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Ackerman, C. M. (1993). Investigating an alternate method of identifying gifted students. Unpublished master's thesis, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. 

Ackerman, C. M. (1997). Identifying gifted adolescents using personality characteristics: Dąbrowski's overexcitabilities. Roeper Review, 19(4), 229-236. "This exploratory study of 79 high school students examined overexcitability assessment as a potential method for identifying giftedness. Overexcitability (an intensified way of experiencing the world) can occur in five areas: psychomotor, sensual, imaginational, intellectual, and emotional. The measure of overexcitability differentiated gifted and nongifted students, although 35 percent of nonidentified subjects had similar profiles to gifted subjects, suggesting potential giftedness."  

Ackerman, C. M. (1998a). A secondary analysis of research using the Overexcitability Questionnaire. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Texas A& M University, College Station, Texas. [Dissertation Abstract] Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences. Vol 58(7-A), Jan 1998, pp. 2526. 

Ackerman, C. M. (1998b). Exploring a shortened version of the OEQ. In C. M. Ackerman (Ed.), Texturizing and Contextualizing: Proceedings from the 3rd International Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory (pp. 94-100). Unpublished Manuscript. (The Third Biennial Conference on Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. July 10-12, 1998. Location: Kendall College, Evanston IL.). 

Ackerman. C. M. (Ed.). (1998c). Texturizing and Contextualizing: Proceedings from the 3rd International Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory. Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Third Biennial Conference on Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. July 10-12, 1998, Kendall College, Evanston IL.). 

Ackerman, C. M. (2009). The essential elements of Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration and how they are connected. Roeper Review, 31(2), 81-95. doi: 10.1080/02783190902737657 The purpose of this article is to present Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration (TPD; Dąbrowski, 1964) in a thorough and accessible manner so that those in the gifted community can better understand it and its usefulness to the field of gifted studies. The article goes beyond what has typically been presented in recent research literature on the theory and discusses the major theoretical elements and how they are interconnected, to give a taste of the theory's complexity. In the article, levels of development, developmental dynamisms, overexcitabilities, and other foundational aspects of the theory are described. In addition, the author provides examples of how TPD has already been used with gifted populations and challenges the reader to look at the interdisciplinary applications that exist beyond the boundaries of gifted studies. 

Ackerman, C. M., & Moyle, V. F. (Eds.). (2009). Introduction [Special issue]. Roeper Review, 31(2), 79-80. doi: 10.1080/02783190902737640 

Ackerman, C. M. & Moyle, V. F. (Eds.). (2009). Introduction, [Special issue]. Roeper Review, 31(3), 140. doi: 10.1080/02783190902993565 

Adler, P. S. (1975). The transitional experience: An alternative view of culture shock. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 15(4), 13-23.  

Advanced Development. Vol. 1, 1989-  A journal that occasionally publishes Dąbrowski-oriented articles.

Alias, A., Rahman, S., Majid, R. A., & Yassin, S. F. M. (2013). Dąbrowski's overexcitabilities profile among gifted students. Asian Social Science, 9, 120-126. doi:10.5539/ass.v9n16p120 

Allison, J. (1968). Adaptive regression and intense religious experiences. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 145,(6) 452-463.  

Almutairi, Thamer. (2008). The relationship among patterns of overexcitabilities (based on Dabrawski's theory), intelligence, academic achievement and the effectiveness of overexcitabilities in the identification of gifted students at the intermediate stage in the State of Kuwait. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Amman Arab University for Graduate Studies, Jordan. 

Al-Onizat, S. H. (2013). The psychometric properties of a Jordanian version of overexcitability questionnaire-two, OEQII. Creative Education, 4, 49–61. doi:10.4236/ce.2013.41008 

Altman, R. (1983). Social-emotional development of gifted children and adolescents: A research model. Roeper Review, 6(2), 65-68. 

Alvarado, N. (1989). Adjustment of gifted adults. Advanced Development, 1, 77-86.  

Alvarez-Calderon Fernandini, L. M. (1970, August 26-30a). The criteria of differentiation between the levels of the different groups of dynamisms of the inner psychic milieu. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec. 11 pages. EDI: #62 J): Appendix B - 4. 

Alvarez-Calderon Fernandini, L. M. (1970, August 26-30b). Development through positive disintegration introduction to the Theory of Positive Disintegration. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec.  16 pages.  

Alvarez-Calderon Fernandini, L. M. (1970, August 26-30c). Points saillants des conferences: main lines of the conference. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec.  5 pages.  

Alvarez-Calderon Fernandini, L. M. (1970, August 26-30d). Some remarks on the scope of the Theory of Positive Disintegration. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec.  8 pages. 

Alvarez-Calderon Fernandini, L. M. (1981). Conflicts, anxiety and anguish as signs of developmental potential: a phenomenological study of the contributions of the theory of positive disintegration to the comprehension of psychoneuroses. In N. Duda (Ed.), Theory of Positive Disintegration: Proceedings of the third international conference (pp. 215-240). Miami, FL: Xerox. 

Alvarez-Calderon Fernandini, L. M. (2010). Man as a value - from consciousness to morality. (A. Danko, Trans.). Heksis, 1, Unpaginated. Retrieved from http://www.heksis.com/ HEKSIS

Ambrose, D. (2009). From the editor's desk. Roeper Review, 31(2), 71-71. doi: 10.1080/02783190902737616 

Ambrose, D., & Cross, T. (Eds.) (2009). Morality, ethics, and gifted minds. New York: Springer Science+Business Media. doi: 10.1007/978-0-387-89368-6 

Amend, D. (1983). General topic: Professor K. Dąbrowski and Authentic Human Development.  Contributed by Dr. Amend. A 3 page overview prepared for the 1983 film series on Dąbrowski.  

Amend, D. (2004). Developmental potential from an experiential point of view [No Paper was supplied by the speaker.] In W. Tillier (Ed.), Developmental Potential - From Theory to Practice: Educational and Therapeutic perspectives (p. 227). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Sixth International Congress of the Institute For Positive Disintegration in Human Development June 24-26, 2004 Calgary, Alberta, Canada.) 

Amend, D. (2006). An introduction to Michael Piechowski's new book, a review of the congress and a discussion of future directions. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Positive Maladjustment: Theoretical, Educational and Therapeutic Perspectives. Proceedings from the Seventh International Congress of the Institute for Positive Disintegration in Human Development (pp. 160-160). Unpublished Manuscript. (August 3-5, 2006 Calgary, Alberta). 

Amend, D. (2008). Creativity in Dąbrowski and the Theory of Positive Disintegration. In S. Mendaglio (Ed.). Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration (pp. 126-137). Scottsdale AZ: Great Potential Press, Inc.  

Ames, L. B. (1979). Disintegration of behaviour not always negative [Review of the book Multilevelness of instinctive and emotional functions, Volume 1 by K. Dąbrowski, Volume 2 by K. Dąbrowski and M. Piechowski]. ). Journal of Personality Assessment, 43(6), 652-653.  

Ammirato, S. (1987). Comparison study of instruments used to measure developmental potential according to Dąbrowski's theory of emotional development. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Denver, Denver, CO. SIL/86  

Anderson, A. L. (2002). An exploration of the relationship of openness, emotional intelligence, and spirituality to universal-diverse orientation. [Dissertation Abstract] Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering. Vol 62(12-B), Jun 2002, pp. 5992. 

Anderson, W. (1983). The Upstart Spring. Reading MA: Addison Wesley Pub. Co..  Contains a reference (p. 216), to a meeting at Esalen, held in the summer of 1968, attended by Dąbrowski. The paper presented at Esalen by Dąbrowski is item #3 in the Edmonton Dąbrowski Index (Dąbrowski, 1968).  

Anonymous. (1966). [Review of the book Positive Disintegration, by K. Dąbrowski].Psychiatric Quarterly, 40(1), 174.  

Aron, E. N. (1998). The highly sensitive person. New York: Broadway Books. 

Aronson, J. (1964a). Introduction. In K. Dąbrowski Positive Disintegration. (pp. ix-xxvii). Contains biographical material on Dąbrowski.  

Aronson, J. (1964b). Where is science taking us? Saturday Review, 47, 82-84. Revision and expansion of the introduction Aronson wrote for Positive Disintegration. KEA TDB

Aronson, J. (1965). Communication in psychiatry. International Journal of Psychiatry, 1(1), 1-5.  Aronson was the founding editor of this journal. In his introductory remarks, contained in this article, he notes that on a trip to Warsaw he met Dąbrowski, along with several others who were familiar with science in the United States and the Soviet Union. The concept of the journal was to increase international communication in psychiatry.  

Aronson, J. (1966a). Discussion of K. Dąbrowski, The Theory of Positive Disintegration. International Journal of Psychiatry, 2, 244-247. 

Aronson, J. (1966b). Editors notes. International Journal of Psychiatry, 2(6), 597.  A reference to the Forth World Congress and to a publication of the abstracts thereof. The paper presented by Dąbrowski at the congress was Dąbrowski, (1966c).  

Aronson, J. (1966c). Introduction. International Journal of Psychiatry, 2, 165. 

Arvidson, R. M. (1970, August 26-30). Student receptivity to Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec. 5 pages. KEA 

Assouline, S. (2009). [Review of the book "Mellow Out", They Say. If I Only Could: Intensities and Sensitivities of the Young and Bright, by M. Piechowski.]. Roeper Review, 31(3), 196. doi: 10.1080/02783190902994233 

Axley, F. J. (1983a, April). A content analysis using Dąbrowskian theory. Paper presented at the Western Social Science Assoc., Albuquerque. NM. It is not clear if there were two papers presented at Albuquerque by Axley, or if this is an incorrect reference to Axley (1983b) below. NEL/B  

Axley, F. J. (1983b, April). Interviewing intellectually gifted children to determine overexcitabilities and emotional development. Paper presented at Western Social Science Association Silver Anniversary Meeting, Albuquerque, NM. SIL/86 

Axley, F. J. (1984a). Open-ended overexcitability questionnaire: Word count study. Unpublished manuscript. University of Denver, Denver, CO. SIL/86  

Axley, F. J. (1984b). The place of Dąbrowski in nurturing gifted children. Unpublished manuscript, Union for Experimenting Colleges and Universities, Cincinnati, OH. NEL/B  

Axley, F. J. (1985, March). Parenting the gifted. Oaks and Acorns: Newsletter of the Parent Education Resource Center. Metropolitan State College, Denver, CO. SIL/86  

Bailey, C. L. (2009). An examination of the relationships between ego development, Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration, and the behavioral characteristics of gifted adolescents (Doctoral dissertation, The College of William and Mary, 2009). 

Bailey, C. L. (2010). Overexcitabilities and sensitivities: Implications of Dąbrowski’s Theory of Positive Disintegration for counseling the gifted. Retrieved from http://counselingoutfitters.com/vistas/vistas10/Article_10.pdfTDB Presents Piechowski's level interpretation (level 1 = factor I, level 2 = factor II).

Bailey, C. L. (2011). An Examination of the Relationships Between Ego Development, Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration, and the Behavioral Characteristics of Gifted Adolescents. Gifted Child Quarterly 55, 208-222, doi:10.1177/0016986211412180 

Bain, E. (1974, March). A case study of the emotional development of C. G. Jung in terms of Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. Unpublished manuscript, University of Alberta, Department of Educational Psychology, Edmonton, AB. 46 pages. KEA 

Bain, E. (1975). A construct validity study of Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration and authentic education. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB.  154 pages.  

Bain, E. (2000). Career transition chaos: positive disintegration counseling and personal transformation. In N. Bouchet, & J. Toth (Eds.), The Labyrinth: Safe Journey and Homecoming (pp. 168-183). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Fourth Biennial Advanced Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory. July 6-9, 2000. Location: Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada.). 

