, support was found for the hypothesis that creative individuals show a high degree of animistic, intuitive, and emotional thinking. Overexcitability refers to…

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PiechowskiColangelo1984.pdf

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