Living with intensity : emotional development of gifted children, adolescents, and adults / Susan Daniels and Michael Piechowski, editors Daniels, Susan

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Daniels, Susan
Subjects
Gifted persons.; Gifted persons - Psychology.; Emotions.
Contents
  • Machine derived contents note: Table of Contents
  • Foreword - Sal Mendaglio
  • Part One: Kazimierz Dabrowski, Overexcitability, Giftedness, and Developmental
  • Potential
  • Chapter 1. Embracing Intensity: Overexcitability, Sensitivity, and the Developmental
  • Potential of the Gifted - Daniels and Piechowski
  • Chapter 2. Dabrowski's Levels and the Process of Development - Daniels and Piechowski
  • Part Two: Understanding Intensity: Practical Applications for Parents, Teachers, and
  • Counselors
  • Chapter 3. Nurturing the Sensitivity, Intensity, and Developmental Potential of Young
  • Gifted Children - Daniels and Meckstroth
  • Chapter 4. Inner Awakening, Outward Journey: The Intense Gifted Child and Adolescence -
  • Jackson and Moyle
  • Chapter 5. The Emperor Has No Clothes: Exquisite Perception, Stress, and the Gifted Child
  • -Roeper
  • Chapter 6. Dabrowski's Theory: Possibilities and Implications of Misdiagnosis, Missed
  • Diagnosis, and Dual Diagnosis in Gifted Individuals -Amend
  • Chapter 7. Integrating the Intense Experience: Counseling and Clinical Applications -
  • Chapter 8. Overexcitability, Giftedness, and Family Dynamics - Daniels
  • Chapter 9. Petunias, Perfectionism, and Level of Development - Silverman
  • Part Three: Still Gifted After All These Years-Lifespan Intensity and Gifted Adults
  • Chapter 10. Advantages and Challenges of Lifespan Intensity - Fiedler
  • Chapter 11. Annemarie Roeper: Nearly a Century with Giftedness - Kane
  • Chapter 12. Living One's Spirit Song - Gatto-Walden
  • Chapter 13. What We May Be: What Dabrowski's Work Can Do for Gifted Adults -Tolan
  • Part Four: Current Research and Future Directions
  • Chapter 14. Building Firm Foundations: Research and Assessments - Falk and Miller
  • Chapter 15. Under Construction: Continued Applications of Dabrowski's Theory of
  • Positive Disintegration with the Gifted - Daniels
  • Appendix A. Overexcitability Questionnaire - (OEQ)
  • About the Authors
  • Index
  • List of Tables
  • Table 1.1 Forms and Expressions of Overexcitability
  • Table 2.2. Levels of Development and Developmental Processes
  • Table 6.1: How Do I Know if My Child Needs to See a Psychologist or Therapist?
  • Table 6.2: How Do I Find an Appropriate Practitioner?
  • Table 11.1 The Chameleon
  • Table 11.2 Survival of Spirit
  • Table 14.1 Positive Disintegration: Levels of Development, adapted by Stephanie Tolan
  • Table 15.1 Miller Assessment Coding System
  • Table 15.2 Levels of Development in 10 DRI Studies (N=360)
  • Table 15.3 Rank Order of Overexcitabilities in 19 OEQ Studies (N=1,051)
  • Table 15.4 Means of Overexcitabilities in 9 OEQ-II Studies (N=5,497)
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