Bain, S. K., Choate, S. M., & Bliss, S. L. (2006). Perceptions of developmental, social, and emotional issues in giftedness: Are they realistic? Roeper Review, 29, 41-48. doi:10.1080/02783190609554383 

Ban, T., & Lehmann, H. (1977). Myths, theories and treatment of schizophrenia. Diseases of the Nervous System, 38(9), 665-671.  

Bang, H. & Montgomery, D. (2010) Exploring Korean and American Teachers PreferredEmotional Types. Roeper Review, 32 (3), 176 - 188. doi: 10.1080/02783193.2010.485305 

Barnathan, M. (2007). Where Maslow Becomes Dąbrowski – The Emergence of the Fourth Factor. Unpublished Manuscript. Retrieved from http://michael.barnathan.name/ 

Barnham, R., & Brady, P. (Eds.). (n.d.) Personality, disintegration and education. Unpublished manuscript.  205 pages. Two chapters by Dąbrowski; Outline of the Theory of Positive Disintegration and Summary and Conclusions. Very poor reduced photocopy. 

Baska, L. (1984). (Overexcitabilities in elementary-aged students). Unpublished raw data. NEL/B  

Battaglia, M. (2000). Outline for a historical hermeneutic study of the life of Dąbrowski through the lens of the theory of positive disintegration. In N. Bouchet, & J. Toth (Eds.), The Labyrinth: Safe Journey and Homecoming (pp. 69-86). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Fourth Biennial Advanced Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory. July 6-9, 2000. Location: Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada.).  

Battaglia [Kaminski], M. M. (2002a). A hermeneutic historical study of Kazimierz Dąbrowski and his Theory of Positive Disintegration. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Falls Church, Virginia. Available: http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/theses/available/etd-04082002-204054/unrestricted/Dissertation.pdf There is some inconsistency in how she refers to herself as on the thesis authorship is given as "Kaminski Battaglia, M. M.".  

Battaglia, M. (2002b). The man behind the theory: A biography and findings. In N. Duda, (Ed.), Positive Disintegration: The Theory of the future. 100th Dąbrowski anniversary program on the man, the theory, the application and the future (pp. 3-12). Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Fidlar Doubleday. [The Proceedings from the Fifth International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, held in Ft. Lauderdale, FL., November 7 - 10, 2002.] 

Battaglia Kaminski, M. M. (2004). A journey through confessions of faith in thoughts and aphorisms by Kazimierz Dąbrowski. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Developmental Potential - From Theory to Practice: Educational and Therapeutic perspectives (pp. 100-105). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Sixth International Congress of the Institute For Positive Disintegration in Human Development June 24-26, 2004 Calgary, Alberta, Canada.) 

Battaglia, M. M. K., Mendaglio, S., & Piechowski. M. M. (2014). Kazimierz Dąbrowski A Life of Positive Maladjustment (1902-1980). In A. Robinson & J. L. Jolly, (Eds.), Century of Contributions to Gifted Education: Illuminating Lives (pp. 181-198). Florence, KY: Taylor and Francis. 

Baum, S. M., Olenchak, F. R., & Owen, S. V. (1998). Gifted students with attention deficits: Fact and/or fiction? Or, can we see the forest for the trees? Gifted Child Quarterly, 42(2), 96-104. 

Beach, B. J. (1980). Lesbian and non-lesbian women: Profiles of development and self actualization. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. 

Beach, B. J. (1981). Lesbian and non-lesbian women: Profiles of development and self-actualization. In N. Duda (Ed.), Theory of Positive Disintegration: Proceedings of the third international conference (pp. 85-115). Miami, FL: Xerox. 

Beach, L. A. (2005). Tall poppies: Personality characteristics of gifted high school students. Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities & Social Sciences. Vol 64(12-A), 2004, 4413. US: Univ Microfilms International. The purpose of this study was to examine the personality characteristics of gifted and talented high school students as measured by the Overexcitability Questionnaire (OEQ) to gain a better understanding of the manifestations associated with extreme scores, those at least three standard deviations from the mean of the group. Additional data were collected from the Myers-Briggs Type Indicatorreg;, the High School Personality Questionnaire, the Rokeach Value Survey, high school and college transcripts, and in-depth interviews with the participants and people of significance to them in order to present the five life-story case studies and cross-case analysis. The resulting description of a Tall Poppy is presented.  

Beghetto, R. A., & Plucker, J. (Fall, 1998). A case study in researching promising theories: Overexcitability and giftedness. Quest, 9(2), 10-11.  The newsletter of the Division of Research and Evaluation, National Association for Gifted Children. 

Bell, D. C., Montoya, I. D., Richard, A. J., & Dayton, C. A. (1998). The Motivation for Drug Abuse Treatment: Testing Cognitive and 12-Step Theories. American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 24(4), 551-571. Suggests hitting bottom is not unlike Dąbrowski's notion of "positive disintegration"  

Benislawska, A. (2010). Traits of saints' personalities. (B. Jablonski, Trans.) Heksis, 1, Unpaginated. Retrieved from http://www.heksis.com/ HEKSIS

Benge, B. & Montgomery, D. (1996). Understanding the Emotional Development of Twice Exceptional Rural Students. 

Berenbaum, H., & Williams M. (1995). Personality and emotional reactivity. Journal of Research in Personality, 29,(1), 24-34. 

Berndt, D. J., Kaiser, C. F., & van Aalst, F. (1982). Depression and self- actualization in gifted adolescents. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 38(1), 142-150. 

Betts, G. T. (1986). Development of the emotional and social needs of gifted individuals. Journal of Counseling and Development, 64(9), 587-589. 

Betts, G. T., & Neihart, M. (1988). Profiles of the gifted and talented. Gifted. Child Quarterly, 32(2), 248-253.  

Bireley, M., Languis, M., & Williamson, T. (1992). Physiological uniqueness: A new perspective on the learning disabled/gifted child. Roeper Review, 15, 101-107 doi:10.1080/02783199209553477 

Blackburn, C., & Erickson, D. B. (1986). Predictable crises of the gifted student. Journal of Counseling and Development, 64(9), 552-554. 

Borland, J. H. (1997). The construct of giftedness. Peabody Journal of Education, 72 (3&4), 6-20. 

Borofsky, G. L. (1980). Personality organization and psychological functioning of the Nuremberg war criminals. The Rorschach Data. (book #13011).  

Borofsky, G. L. (1981a). A brief overview of the Theory of Positive Disintegration. In N. Duda (Ed.), Theory of Positive Disintegration: Proceedings of the third international conference (pp. 1-17). Miami, FL: Xerox. 

Borofsky, G. L. (1981b). Physiological aspects of psychic overexcitability and their relationship to emotional development. In N. Duda (Ed.), Theory of Positive Disintegration: Proceedings of the third international conference (pp. 19-42). Miami, FL: Xerox. TDB

Borofsky, G. L. (1981c). Traditional and developmental concepts of mental health in psychology and psychiatry with particular relevance to the concept of psychic overexcitability and the concept of positive disintegration. In N. Duda (Ed.), Theory of Positive Disintegration: Proceedings of the third international conference (pp. 195-214). Miami, FL: Xerox. 

Bouchard, L. (2001). An instrument for the measure of Dąbrowskian overexcitabilities to identify gifted elementary students (Kazimierz Dąbrowski). [Dissertation Abstract] Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences. Vol 61(7-A), Jan 2001, pp. 2674. 

Bouchard, L. (2004). An Instrument for the Measure of Dąbrowskian Overexcitabilities to Identity Gifted Elementary Students. Gifted Child Quarterly, 48(4), 339-351. doi: 10.1177/001698620404800407
 

Bouchet, N. M. (1998a). Second factor influences. In C. M. Ackerman (Ed.), Texturizing and Contextualizing: Proceedings from the 3rd International Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory (pp. 108-93). Unpublished Manuscript. (The Third Biennial Conference on Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. July 10-12, 1998. Location: Kendall College, Evanston IL.). 

Bouchet, N. M. (1998b). Social structure and personality: Explicating the second factor from Dąbrowski's theory of emotional development. Unpublished master's thesis, The University of Akron, Akron, OH.  

Bouchet, N. M. (2005). To give or to take? Assessing five levels of moral emotional development. Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities & Social Sciences. Vol 65(7-A), 2005, 2782. US: Univ Microfilms International.
What happens throughout life to make some people selfish and individualistic and others giving and caring? For example, how can some people do things like take advantage of the poor or elderly but not feel guilty about it, while others would never consider such behavior? Why do some people feel they have to pick on others to make themselves feel superior while others do not? Is it due to differences in education, family influences, gender, self-efficacy, feelings of moral outrage, encounters with crisis or other social forces? In addition, where do people fall in the continuum of emotional morality? Using a computer-aided qualitative data analysis program, C-I-SAID, this dissertation ranks the text of 95 respondents into five levels of emotional development as described by Dąbrowski (1967; 1972) and Dąbrowski, Kawczak, and Piechowski (1970). Few people exhibit the higher levels of moral emotions, levels four and five. Eighty percent of the population will never reach the higher levels of development that foster the personality ideal that moral exemplars such as Mother Teresa, Mahatma Gandhi, Eleanor Roosevelt and Martin Luther King Jr. exhibit (Dąbrowski 1967). Their emotional depth, compassion, intensity, and devotion attest to the fact that they are excellent examples of emotionally gifted beings (Piechowski 1997). At the lower end of the spectrum, examples of level one personalities include people who display the most selfish and self-serving behaviors such as the crude cases of Scott Peterson and Ray Caruth who have been accused of killing the pregnant mothers of their children for selfish gains. In assessing the development of moral emotions in a sample of 95 respondents, the majority of respondents rank at level two. No respondents rank at level five, and only two respondents rank at level four. Eight variables, emotional, imaginational, and intellectual overexcitability, chaos, moral imperatives, positive states, sadness and aspirations are positively and significantly correlated with the C-I-SAID level of development of moral emotions. Sensual and psychomotor overexcitability, family influences, education, gender, and age are not correlated with level of moral emotional development, but more research is needed to assess the impact of additional variables.  

Bouchet, N. M., & Falk, R. F. (2000). giftedness, gender and overexcitability: a comparison with previous findings. In N. Bouchet, & J. Toth (Eds.), The Labyrinth: Safe Journey and Homecoming (pp. 184-203). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Fourth Biennial Advanced Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory. July 6-9, 2000. Location: Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada.). 

Bouchet, N. M. & Falk, F. R. (2001). The Relationship Among Giftedness, Gender, and Overexcitability. Gifted Child Quarterly, 45 4, 260-267. doi: 10.1177/001698620104500404  

Bouchet, N. M., & Toth J. (Eds.). (2000). The Labyrinth: Safe Journey and Homecoming. Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Fourth Biennial Advanced Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory. July 6-9, 2000. Location: Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada.).  

Breard, N. S. (1994). Exploring a different way to identify gifted African-American students. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Georgia, Athens,GA.  

Brennan, T. (1986). Case studies of multilevel development. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL.  

Brennan, T., & Piechowski, M. M. (1987, April). Case studies of self actualization. Paper presented at the American Education Research Association, Annual Meeting Washington, D.C.  40 pages. Refers to Dąbrowski.  

Brennan, T., & Piechowski, M. M. (1991). A developmental framework for self-actualization: Evidence from case studies. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 31(3), 43-64.  

Bronk, Kendall Cotton, Holmes Finch, W. & Talib, Tasneem L. (2010). Purpose in life among highability adolescents. High Ability Studies, 21(2), 133 — 145. doi: 10.1080/13598139.2010.525339 

Brown, J, D. (1972). An evaluation of spitz student response system in teaching a course in logical and mathematical concepts. Journal of Experimental Education, 40(3), 12-20.  

Buescher, T. M. (1985). A framework for understanding the social and emotional development of gifted and talented adolescents. Roeper Review, 8, 10-15. 

Burge, M. (2012). The ADD myth: How to cultivate the unique gifts of intense personalities. San Francisco, CA: Conari Press. 

Calderon, Sister Alvarez: see Alvarez-Calderon Fernandini, L. M.

Calic, S. (1994). Heightened Sensitivities as an indicator of creative potential in visual and performing arts. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia  

Capps, D., Rambo, L., & Ransohoff, P. (Eds.). (1976). Psychology of religion: A guide to information sources. Detroit: Gale Research Co.  Volume 1 of the Philosophy and Religion Information Guide Series, see pp. 104-105.  

Carlson, R. (1971). Where is the person in personality research? Psychological Bulletin, 75(3), 203-219.  Does not refer to Dąbrowski. This article is referenced in EDI: #64.  

Carman, C. A. (2011). Adding Personality to Gifted Identification: Relationships Among Traditional and Personality-Based Constructs. Journal of Advanced Academics, 22, 412-446. doi:10.1177/1932202X1102200303  

Catherine-Hoffman, Stephanie M. The experience of giftedness and Tourette syndrome in adults: A phenomenological tapestry. [Dissertation Abstract] Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences. Vol 66(8-A), 2006, pp. 2840. 

Chang, H. J. (2001). A research on the overexcitability traits of gifted and talented students in Taiwan. Unpublished master thesis, National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei.  

Chang, H. J., & Kuo, C. (2013). Overexcitabilities: Empirical studies and application. Learning and Individual Differences, 23, 53-63, doi:10.1016/j.lindif.2012.10.010  

Chang, R., & Page, R. C. (1991). Characteristics of the self-actualized person: Visions from the east and west. Counseling and Values, 36, 2-10.  Does not refer to Dąbrowski. See Piechowski, 1991 for a comment on this article that discusses Piechowski's approach to self-actualization in relation to Dąbrowski.  

Chavez, R. A. (2004). Evaluacion Integral de la personalidad creativa: Fenomenologia clinica y genetica [Integral evaluation of the creative personality: Phenomenology, clinical, and genetics]. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, National Autonomous University of Mexico, UNAM, Mexico City.  

Chavez-Eakle, R. A. (2004). On the neurobiology of the creative process. Bulletin of Psychology and the Arts, 5, 29-35. 

Chavez-Eakle, R. A., Lara, M. C., and Cruz-Fuentes, C. (2006). Personality: A Possible Bridge Between Creativity and Psychopathology? Creativity Research Journal, 18(1), 27 – 38. doi: 10.1207/s15326934crj1801_4 

Chavez-Eakle, R. A. (2007a). Creativity, DNA, and Cerebral Blood Flow. In C. Martindale, P. Locher, & V. Petrov (Eds.). Evolutionary and neurocognitive approaches to aesthetics, creativity, and the arts (pp. 209-224).. Amityville, NY: Baywood.
In the research described in the previous sections of this chapter, several relevant findings were reported: (a) an association between the presence of the allele 7 of the dopamine receptor DRD4 gene and the creativity index; (b) an association between the polymorphic variation of the serotonin-transporter/promoter region gene and emotional overexcitability; and (c) and association between the polymorphic variation of the DRD4 and sensual overexcitability. These associations do not implicate causality; however, they suggest a promising starting point for further molecular genetic exploration of the creative potential. The contribution of a single gene for a complex trait is small, other genes (with additive and no-additive effects) and other environmental and sociocultural factors might be involved. Multiple neuromental processes occur during creative acts. When evaluating the activation of specific brain areas during creative performance, it was found that figural and verbal creativity indexes correlated with CBF in specific areas in both cerebral hemispheres; these areas are involved in multimodal processing, in complex cognitive functions (such as imagery, memory, and novelty processing among others) and in all levels of emotion processing. This suggests that creativity is performed by a highly distributed bilateral brain system. The brain-culture interactions, and the gene-environment interactions as well, are fascinating and challenging issues; creativity involves both sociocultural and psychobiological complex processes; therefore research on creativity could be a promising field that would lead us to increase our understanding of these topics. Neuroscience and molecular genetics offer rich possibilities to explore further the creative process. This knowledge is not separate from the experience of creating and could provide significant data for other researchers interested in creativity in various disciplines. 

Chavez-Eakle, R. A. (2007b). From Incubation to insight: Working memory andthe role of the cerebellum. Creativity Research Journal, 19(1), 31-34. doi: 10.1080/10400410709336876 

Chavez-Eakle, R. A. (2009). Creativity and Personality. In E. Villalba (Ed.) Measuring Creativity. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union. 

Chavez-Eakle, R.A., Graff-Guerrero, A., Garcia-Reyna, J. C., Vaugier, V., Cruz-Fuentes, C. (2007). Cerebral blood flow associated with creative performance: A comparative study. NeuroImage, 38(3), 519-528. doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2007.07.059  

Chinoy, K. B. (1981). Change of vocations in midlife. Psychiatric Annals, 11, 111-115. 

Celinski, M. (2004). Traumatic disintegration and Zeigarnik's effect as a creative force [No Paper was supplied by the speaker.] In W. Tillier (Ed.), Developmental Potential - From Theory to Practice: Educational and Therapeutic perspectives (p. 228). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Sixth International Congress of the Institute For Positive Disintegration in Human Development June 24-26, 2004 Calgary, Alberta, Canada.) 

Cienin, Paul (Pseudonym) (1972). Existential Thoughts and Aphorisms. London: Gryf Publications.  

Cienin, Pawel (Pseudonym) (1972). Fragments From The Diary of A Madman. London: Gryf Publications. Note the spelling of the first name (this one is in Polish, the other English).  

Cekiera, C. (2002). Development of personality towards higher values as prophylaxy of social pathology (application of Dąbrowski's TPD to prevention and therapy of suicide and drug addiction. In N. Duda, (Ed.), Positive Disintegration: The Theory of the future. 100th Dąbrowski anniversary program on the man, the theory, the application and the future (pp. 309-320). Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Fidlar Doubleday. [The Proceedings from the Fifth International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, held in Ft. Lauderdale, FL., November 7 - 10, 2002.] 

Clouston, T. S. (1899). Stages of over-excitability, hypersensitiveness, and mental explosiveness in children and their treatment by the bromides. Scottish Medical and Surgical Journal, IV, 481-90. 

Coan, R. W. (1974). The optimal personality: An empirical and theoretical analysis. New York: Columbia University Press.  See pp. 63-73.  

Cohen, L. M., & Ambrose, D. C. (1993). Theories and practices for differentiated education for the gifted and talented. In K. Heller, F. Monks, & A. H. Passow (Eds.), International handbook of research and development of giftedness and talent (pp. 339-363). Oxford, England: Pergamon Press.  Contains the following passage: "Based on the work of Polish psychologist, Dąbrowski, Piechowski (1979, 1986) theorizes that extreme sensitivity or overexcitability indicates potential for high levels of development, particularly for self-actualization and moral vigor" (p. 344). Lists the five overexcitabilities and goes on: "In Piechowski's theory, there are five levels of personality development from lowest to highest: Level (1) self-centered; Level (2) inner fragmentation and conforming to expectations of others; Level (3) vulnerable autonomy; Level (4) self-actualization, and Level (5) universal compassion and self-sacrifice" (p. 344).  

Cohen, L. M. (2006), Conceptual Foundations for Gifted Education: Stock-Taking. Roeper Review, 28(2), 91-110. 

Colangelo, N. (1984). A perspective on the future of gifted education. Roeper Review, 7, 30-32 doi:10.1080/02783198409552839 

Colangelo, N. & Davis, G. (Eds.). (1991). Handbook of gifted education. Boston: Allyn and Bacon. 

Colangelo, N., & Fleuridas, C. (1986). The abdication of childhood. Journal of Counseling and Development, 64, 561-563.  

Colangelo, N. & Zaffrann, R. T. (Eds.) New voices in counseling the gifted. Dubuque IA: Kendall/Hunt 1979. see also: Piechowski, M. M. (1979a) 

Conarton, S., & Silverman, L. K. (1988). Feminine development through the life cycle. In M. A. Dutton-Douglas & L. E. A. Walker (Eds.), Feminist psychotherapies: Integration of therapeutic and feminist systems (pp. 37-67). Norwood, New Jersey: Ablex Publishing.  

Couper, G. E. (2004). The psychology of travel: A theoretical analysis of how study abroad and positive regression affect personal growth. [Dissertation Abstract] Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering. Vol 65(6-B), pp. 3195.  

Cross, J. R. (1999). [Review of the book The young gifted child: Potential and promise, an anthology, by J. F. Smutny, (Ed.)]. Gifted Child Quarterly, 43, 275-277.
quote: Elizabeth Meckstroth's chapter "Complexities of Giftedness: Dąbrowski's Theory" in Part V: Meeting Social and Emotional Needs to Effect Growth, is another that I would want new teachers of the gifted or parents frustrated by their child's "oddities" to read. Dąbrowski's description of the overexcitabilities many gifted children (and adults) exhibit may help to alleviate some of the concerns and frustrations parents and teachers have. As I read this chapter, I wondered how many children are on Ritalin because they exhibit Dąbrowski's psychomotor overexcitability. "The psychomotor overexcitability has been found to be the one of Dąbrowski's classifications that is the most significantly correlated with high intelligence" (p. 296).  

Cross, T. L. (1996). Examining Claims About Gifted Children and Suicide. Gifted Child Today Magazine, 19, 46-48.  

Cross, T. L. (1997). Psychological and Social Aspects of Educating Gifted Students. Peabody Journal of Education, 72(3/4), 180-200.  

Cross, T. L. (2006). From the editor's desk. Journal for the Education of the Gifted, 30, 5-6. [Introduction to Mendaglio and Tillier (2006)] 

Cross, T. L., Gust-Brey, K., & Ball, P. B. (2002). A Psychological Autopsy of the Suicide of an Academically Gifted Student: Researchers' and Parents' Perspectives. Gifted Child Quarterly, 46(4), 247-264. doi: 10.1177/001698620204600402  

Culross, R. (2004). Developmental potential among creative scientists. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Developmental Potential: From Theory to Practice: Educational and Therapeutic perspectives (pp. 153-163). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Sixth International Congress of the Institute For Positive Disintegration in Human Development June 24-26, 2004 Calgary, Alberta, Canada.) 

Cunningham, K. S. (1981). The pankration of development: Patterns of psychic overexcitability in a group of artists. Unpublished master's thesis, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL. SIL/86.  

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Dąbrowski, K. National Archives of Canada collection information. 

Dąbrowski, K. (1929). Les conditions psycholopique du suicide. Geneva.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1931). 0 wplywie otoczenia na powstawanie i rozwoj nerwowosci dzieciecej. [The influence of the environment in the genesis and development of child nervousness.] Szkola Specjalna, 2, 32-39.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1931). Z zagadnien podniesienia kultury moralnej spoleczenstwa. [The questions of developing the moral culture of the society.] Glos Nauczycielski, 12, 8-11.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1931). Zur klinik and patholgie der senilen paranoia. Jahrbucher fur Psychiatrie and Neurologie, 47, 171-176.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1933). Higiena psychiczna za graniza i u nas i jej najblizszs potrzeby i proby jej realizacji. [Mental hygine abroad and in our country.] Syd. Warsaw: Wydawnictwo Ministerstwa Opieki Spolecznej.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1933). Znaczenie wieku w klinice i patologii parkinsonizmu pospiaczkowego. Neurolgia Polska, 1, 52-59.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1934). Behawioryzm i kierunki pokrewne w psychologii. [Behaviourism and related schools in psychology.] Warsaw: Lekarz Polski 

Dąbrowski, K. (1934). Pódstawy psychologiczne samodreczenia (automutylacji). [Psychological basis of self- torture.] Warsaw: Przyszlo.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1935). Nerwawosc dzieoi i mlodziez [The nervousness of children and youth.] Warsaw: Nasza Ksiegarnia.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1936). L'Institut d'Hygiene Mentale de Varsovie et son programme de travail. Bulletin Mensuel de l'Office International d'HygienePublique, 28(fasc. 8), 127-131.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1937). Instytut Higieny Psychicznej. [The Mental Hygiene Institute.] Warsaw: Wyd. Kola Przyjaciol Instytutu Higieny Psychicznej.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1937). La sante mentale, la definition et delimitation des domaines voisines. Comptes Rendus II-e Congres International de l'Hygiene Mentale, Paris. 

Dąbrowski, K. (1937). Report upon the activities of the Mental Hygiene Institute. Comptes Rendus II-e Congres International l'Hygiene Mentale,Paris.  

Dąbrowski, Casimir (1937). Psychological basis of self mutilation. (W. Thau, Trans.) Genetic Psychology Monographs, 19, 1-104. EDI: #30:  

Dąbrowski, K. (1938). Kwestionariusz neurotyoczny. [The neurotic questionnaire.] Warsaw: Instytut Higieny Psychicznej.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1938). Nowoczsne zadania i potrzeby psychiatrii i higieny psychicznej w Polsce. The contemporary tasks and needs of psychiatry and mental hygiene inPoland.] Biuletyn Instytutu Higieny Psychicznej, 2, 21-27.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1938). Typy wzmozonej pobudliwosci psychicznej. [Types of increased psychic excitability]. Biuletyn Instytutu Higieny Psychicznej, 1(1), 12-19. 

Dąbrowski, K. (1938). Uwagi o psychosocjalnych warunkach powstawania i rozwoju hiperkinez funkcjonalnych oraz tikow. [Psychosocial conditions of genesis and development of functional hyperkineses and tics.] Biuletyn Instytutu Higieny Psychicznej, 2, 1-10.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1939). Higiena psychiczna, jej tresc, zakres, zadania i stosunek do innych nauk. [Mental hygiene, its content, scope, task, and rela­tionship to other branches of science.] Biuletyn Instytutu Higieny Psychicznej, 2, 12-19. 

Dąbrowski, K. (1939). O wplywie otoczenia na powstanie i rozwoju niektorych form nerwowosci udzieci. [About the impact of the enviornment and development of some forms of nervousness in children.] Szkola Specjalna, Warsaw.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1946). 0 integracji i dezintegracji psychicznej. Zdrowie Psychiczne, l.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1947). Panstwowy Instytut Higieny Psychicznej. [The State Institute of Mental Hygiene.] Warsaw: Syd. Prasa Demokratyczna.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1948). Pojecie zdrowia psychicznego. [The concept of mental health.] Zdrowie Psychiczne, R. II, 2, 4, 37-51.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1948). Uwagi o teorii Jacksona. Comments on Jackson's theory.] Zdrowie Psychiczne, 2, 4, 143-49. 

Dąbrowski, K. (1949). Dezntegracja jako pozytywny etap w rozwoju jednostki. [Positive disintegration as a positive stage in the development of an individual]. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 3, 4, 30-37.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1949). III Miedzynarodowy Kongres Zdrowie Psychicznego. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 1, 2, 6-23.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1951). Gruzlica i walka z nia; podrecznik dla srednich szkot medycznych [napisali]. Warszawa: Panstwowe Zaklady Wydawn. Lekarskick. 

Dąbrowski, K. (1958). Higiena psychicznal. [Mental hygiene.] Zdrowie Publiczne, 2, 811-830. Junior author: I. Rogowski.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1958). Les desintegration mentale comme facteur positif dans le developement emotional de l'enfant. A Crianaca Portuguesa, 17, 731-736.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1958). Nerwowosc dziecsi i mlodziezy. [Nervousness of children and teenagers.] Warszawa: Panstwowe Zaknady Wydawnictw Szkolnych. (PZWS).  

Dąbrowski, K. (1958). Struktura psychiatrii dzieciecej. [The structure of child psychiatry.] Lubiaz: Polskie Towarzystwo Psychiatryczne.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1958, May). Struktura psychiatrii dzieciecej. [The structure of child psychiatry.] Lubiaz: Polskie Towarzystwo Psychiatryczne. Paper read at the annual convention of the Polish Psychiatric Association. Lubiaz, Poland. 

Dąbrowski, K. (1958). Uwagi o diagnostyce psychologicznej i jej znaczeniu dla samowychowania. [Comments on psychological diagnosis and its meaning for self-education.] Collectanea Theologica, 39, 106-128.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1959). Spoleczno-wychowawcza psychiatria dziecieca. [Socio-educational child psychiatry.] Warszawa: Panstwowe Zaklady Wydawn Szkolnych (PZWS).  

Dąbrowski, K. (1959). Sur la desintegration positive. Annales Medico-Psychologiques, 2, 643-668.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1960). Conception dynamique de la sante mentale. A Crianca Portuguesa, 19, 145-167.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1960). Nerwice, psychonerwice i psychopatia dziecieca--pojecia podstawowe. Materialy z konferencji Zdrowie psvchiczne i psychiatria dziecieca, Warszawa.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1960). Násze dzieci dorastają; problemy wieku dojrzewania. [Our children grow.] [Basic question of mental hygiene.] Warszawa: Wiedza Powszechna.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1960). Podstawowe zagadnienia higieny psychicznej Biuletyn Polskiego Towarzystwa Higieny Psychicznej, 1, 4-25. Junior author: H. Zajaczkowski.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1960). Remarques sur la typolgie basce sur la theorie de la desintegration positive. Annales Medico-Psycholgiques, 2, 402-406.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1960). Sprawozdanie z dorocznego Zjazdu Swiatowej Federacji Zdrowia Psychicznego w Barcelonie 1959. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 1, 22-26.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1960). Swiatowy Rok Zdrowia Psychicznego w Polsce. Biuletyn Polskiego Towarzystwa Higieny Psychicznej, l, 42-45.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1961). Dynamiczne ujecie zdrowia psychicznego. [A dynamic approach to mental health.] Biuletyn Polskiego Towarzystwa Higieny Psychicznej, 2, 24-33.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1961). Dynamiczne ujecie zdrowia psychicznego. Cz. I. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 1, 14-22.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1961). Dynamiczne ujecie zdrowia psychicznego. Cz II. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 2, 18-26.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1961). Les dynamismes principaux de la desintegration a univeaux multiples. Annales Medico-Psychologigues, 1, 225-234.

Dąbrowski, K. (1961). La sentiment d'inferiorite vis-a-vis de soi-meme. Annales Medico-­Psychologiques, 2, 625-632. 

Dąbrowski, K. (1961). VI Kongres Zdrowia Psychicznego w Paryzu /doniesienie wstepne/. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 2, 42-46.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1962). Higiena psychiczna[Mental hygiene.] Warsaw: Panstwowe Zaklady Wydawnictw Szkolnych (PZWS).  

Dąbrowski, K. (1962). Co to jest higiena psychiczna [What is mental hygiene?] Warszawa: Nasza Ksiegarnia.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1962). Instytut ochrony i rozwoju psychicznego czlowieka. [Institute for psychic protection and development of man.] Warsaw: Dookola Swiata, 24, 12-13.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1963). La desintegration positive. Problemes choisis. Conferences de l'Academie Polonaise des Sciences, Centre Scientifique a Paris, 1963, fasicule 48, (whole number 48), 115-122.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1963). Osobowosc, wybitne uzdolnienia i psychonerwice u dzieci i mlodziezy. [Personality, prominent abilities, and psychoneuroses in children and youth.] Biuletyn Polskiego Towarzystwa Higieny Psychicznej, 4, number 2, 53-63.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1963, June). Personalite, aplitudes remarquables et psychoneuroses chez les enfants et chez les adolescents. Proceedings of the Second European Congress of Child Psychiatry. Rome, 2, 220-233.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1963). Principales structures et dynamismes du milieu psychique interne. A Crianca Portuguesa, 21, 507-535.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1963). Psychonerwice. [Psychoneuroses.] Postepy Higieny i Medycyny Doswiadczalnej, 17, 305-345. 

Dąbrowski, K. (1964). Higienapsychiczna w zyciu codziennym. [Mental hygiene in everyday life.] Warszawa: Panstwowy Zaklad Wydawnictw Lekarskich. 

Dąbrowski, K. (1964). La desintegration positive; problemes choisis. Warszawa: Panstwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1964). Metoda pochwaly i nagrony w rozwoju osobowosci dziecka. [The method of praise and reprimand in the development of child's personality.] Zdrowie Psychiczne, 5, number 4, 3-11.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1964). 0 dezyntezyntegracji pozytywnej: [On positive disintegration:] szkic teorii rozwoju psychicznego czlowieka poprzez nierownowage psychiczna, nerwowosc, nerwice i psychonerwice. Warszawa: Panstwowy Zaklad Wydawnictw Lekarskich.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1964). 0 internerwicowych i intranerwicowych hierarchiach struktury i funkcji psychicznej. [On interneurotic and intraneu­rotic hierarchies of psychic structure and functions.] Zdrowie Psychiczne, 5, number 3, 14-22. 

Dąbrowski, K. (1964). 0 psychoterapii nerwic i psychonerwic w oparciu o teorie dezintegracji pszytywnej. [Psychotherapy of neuroses and psychoneuroses based on the theory of positive disintegration.] Part 1. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 5, number 1, 19-26.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1964). 0 psychoterapii nerwic i psychonerwic w oparciu o teorie dezintegracji pozytywneg. [Psychotherapy of neuroses and psychoneuroses based on the theory of positive disintegration.] Part 2. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 5, number 2, 59-67.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1964). (second, revised edition). Spoleczno-wychowawcza psychiatria dziecieca. [Socio-educational child psychiatry.] Warszawa: Panstwowe Zaklady Wydawn. Szkolnych.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1964, June). Miejsce psychoterapii w ruchu higieny psychicznej [The place of psychotherapy in the movement of mental health.] Paper read at the First General Polish Conference on Problems of Psychotherapy with Children and Youth. Warsaw.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1964, June). Psychoterapia dzieci i mlodziezy a higiena psychiczna. [The psychotherapy of children and youth and mental hygiene.] Paper read at the First General Polish Conference on Problems of Psychotherapy with Chil­dren and Youth. Warsaw. Junior author: H. Osinski.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1964). Positive disintegration. Boston: Little Brown & Co.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1965). L'instinct de la mort d'apres la theorie de la desin­tegration positive. Conferences de l'Academic Polonaise des Sciences, Centre Scientifique a Paris, fascicule 60, 15-22.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1965). Miejsce psychoterapii w ruchu higieny psychicznej. In Materialy Ogolnopolskiej Konferencji Problemy psychoterapii dzlecii mlodziezy,Warsaw 13 V i 20 X 1964. Warsaw: Polskie Towarzystwo Higieny Psychiecznej, s. 37-41.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1965). 0 psychoterapii dziecka lekliwego. /W:/ Higiena psychiczna i nerwice dzieciece / praca zbiorowa. PAN, Wroclaw-Warszawa-Krakow, 42-52.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1965). Personnalite, psychonevroses et sante mentale d'apres la theorie de la desintegration positive. Warszawa: Panstwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1965). Personalite, psychonevroses et sante mentale d'apres la theorie de la desintegration positive. Conferences de l'Academie Polonaise des Sciences, Centre Scientifique a Paris, fascicule 57, 82-94.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1965). Psychonerwice u mlodziezy wybitnie uzdolnionej. [Psychoneuroses among particularly gifted youth.]. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 6, 1, 24-35. Junior author: J. Kujawska.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1965). Problemy adaptacji i dezadaptacji. [Problems of adjustment and maladjustment.] Zdrowie Psychiczne, 6, Number 4, 7-18.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1965). Zagadnienia higieny psychicznej w psychoprofilaktyce przestepcow. [Aims of mental hygiene in psychoprophy­laxis of criminals]. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 6, No. 4, 7-19. Junior author: H. Osinski.

Dąbrowski, K. (1965). Psychotherapie des neuroses et des psychonevroses. L'instinct de la mort d'apres la theorie de la desintegration positive. Warszawa: Panstwowe Zaklady Wydawn. Naukowe.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1965). Psychotherapie des neuroses et des psychonevroses. Conferences de l'Academie Polonaise des Sciences, Centre Scientifique a Paris, fascicule 60, 3-14.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1965). Psychoterapia dzieci i mlodziezy a higiena psychiczna /wspolautor: H. Osinski/. /W:/Materialy Ogolnopolskiej Konferencje Problemy Psychoterapii Dzieci i Mlodziezy, Warsaw 13 V i 24 X 1964. Warsaw: Polski Towarzystwo Higieny Psychicznej, 43-50.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1966, September 5-12). Prophylaxie des neuroses infantiles ou prophylaxie par les neuroses infantiles. Proceedings of theFourth World Congress of Psychiatry, Madrid, 127-130.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1966, September 5-12). Interneurotic and intraneurotic differences in levels of functions. Paper presented at the Fourth World Congress of Psychiatry, Madrid, Spain. 12 pages. Mimeograph. EDI: #14 D.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1966). The problem of positive disintegration: A new approach to the study of mental disorders. TheAlberta Psychologist, 1, 12-18. Note: This reference appears in a bibliography collected by K. Nelson. The journal title may have been Alberta Psychology (that is what it was in the 1980s). I have tried to locate this article but was unable to. If anyone has it, I would appreciate a copy. Thanks - Bill.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1966). The Theory of Positive Disintegration. International Journal of Psychiatry,2(2), 229-244. This is a reprint of pages 1-32 ofPositive Disintegration (1964). EDI: #40. It is introduced by Aronson (on page 165). Short discussions by Aronson and Mowrer follow Dąbrowski's article - see the references to these discussions under their names.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1967). La decompensation des structures psychonevrotiques. Annales Medico-Psychologiques, 2, 475-482.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1967). Personality-shaping through positive disintegration. Boston: Little Brown & Co.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1967). The Theory of Positive Disintegration. In O. H. Mowrer, Morality and mental health (pp. 152-165). Chicago: Rand McNally. [A reprint of pages 1-32 ofPositive Disintegration (1964)].  

Dąbrowski, K. (1967). Psychotherapy based on the theory of positive disintegration. In R. M. Jurjevich, Handbook of Psychotherapy (pp. 143-173). Chicago: Rand McNally. Note: I have tried to locate this book but was unable to find any record of it - perhaps it was never published, if anyone has it, I would appreciate a copy. This reference appears as #50 in the reference section of the 1970 book, Mental Growth . . . Thanks - Bill.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1968). Le milieu psychique interne. Annales Medico-Psychologiques, 2, 457-485.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1968). Theory of Positive Disintegration. Big Sur Recordings (spoken recording). Note: I have tried to locate this item but was unable to. If anyone has it, I would appreciate a copy. Thanks - Bill.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1969). /wspolautor: M. Piechowski/. Les emotions superieures etl'obsjectivite d'evalutation. Annales Medico-Psychologiques, 127(2), 589-613. [ Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec. 10 pages. French. EDI: #11.

Dąbrowski, K. (1970, August 26-30). Institute for the development of man. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec. 14 pages. EDI: #13.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1970, August 26-30). Interneurotic and intraneurotic differences in levels of functions. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec. 25 pages. EDI: #14 A.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1970, August 26-30). Lincoln, Kierkegaard and Kafka. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec. 9 pages. EDI: #15.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1970, August 26-30). Multilevelness of instinctive and emotional functions. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec. 15 pages. EDI: #20, also EDI: #62 J). Appendix B - 21.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1970, August 26-30). Partial death instinct. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec. 6 pages. Also compare to corresponding chapter in 1973 book. EDI: #25.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1970, August 26-30). Psychic overexcitability and psychoneurosis. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec. 11 pages. EDI: #31.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1970, August 26-30). The life of Professor O. H. Mowrer as a creative personality. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec. 18 pages. EDI: #43 B. 

Dąbrowski, K. (1970, August 26-30). Immunization against psychosis through neurosis and psychoneurosis. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec. 11 pages. :EDI: #62 J), Appendix B - 16.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1970, August 26-30). Three selected dynamisms of the inner psychic milieu. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec. 4 pages. EDI: #62 J), Appendix B - 23.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1970). Multilevelness of instinctive and emotional functions. Unpublished manuscript. University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB. (Purple cover, 173 pages. A preliminary manuscript to Volume I of the 1977 Dabor publications).  

Dąbrowski, K. (1970). Depathologisation de certains dynamismes dits pathologiques, Comptest Rendus, La Premiere Conference Internationale sur la theorie de la Disintegration Positive, Quebec.  

Cienin, P. (pseudonym) (1970). Mysli i afiryzmy egystencjalne. [Existencial thoughts and aphorisms.] London: Gryf-Publications.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1970). Rozw oj wielkiej w asno sci ziemskiej klasztoru cysterek w Zarnowcu od XIII do XVI wieku. [Zak. Naord. im. Ossoli nskich-Wydawnictwo. Oddzia w Gdansku].  

Dąbrowski, K. (with Kawczak, A., & Piechowski, M. M.).(1970). Mental growth through positive disintegration. London: Gryf Publications.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1970). Pojęcia zyja i rozwijają się: ze studi ow nad dynamik a pojec. [Dynamics of concepts.] London: Gryf.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1972). Dobra choroba. Polityka, 33, 5.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1972). Dzia alnosc gospodarcza, spo eczna i kulturalna cystersow oliwskich: XII-XVI wiek.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1972). La croissance mentale par la desintegration positive. Quebec: Editions Saint-Yves.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1972). La psychonevrose n'est pas une maladie: nevroses et psychonevroses, considerees du point de vue de la desintegration positive. Quebec: Editions Saint-Yves.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1972). Le dynamisme des concepts: phenomenes positifs dans la desintegration. Quebec Editions Saint-Yves.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1972). Introduction generale a la theorie de la desintegration positive. Quebec: Editions Saint-Yves.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1972). Crecimiento mentel la desintegracion positiva. Lima, Peru: Universidad Feminina.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1972). Psychoneurosis is not an illness. London: Gryf Publications.  

Cienin, Paul (Pseudonym) (1972). Existential thoughts and aphorisms. London: Gryf Publications.  

Cienin, Pawel (Pseudonym) (1972). Fragments from the diary of a madman. London: Gryf Publications.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1972, March 10). Project of the organization of the institute for research and development of higher emotions. Institute for Authentic Development. 14 pages. EDI: #55 B.  

Dąbrowski, K., (with Kawczak, A., & Sochanska, J.) (1973). The dynamics of concepts. London: Gryf Publications.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1974). Multilevelness of instinctive and emotional functions: Volume 1 - theory and description of levels of behavior. Unpublished manuscript, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB. (Light Blue cover, 241 pages. A (second) preliminary manuscript to Volume I of the 1977 Dabor publications). 

Dąbrowski, K. (1974). Dwie diagnozy. [Two diagnoses.] Warszawa: Polskie Towarzystwo Higieny Psychicznej..  

Dąbrowski, K. (1974). Uspolecznienie autentyczne i pozorne a zdrowie psychiczne ozlowieka. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 3(4), 21-32.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1974). Wazniejsze osiagniecia i perspektywy rozwojowe ruchu higieny psychicznej w Polsce. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 3(4), 41-47.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1974). Przeszlosc i perspektywy ruchu higieny psychicznej w Polsce. Zagadnienia Wychowawcze a Zdrowie Psychiczne, 6, 7-16.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1974). Zdrowie psychiczne a wartosci ludzkie. [Mental health and human worth.] Warsaw: Polskie Towarzystwo Higieny Psychicznej.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1975). Automutylacja w spychonerwicach o ostrym przebiegu. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 4, 5-7.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1975). Czy zachodzi potrzeba czesciowego wykluczenia z psychiatrii niektorych syndromow albo jednostek chorobowych. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 1(2), 49-55.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1975). Dzieciece osrodki higieny psychicznej. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 4, 38-41.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1975). Fragmenty z dziennika oblakeanego - do zbyt malej wyobrazni. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 4, 132-135.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1975). Foreword. In M. M. Piechowski, A theoretical and empirical approach to the study of development. Genetic Psychology Monographs, 92(2), 231-297. Compare to: Dąbrowski, K. (1977). Preface.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1975). Higiena psychiczne /1962/ - wstep. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 4, 53-55.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1975). Higiena psychiczna /1962/ - wstep do drugiego wydania. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 4, 56-58.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1975). Instynkt rozwojowy. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 4, 80-87.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1975). Kryteria wartoxci i pozi omu funkcji uczuciowych oraz popedowych a zdrowie psychiczne. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 4, 6-27.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1975). Mysli i aforyzmy egzystencjalne /fragmenty/. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 4, 136-138.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1975). Nerwice i psychonerwice u mlodziezy. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 4, 66-69.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1975). Nerwowosc. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 4, 34-37.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1975). Opactwo cysters ow w Oliwie od X11 do XV1 wieku. Zak ad Narodowy im. Ossoli nskich, Oddzie w Gda nsku.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1975). Osobowosc a procesy uspolecznienia. ZeszytyODISS, 38(6), 51-61.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1975). Osobowosc i jej ksztaltowanie poprzez dezyntegracje pozytywna. Warsaw: PTHP.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1975). Podstawy psychologiczne samodreczenia /automutylacji/ - wstep. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 4, 22-23. 

Dąbrowski, K. (1975). Poziomy rozwojowe funkcji instynktowych. Zdrowie Psvchiczne, 4, 110-114.  

Dąbrowski., K. (1975). Pozytywna niedojrzalosc. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 4, 119-122.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1975). Przedmiot psychiatrii dzieciecej, jej zakres i miejsce w naukach pokrewnych. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 4, 30-33.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1975). Psychohigiena konfliktu spolecznego. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 4, 61-65.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1975). Psychologia humanistyczna. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 4, 128-131.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1975). Rozwoj osobowosci wedlug teorii desintegracji pozytywneg. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 1(2), 7-17. 

Dąbrowski, K. (1975). Srodowisko wewnetrzne. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 4, 115-118.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1975). Trud istnienia. [Difficulty of existence.] Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Naukowe.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1975). Typy normalnego rozwoju. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 4, 105-109.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1975). Wybrane zagadnienia z higieny psychicznej malzenstwa. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 4, 42-52.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1975). Zagadnienia zdrowia psychicznego grupy spolecznej. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 4, 59-61.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1975). Zastosowanie metody desintegracji posytywnej wobec dzieci i mlodziezy. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 4, 88-104.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1975). Zdrowie psychiczne. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 4, 122-127.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1975). Zdrowie psychiczne ujmowane jako wyraz hierarchicznego dzialania funkcji pod kontrola funkcji realnosci. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 4, 28-30. 

Dąbrowski, K. (1976). On the philosophy of development through positive disintegration and secondary integration. Dialectics and Humanism, 3-4, 131-144. EDI: #54.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1976). Dezintegracja i psychonerwice w rozwoju osobowosci. Literatura, 10, 7.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1976). Dynamizmy tworcze w psychonerwicach. Literatura, 12, 7.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1976). Nerwowosc dzieci i mlodziezy. [Neuroses of children andteenagers. ] Warsaw: Wydawnictwa Szskolne i Pedagogiczne. /wyd. drugie uzupelnione/.

Dąbrowski, K. (1976). Odpowiedz na artykul K. Obuchowskiego. Literature, 22, 12.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1976). Polak, jaki, jest... Polityka, 46, 14 /rmozmowa z prof. K. Dąbrowskim; rozmawial B. Danowicz/. 

Dąbrowski, K. (1976). Psychonerwice a jednostki wybitne. Literatura, 9, 11.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1976). Psychoterapia psychonerxic. Literatura, 13, 9.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1976). Wewnetrzne srodowisko psychiczne w psychonerwicach. Literatura, 11, 9.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1977). Preface. In K. Dąbrowski, (with Piechowski, M. M.). Theory of levels of emotional development: Volume 1 - Multilevelness and positive disintegration. (pp. ix-xiv). Oceanside, New York: Dabor Science Publications.  Compare to Dąbrowski, K. (1975). Foreword.  

Dąbrowski, K. (with Piechowski, M. M.).(1977). Theory of levels of emotional development: Volume 1 - Multilevelness and positive disintegration. Oceanside, New York: Dabor Science Publications.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1977). Co zagraza psychice czloieka?Zycie Literackie, 32, 1 i 11 /rozmowa z prof. K. Dąbrowskim, rozmawial B. Danowicz/.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1977). Dlaczego znieczulicz?Przekroj, 17, 6-7 /rozmowa z prof. K. Dąbrowskim, rozmawial B. Danowicz/.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1977). Kontrola czynnosci czlowieka poprzez dynamizmy uczuciowo-popedowe. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 3, 6-32.

Dąbrowski, K. (1977). Ochrona zdrowia psychicznego. Zycie Literackie, 3, 1 i 9.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1977). Psychotherapies actuelles. /L. Granger, G. R. de Grace, A. Bachelor, F. L. Lesniak, A. Saint-Yves/. Collection Service a la Psychotherapie. Quebec: Editions Saint-Yves.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1977). Rola higieny psychicznej w zapobieganiu przestepczosci /wspolautor: B. Holyst/. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 3, 50-61.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1977). S'il y a un toxicomane dans votre famille. Quebec: Editions Saint-Yves.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1977). Wspolczesna problematyka ochrony zdrowia psychicznego. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 1(2), 15-22. 

Dąbrowski, K. (1978). Interdyscyplinarne ujecie problemow psychohigieny. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 1, 6-12.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1978). Koncepcja wolnosci w teorii dezintegracji pozytywnej. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 4, 6-10.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1978). Pozytywny konflikt w stosunkach miedzyludzkich. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 1, 38-42.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1978). Zrozumiec trud istnienia. Tygodnik Kulturalny, 37, 5 /rozmowa z prof. K. Dąbrowskim, rozawiala K. Raczynska/.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1979, March). Nothing can be changed here. (E. Mazurkiewicz, Trans.), Peter Rolland (Ed.). (Privately Printed). A play.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1979). Dezintegracja pozytywna. [Positive disintegration.] Warsaw: Pansywowy Instytut Wydawniczy. (PIW).  

Dąbrowski, K. (1979). Inteligencja na uslugach osobowosci i na uslugach popedow. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 1, 6-16.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1979). Interview with Kazimierz Dąbrowski (E. Hyzy-Strzelecka, trans.) (February). ITD.   For a student magazine--5 page paper. Not for distribution without permission of the translator. Original author unknown. Reference obtained from Karen Nelson.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1979). Interview with Kazimierz Dąbrowski (E. Hyzy-Strzelecka, trans.) (June). Walka Mlodych.   For a youth magazine--3 page paper. Not for distribution without permission of the translator. Original author unknown. Reference obtained from Karen Nelson.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1979). Najwazniejsza jest milosc. Walka Mlodych, 223, 12 /rozmowa z prof. K. Dąbrowskim, rozmawial S. Zawislinski.

Dąbrowski, K. (1979). Osobowosc, zdrowie psychiczne, tworczosc, psychoterapia. Proba syntezy. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 3(4), 23-28.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1979). Osobowosc jej ksztalowanie poprzez dezyntagracje pozytywna. [Personality and its development through positive disintegration.] PTHP, Warsaw.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1979). Problem stosunku do mlodziezy z objawami markomanii. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 2, 7-11.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1979). Psychoterapia przez rozwoj. [Psychotherapy through development.] Warszawa: Polskie Towarzstwo Higieny Psychicznej.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1979). Wprowadzenie do higieny psychicznej. Warsaw: Wyday-a Szkolne i Pedagogiczne.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1979). Zdrowie psychiczne. /red./ /wspolautorzy: J. Aleksandrowicz, G. L. Borofsky, J. Chalasinski, M. Grzywak-Kaczynska, R. Miller, M. M. Piechowski, A. Roykiewicz, B. Suchodolski, H. Szwarc, M. Szyszkowska, K. Zielinski. Warsaw: Panstwowe Wydaw Naukowe.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1980). Funkcje i struktura emocjonalna osobowosci. [Structure and emotional functions of personality.] ZG SZSP and WCSRN, Warsaw. 

Dąbrowski, K. (1980). Charakter narodowy polski i jego perspektywy rozwojowa w swietle teorii dezintegracji pozytywnej. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 2.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1980). Odezwa do psychoneurotykow [poetry]. Student, 25, 4.

Dąbrowski, K. (1980). Osobowosc Marii Grzywak-Kaczynskiej. Zagadnienia Wychowawcze a Zdrowie Psychiczne, 6, 7-10.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1980). Psychonerwics a tworczoxc literacka. Zdrowie Psychiczne, l, 7-15.

Dąbrowski, K. (1980). Struktura i funkcje emocjonalne osobowosci. Warsaw: PTHP.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1980). Wiersze: Wizja schizofreniczna, Tylko w chorobie, Wizja katatoniczna, Burza sie podniesc, Halucynacje, Odezwa do psychoneurotykow [poetry]. ITD, 2, 18-19.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1980). Zdrowie psychiczne a zasady przyjemnosci, rzeczywistosci i rozwoju. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 3.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1980). Zdrowie psychiczne a problem smierci. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 4.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1981). Smierc jako problem czlowieka. Zdrowie Psychiczne, 1.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1982). Pasjarozwoju. [Passion of growth.] Warszawa: Polskiie Towarzystwo Higieny Psychicznej. 

Dąbrowski, K. (1988). Pasjarozwoju. [Passion of growth.] Warszawa: Almapress. Studencka Oficyna Wydawnicza Zsp.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1989). W poszukiwaniu zdrowia psychicznego. [In search of mental health. ] Warszawa: Panstwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1991). Moralnosc w Polityce: Wielopoziomowosc funkcji uczuciowych i popedowych w zyciu spolecznym i politycznym oraz instytucjach. Warszawa: Bis.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1994). The heroism of sensitivity. (E. Hyzy-Strzelecka, trans.). Advanced Development, 6, 87-92. 

Dąbrowski, K. (1996a). W poszukiwaniuzdrowia psychicznego. [In search of mental health. ] Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1996b). Multilevelness of emotional and instinctive functions. Part 1: Theory and description of levels of behavior. Lublin, Poland: Towarzystwo Naukowe Katolickiego Uniwersytetu Lubelskiego. A republication of the titles and text of the 1974 manuscript that was the basis of Part 1 of the 1977 Dabor book. Published in English with a new preface by Czeslaw Cekiera. 446 pages. ISBN # 83-86668-51-2. Published in one soft cover binding with Part 2 -see Dąbrowski, K. & Piechowski, M. M. (with the assistance of Marlene [Rankel] and Dexter R. Amend). (1996). 

Dąbrowski, K. (2010). Remarks on Wilhelm Stekel's active psychoanalysis. (P. Samborowski, & J. Lucas, Trans.). HEKSIS, 1 Retrieved July, 27, 2010, from http://www.heksis.com/ (Original work published 1958). Note: [The text is a translation of selected fragments from Kazimierz Dąbrowski's book, Nervousness of Children and Youth ("Nerwowosc u dzieci i mlodziezy") Warsaw 1958, pp. 253-259.] [In 1932 Dąbrowski received a two year research scholarship from the National Culture Fund to study in Vienna and Paris. In Vienna he studied at the Institute of Active Psychoanalysis under fellow Pole, Wilhelm Stekel (1868 - 1940) and on September, 13, 1934, was given a diploma by Stekel authorizing him to conduct psychoanalysis practice.] Retrieved from http://www.heksis.com/ HEKSIS

Dąbrowski, K. (2010b). Theme IX - Janusz Korczak (F. Maj Trans.). HEKSIS, 1 Retrieved July, 27, 2010, from http://www.heksis.com/ Note: The published text is an excerpt from Kazimierz Dąbrowski’s (1902-1980) “Multi-theme Mystery of Development”, which consists of the following “motives”: 1) Socrates and others, 2) Kryshna and Arjuna, 3) Abraham and God, 4) Ramanudża and others, 5) Ajax not deceived by Pallas Athena, 6), Thomas Aquinas and John of the Cross, 7) Sören Kierkegaard not deceaved by “Sickness”, 8), Franz Kafka, 9), Janusz Korczak, 10) Initiation into the development potential, 11) The period of creative maturation, Epilogue. (The text in this form was agreed with the author in the spring of 1980 by Tadeusz Kobierzycki in Alexandrow near Warsaw). The text is published for the first time in this version in Heksis No.1 2010, Warsaw. Retrieved from http://www.heksis.com/ HEKSIS

Dąbrowski, K. (2011). Increased sensual and motor excitability in children. (F. Maj, Trans.). HEKSIS, 4 Retrieved February 24, 2011, from http://www.heksis.com/ (Original work published 1959). The text is an excerpt from Kazimierz Dąbrowski’s book “Socio-educational Child Psychiatry, PZWS, Warszawa 1959, p. 110-114, p. 95-101. HEKSIS

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). Attempts to overcome schizoneurosis by big beat music and song. Unpublished manuscript. 6 pages. EDI: #48.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). The attitude toward and the experiencing of death on different developmental levels. Unpublished manuscript. 10 pages. EDI: #38.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). Biography: Soren Kierkegaard. Unpublished manuscript. 15 pages. EDI: #47.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). Chapter II. Principles and aims of developmental psychotherapyUnpublished manuscript. 16 pages. EDI: #28.

Dąbrowski, K. (n. d.) Cultural development and the Theory of Positive Disintegration. Unpublished manuscript. 7 pages. EDI: #44.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). The developmental and educational meaning of the inner psychic milieu. Unpublished manuscript. 7 pages. EDI: #49.  

Dąbrowski, K., in collaboration with M. Rankel [M. King]. (n.d.). Developmental psychotherapy: Psychotherapy based on the Theory of Positive Disintegration. Unpublished manuscript, University of Alberta, Departments of Psychology and Educational Psychology, Edmonton, AB. 323 pages. EDI: #35.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). Higher emotions and the objectivity of value judgments. Unpublished manuscript, University of Alberta, Departments of Psychology and Psychiatry, Edmonton, AB. 43 pages. EDI: #9.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). The implications of the Theory of Positive Disintegration for pastoral practice. Unpublished manuscript, University of Alberta, Departments of Psychology and Psychiatry, Edmonton, AB. 9 pages. EDI: #10.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). The institute for the authentic development of man. Unpublished manuscript, University of Alberta, Department of Psychology, Edmonton, AB. 32 pages. EDI: #55 F.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). The institute for the authentic development of man. Unpublished manuscript, University of Alberta, Department of Psychology, Edmonton, AB. 24 pages, Mimeograph, marked "First Draft". EDI: #55 G.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). Inner psychic milieuI. Unpublished manuscript, University of Alberta, Department of Psychology, Edmonton, AB. 24 pages. Contains a draft of Figure 1 that appeared as 1970, page 66. EDI: #12 A.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). Inner psychic milieu II. Unpublished manuscript, University of Alberta, Department of Psychology, Edmonton, AB. 15 pages. EDI: #12 B.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). Interneurotic and intraneurotic differences in levels of functions. Unpublished manuscript, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB. 3 pages. . EDI: #14 B.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). Interneurotic and intraneurotic differences in levels of functions. Unpublished manuscript. 15 pages. EDI: #14 C.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). Marriage counselling, sex education and family assistance. Abstract Unpublished manuscript. 1 page. Mimeograph. EDI: #36 B.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). Mental health. Unpublished manuscript. 9 pages. EDI: #16.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). Mental health and the meeting of cultures. Unpublished manuscript. 7 pages. EDI: #17.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). Miguel De Unamuno. Unpublished manuscript, Université Laval. 9 pages. Marked Paulette. EDI: #1.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). Multidimensional descriptive - Interpretative diagnosis in psychiatry as a basis for prognosis and treatment. Unpublished manuscript. 40 pages. Paper supported by a grant from the Division of Mental Health, Government of Alberta. EDI: #19.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). Normality, mental health and mental illness. Unpublished manuscript. 4 pages. EDI: #22. 

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). On authentic education. Unpublished manuscript. 103 pages. With a separate 4 page preface entitled Authentic Education. EDI: #39.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). Outline of the Theory of Positive Disintegration. Unpublished manuscript. 15 pages. Typed and Mimeographs. Duplicate of Appendix 4 in EDI: 65. also EDI: #23 A.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). Outline of the Theory of Positive Disintegration. Unpublished manuscript. 22 pages. Marked Yzhar Eylon Winnipeg Conference. EDI: #23 B.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). Outline of the Theory of Positive Disintegration. Unpublished manuscript. 21 pages. Mimeograph. EDI: #23 C.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). Partial projects. Unpublished manuscript, University of Alberta, Department of Psychology, Edmonton, AB. 14 pages. Research Proposals. EDI: #24.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). Positive frustration. Unpublished manuscript. 4 pages. EDI: #26.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). Program of research for next three years. Unpublished manuscript, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB. 3 pages. EDI: #58A.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). The psychic inner milieu and its main dynamisms. Unpublished manuscript. 4 pages.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). Psychoneurosis and the development of personality in a contemporary context. Unpublished manuscript, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB.15 pages. EDI: #33.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). Psychoneurosis is not an illness. Unpublished manuscript. 12 pages. EDI: #34.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). Psychopathy and psychoneurosis. Unpublished manuscript. 12 pages. EDI: #42A.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). Selected problems of marriage counselling and sex education in modern life. Unpublished manuscript. 3 pages. Mimeograph. EDI: #36 A.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). The tragedy of human sexuality. Unpublished manuscript. 4 pages. EDI: #45.  

Dąbrowski, K. (n.d.). What psychotherapy ought to be. Unpublished manuscript. 12 pages. EDI: #41.  

[Dąbrowski] - denotes works attributed to Dąbrowski but not having his name on them.

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Activation of the ideal. 3 pages. EDI: #57 H).  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). A. L.s level of development. Unpublished manuscript. 9 pages. Case Study. EDI: #50 B.  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). An attempt at interpreting the case of Peter in R. D. Laing The Divided Self from the standpoint of the Theory of Positive Disintegration and developmental therapy. Unpublished manuscript. 6 pages. EDI: #2.  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Authentism. Unpublished manuscript. 4 pages. Mimeograph. EDI: #46 A.  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Authentism. Unpublished manuscript. 5 pages. Compare to corresponding chapter in 1973 book. EDI: #46 B.  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Autonomy. 2 pages. EDI: #56 S).  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Biography: Ludwig Beethoven. Unpublished manuscript. 11 pages. EDI: #43 C.  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Camus's mother. Unpublished manuscript. 2 pages. A one-page poem and a second page, numbered 16 that contains a table in English and text in Polish. EDI: #51.  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Creative depression. 4 pages. EDI: #56 W).  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Creative psychopathology. 4 pages. EDI: #56 U).  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). A cursory glance at the similarities and differences between the work of Drs. Silverman, Laing and Perry and the Theory of Positive Disintegration. EDI: #3. Paper presented by Dąbrowski at a meeting titled "The Value of Psychotic Experience", Esalen, Big Sur, California, during the summer of 1968. 6 pages. This is a paper discussing the work of Drs. Julian Silverman, R. D. Laing and John Perry (a Jungian analyst from California). R. D. Laing was to attend but did not. See Anderson, (1983, p. 216), for a reference to this meeting. Anderson, W. (1983). The Upstart Spring. Reading MA: Addison Wesley Pub. Co.. The Esalen web page is http://www.esalen.org/ Here is an account from their old page: [a] series of workshops and seminars entitled The Value of Psychotic Experience, designed to integrate and extend the theories of John Perry, R. D. Laing, Fritz Perls, and Kazimierz Dąbrowski.
A biography of Julian Silverman is also given at: http://www.esalen.org/air/essays/julian_silverman.htm Julian Silverman, a beloved Esalen teacher and former Esalen general manager, passed away in April 2001. Julian Silverman was one of Esalen's brightest and most prolific spirits. In 1965 he came to us as a rising star at the National Institutes of Mental Health, having authored (at 32) more than fifty papers on subjects ranging from perceptual style to altered states to schizophrenia and shamanism. In the first years of his involvement with Esalen, he and Richard Price conceived a landmark study of new approaches to the treatment of schizophrenia, which began in 1968 at the Agnews State Hospital in California. Julian was chief on-site researcher for the project, where he also conducted a study of Rolfing that stands today as one of the finest pieces of research ever conducted on a somatic discipline. Julian was one of the most visionary and wide-ranging research psychologists of the twentieth century.  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Dementia praecox (Schizophrenia), 5 pages. EDI: #56 B).  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). The disposing and directing centre. 3 pages. EDI: #57 I).  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). The Effects of action of developmental factors in forms of levels of disintegration. Unpublished manuscript. 7 pages. EDI: #29.  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Emotion. 6 pages. EDI: #56 N).  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Empirico-evaluative compounds. 7 pages. EDI: #57 A).  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). The existentio-essentialist conjunct. 3 pages. EDI: #57 D).  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Homosexuality. 5 pages. EDI: #56 p).  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Humanistic psychology. 5 pages. EDI: #56 T).  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Hypochondria. (Two pages numbered 28 and 29). EDI: #56 Q).  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Identification. 3 pages. EDI: #56 O).  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Immunization through psychoneurosis. 5 pages. EDI: #56 X).  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Inhibition. 6 pages. EDI: #56 C).  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Instinct. 6 pages. EDI: #56 H).  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Instincts. Unpublished manuscript. 15 pages. Mimeograph. Contains Figure 1 -- also appears as 1996, page 31. EDI: #37.  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Intuition. 5 pages. EDI: #56 R).  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n. d.). Kinds and levels of psychic defenses of human beings from the perspective of the Theory of Positive Disintegration. Unpublished manuscript. 10 pages. With revisions in handwriting - revisions incorporated into word file. EDI: #6.  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n. d.). Multidimensional, multilevel, synthetic diagnosis. Unpublished manuscript. 8 pages. EDI: #18.  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n. d.). Negative adjustment and positive maladjustment. Unpublished manuscript. 3 pages. Compare to corresponding chapter in 1973 book. EDI: #21.  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Nervousness. 4 pages. EDI: #56 G).  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Neuroses and/or psychoneuroses. 6 pages. EDI: #56 F).  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Objectivization of emotional functions. 3 pages. EDI: #57 G).  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Outline of the Theory of Positive Disintegration. Unpublished manuscript. 36 pages. EDI: #23 D.  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). The paranoid and paranoid like process and structure. 5 pages. EDI: #56 V).  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Personality. (Principle characteristics of personality according to the Theory of Positive Disintegration). 3 pages. First page on Dąbrowski letterhead, University of Alberta. EDI: #56 A).  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Positive and accelerated development through disintegration and secondary integration. Unpublished manuscript. 39 pages. EDI: #7.  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Positive immaturity. 3 pages. EDI: #56 E).  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Positive psychic tension. 4 pages. EDI: #57 F).  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Positive regression. Unpublished manuscript. 3 pages. Compare to corresponding chapter in 1973 book. EDI: #27.  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Psychic conflict. 5 pages. EDI: #56 D).  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Psychological tensions and its levels in the perspective of the Theory of Positive Disintegration. Unpublished manuscript. 8 pages. EDI: #4.  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Psychoneurosis. Unpublished manuscript. 5 pages. Compare to corresponding chapter in 1973 book. EDI: #32.  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Psychonevrose et Creativite (Gerard De Nerval, Soren Kierkegaard, Jan Wadysaw Dawid, Miguel De Unamuno, Michel Ange, Marcel Proust, Ludwik (sic) Wittgenstein)  Unpublished manuscript. 30 pages, typed but poor copy. French. EDI: #43 A.  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Psychopathy. Unpublished manuscript. 4 pages. EDI: #42 C.  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Psychopathy and psychoneurosis. Unpublished manuscript. 3 pages. Compare to corresponding chapter in 1973 book. EDI: #42 B.  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Psychosis. 4 pages. EDI: #56 I).  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Responsibility. 5 pages. EDI: #57 K).  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Subjectivism and objectivism, developmental phenomena. Unpublished manuscript. 11 pages. EDI: #5.  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Subjectivity and objectivity in mental development and Education. 4 pages. EDI: #57 E).  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Spontaneous Multilevel Disintegration (#3). Unpublished manuscript. 8 pages. Marked "War Shock" on folder. EDI: #50 A.  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Syntony and empathy. 2 pages. EDI: #57 L).  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Transcendence of the biological life cycle. 6 pages. EDI: #57 C).  

[Dąbrowski, K.] (n.d.). Transcendence of the psychological type. 5 pages. EDI: #57 B).  

Dąbrowski, K., with the assistance of Dexter Amend (n.d.). Thoughts on positive disintegration. Unpublished manuscript, University of Alberta, Department of Psychology, Edmonton, AB. 134 pages. EDI: #59.  

Dąbrowski, K., & Golanska, B. (Eds.), (1969). Annotated Bibliography of Polish educational materials (August 1 to October 30, 1968). Washington, DC: Office of Education, Department of Health, Education, & Welfare (DHEW). Report Number: TT-69-50-000-1, ERIC Accession Number: ED030861 

Dąbrowski, K., Kawczak, A., & Piechowski, M. (n.d.). Mental growth through positive disintegration. 268 pages. This is a pre-publication manuscript of the book. KEA 

Dąbrowski, K., & Kawczak, A. (n.d.). The conceptual framework of the Theory Of Positive Disintegration. Unpublished manuscript. 17 pages. A glossary of terms for the T.P.D.  

Dąbrowski, K., Kawczak, A., & Piechowski, M. (n.d.). Addendum to mental growth through positive disintegration. Unpublished manuscript. 19 pages.  

Dąbrowski, K., & Joshi, Purushottam (1972). Different contemporary conceptions of mental health. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 4(2), 97-106. EDI: #52.  

Dąbrowski, K., & Piechowski, M. (1969). Les emotions superierieures et l'objectivite d'evaluation. Annales medico-psychologigues, Paris, 127(2), 589-613.  

Dąbrowski, K., & Piechowski, M. (1970, August 26-30). A graphic representation of the developmental stages of the inner psychic milieu. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec. 7 pages. EDI: #62 J), Appendix B - 7.  

Dąbrowski, K., & Piechowski, M. M. (1972). Multilevelness of instinctive and emotional functions: Volume 2 - Types and levels of development. Unpublished manuscript, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB. (Light Blue cover, 440 pages, with the assistance of Marlene King and Dexter R. Amend. A preliminary manuscript to Volume II of the 1977 Dabor publications).  

Dąbrowski, K., & Piechowski, M. M. (1977). Theory of levels of emotional development: Volume II - From primary integration to self-actualization. Oceanside, New York: Dabor Science Publications. (with the assistance of Marlene [Rankel] and Dexter R. Amend).  

Dąbrowski, K. & Piechowski, M. M. (with Rankel, M., & Amend, D. R.). (1996). Multilevelness of emotional and instinctive functions. Part 2: Types and Levels of Development. Lublin, Poland: Towarzystwo Naukowe Katolickiego Uniwersytetu Lubelskiego. A republication of the titles and text of the 1972 manuscript that was the basis of Part 2 of the 1977 Dabor book. Published in English with a new preface by Czeslaw Cekiera. 446 pages. ISBN # 83-86668-51-2. Published in one soft cover binding with Part 1, Dąbrowski, K. (1996b). 

Dąbrowski Definition Response Instrument. See Gage, Morse & Piechowski, (1981). 

Dąbrowski Gazette (continued as "The Dąbrowski Star", then the Dąbrowski Newsletter) 

Dąbrowski Newsletter  First issue October, 1994.  

Dąbrowski Overexcitability Questionnaire. See Lysy & Piechowski, (1983).  

Dąbrowski Research Group. (1980-86). Development and improvement of coding systems for overexcitabilities. Unpublished manuscript, Institute for the Study of Advanced Development, Denver, CO. SIL/86.  

Dąbrowski Research Group. (1981). Development of a system for rating intensities of overexcitabilities. Unpublished manuscript, Institute for the Study of Advanced Development, Denver, CO. SIL/86.  

Dąbrowski Research Group. (1984). Oral interview techniques. Unpublished manuscript, Institute for the Study of Advanced Development, Denver, CO. SIL/86.  

Dąbrowski Research Group. (1985a). Bibliography and holdings of research on Dąbrowski's theory of emotional development.  

Dąbrowski Research Group. (1985b). Overexcitability questionnaire, Form II. Definition response instrument, Form II. Unpublished manuscript, University of Denver, Denver, CO. SIL/86. (Institute for the Study of Advanced Development, Denver, CO.).  

Dąbrowski Research Group. (1986). Self-rating questionnaire. Unpublished manuscript, University of Denver, Denver, CO. SIL/86. (Institute for the Study of Advanced Development, Denver, CO.).  

Dąbrowski, J. (1993). Ontologic joy. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Alberta, Edmonton Alberta. 

Dai, D. Y., Swanson, J. A., & Cheng, H. (2011). State of Research on Giftedness and Gifted Education: A Survey of Empirical Studies Published During 1998—2010. Gifted Child Quarterly 55(2), 126-138, first published on February 10, 2011 doi:10.1177/0016986210397831  

Daniels, S. (1995). Images of creativity: The relationship of imagery, everyday cognition, and the creative potential of high school students with exceptional abilities in the arts and sciences. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of Wisconsin, Madison.  

Daniels, S. (1997). Creativity in the classroom: Characteristics, climate, and curriculum. In N. Colangelo & G. Davis (Eds.). Handbook of gifted education. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.  

Daniels, S. (1998). A kaleidoscope view: Reflections on the creative self. Roeper Review, 20(3), 154-158.   

Daniels, S. (2008). Living with intensity: Applications of TPD for parents, counselors, teachers and gifted adults. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Dąbrowski and Gifted Education: Beyond Overexcitabilities: Proceedings from the 8th International Congress of the Institute for Positive Disintegration in Human Development (p. 229). Unpublished Manuscript. (August 7 - 9, 2008 Canmore, Alberta, Canada). 

Daniels, S., & Kane, M. (1998). Dąbrowski in the classroom. In C. M. Ackerman (Ed.), Texturizing and Contextualizing: Proceedings from the 3rd International Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory (p. 151). Unpublished Manuscript. (The Third Biennial Conference on Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. July 10-12, 1998. Location: Kendall College, Evanston IL.). 

Daniels, S., & Piechowski, M. M. (2009). Living With Intensity: Understanding the Sensitivity, Excitability and Emotional Development of Gifted Children, Adolescents and Adults. Scottsdale, AZ: Great Potential Press. 

Daniels, S., & Piechowski, M. M. (2010). When intensity goes to school: Overexcitabilities, creativity, and the gifted child. In R. A. Beghetto, & J. C. Kaufman, (Eds.), Nurturing creativity in the classroom, (pp. 313-328). New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

Dawson, K. (1983). Friendship and the theory of positive disintegration. Unpublished master's thesis, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB. 

De Coster W. (1980). Adoleszenzkrisen und soziale Integration im fruhen Erwachsenenalter - From Praxis Der Kinderpsychologie Und Kinderpsychiarie. Vol. 29, No. 8 pp. 278-285.  

de Grace, G. (1973a). Beyond psychoneurosis and above determinism. Psychology, 10(4), 31-36.  

de Grace, G. (1973b). Values Differences according to actualization level. (French), Revue de Psychologie Appliqee 23, 209.  

de Grace, G. (1974a). Disequilibrium as an essential component of psychological health. Psychologia, 17, 65-70.  

de Grace, G. (1974b). The compatibility of anxiety and actualization. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 30(4), 566-568. 

de Grace, G. (1981). Life crises and personality development: Implications for therapy. In N. Duda (Ed.), Theory of positive disintegration: Proceedings of the third international conference (pp. 43-67). Miami, FL: Xerox. 

de Vries, C., & Johnson, D. (2006). Spiritual development: Spiritual crisis as positive maladjustment. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Positive Maladjustment: Theoretical, Educational and Therapeutic Perspectives. Proceedings from the Seventh International Congress of the Institute for Positive Disintegration in Human Development (pp. 44-67). Unpublished Manuscript. (August 3-5, 2006 Calgary, Alberta).  

de Wit, H. F. (1986). On contemplative psychology. In J. A. van Berlzen and J. M. van der Lans, (Eds.), Current issues in the psychology of religion (pp. 82-89). Amsterdam, Holland: Rodopi.  From the third international conference for European psychologists of religion, held 1985, Nijmegen, Netherlands.  

Definition Response Instrument (DRI). See Gage, Morse, & Piechowski, (1981).  

Degen, L. (1983). Adult development in marriage. Unpublished abstract of paper, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB. 

Delisle, J. R. (1986). Death with honors: Suicide among gifted adolescents. Journal of Counseling and Development, 64, 558-560. 

Delisle, J. R. (1992). Guiding the social and emotional development of gifted youth: A practical guide for educators and counselors. New York: Longman. 

De Saint-Exupery, A. (1965). A sense of life. New York: Funk & Wagnalls. Dr. Dąbrowski said that one of his favorite authors was Saint-Exupery. Usually one thinks of The little prince but some of Exupery's other works are very insightful in terms of Dąbrowski. For example, in this passage Saint-Exupery describes his train trip across Europe and his observations of the passengers, in particular of a child who he refers to as Mozart. He describes the child's father as a lump of clay - "The mystery is that they should have become these lumps of clay. Into what terrible mold were they forced? What was it that marked them like this, as if they had been put through a monstrous stamping machine? A deer, a gazelle, any animal grown old, preserves its grace. What is it that corrupts this wonderful clay of which man is kneaded?" This is the curse of factor two socialization that Dąbrowski talks about.
Saint-Exupery goes on to describe the child: "When by mutation a new rose is born in a garden, all the gardeners rejoice. They isolate the rose, tend it, foster it. But there is no gardener for men. This little Mozart will be shaped like the rest by the common stamping machine. This little Mozart will love shoddy music in the stench of night dives. This little Mozart is condemned. I went back to my sleeping car. I said to myself: Their fate causes these people no suffering: It is not an impulse to charity that has upset me like this. I am not weeping over an eternally open wound. Those who carry the wound do not feel it. It is the human race and not the individual that is wounded here, is outraged here. I do not believe in pity. What torments me tonight is the gardener's point of view. What torments me is not this poverty to which after all a man can accustom himself as easily as to sloth. Generations of Orientals live in filth and love it. What torments me is neither the humps nor the hollows nor the ugliness. It is the sight, a little bit in all these men, of Mozart murdered. "
In the above passage we also see another key characteristic of primary integration that Dąbrowski described: these adults feel no suffering over there situation. There is no sense of internal conflict that would be present if any developmental potential existed in these individuals.  

Dietrich, A. (2004). The cognitive neuroscience of creativity. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 11, 1011-1026.  

Dietrich, A. (2007). Who is afraid of a cognitive neuroscience of creativity? Methods, 41, 518-524. 

Dietrich, A., & Kanso, R. (2010). A review of EEG, ERP and neuroimaging studies of creativity and insight. Psychological Bulletin, 136, 822-848. 

Dijkstra, P., Barelds, D. P. H., Ronner, S., & Nauta, A. P. (2012). Personality and well-being: Do the intellectually gifted differ from the general population? Advanced Development Journal, 13, 103-118. 

Dinges, N., & Duffy, L. (1979). Culture and competence. In A. J., Marsella, R. Tharp, & T. T. Ciborowski (Eds.), Perspectives on cross-cultural psychology (pp. 209-232). New York: Academic Press. Conference proceedings on cross-cultural psychology, University of Hawaii, 1978.  

Dodd, A. (2002). Applying Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration Within the Classroom. AGATE: Journal of the Gifted and Talented Education Council of The Alberta Teachers' Association, 15 (2),33-46.  

Dodez, O., Zelhart, P., & Markley, R. (1982). Compatibility of self actualization and anxiety. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 38(4), 696-702.  

Domroese, C. (1993, August). Investigating an alternate method for identifying gifted students. Research Project, Unpublished manuscript.  

Doramus, H. (2008). Introduction of the concept of multilevel actualization. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Dąbrowski and Gifted Education: Beyond Overexcitabilities: Proceedings from the 8th International Congress of the Institute for Positive Disintegration in Human Development (pp. 185-205). Unpublished Manuscript. (August 7 - 9, 2008 Canmore, Alberta, Canada). 

Duda, J. (2004). Divorce and The Disintegrative Process. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Developmental Potential - From Theory to Practice: Educational and Therapeutic perspectives (pp. 217-226). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Sixth International Congress of the Institute For Positive Disintegration in Human Development June 24-26, 2004 Calgary, Alberta, Canada.) 

Duda, J. (2008). Tragic gifts interpreted. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Dąbrowski and Gifted Education: Beyond Overexcitabilities: Proceedings from the 8th International Congress of the Institute for Positive Disintegration in Human Development (pp. 125-151). Unpublished Manuscript. (August 7 - 9, 2008 Canmore, Alberta, Canada). 

Duda, N. (Ed.). (1981). Theory of Positive Disintegration: Proceedings of the third international conference. Miami, FL: Xerox. 

Duda, N. (2002). Open forum: the Institute, TPD and the future. In N. Duda, (Ed.), Positive Disintegration: The Theory of the future. 100th Dąbrowski anniversary program on the man, the theory, the application and the future (pp. 363-368). Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Fidlar Doubleday. [The Proceedings from the Fifth International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, held in Ft. Lauderdale, FL., November 7 - 10, 2002.] 

Duda, N. (Ed.). (2002). Positive disintegration: The theory of the future. 100th Dąbrowski anniversary program on the man, the theory, the application and the future. Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Fidlar Doubleday. (Proceedings from the Fifth International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, held in Ft. Lauderdale, FL., November 7 - 10, 2002.). 

Duda, N. (2004). How inter and intra-neurotic levels of psychoneurosis and psychosis reflect developmental levels and developmental potential. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Developmental Potential - From Theory to Practice: Educational and Therapeutic perspectives (pp. 93-99). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Sixth International Congress of the Institute For Positive Disintegration in Human Development June 24-26, 2004 Calgary, Alberta, Canada.) 

Duda, N. (2008). Tragic gifts interpreted. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Dąbrowski and Gifted Education: Beyond Overexcitabilities: Proceedings from the 8th International Congress of the Institute for Positive Disintegration in Human Development (pp. 125-151). Unpublished Manuscript. (August 7 - 9, 2008 Canmore, Alberta, Canada). 

Duda, N., & Duda, J. (2006). Positive maladjustment in clinical practice and positive maladjustment created by the clash of personal values and work environment. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Positive Maladjustment: Theoretical, Educational and Therapeutic Perspectives. Proceedings from the Seventh International Congress of the Institute for Positive Disintegration in Human Development (pp. 140-140). Unpublished Manuscript. (August 3-5, 2006 Calgary, Alberta). 

Dumont, J. (1981). In search of Kazimierz Dąbrowski. (Part 1) Alberta Psychology, 10(4), 5. 

Dumont, J. (1981). In search of Kazimierz Dąbrowski. (Part 2) Alberta Psychology, 10(5), 8. 

Dumont, J. (1982). In Search of Kazimierz Dąbrowski. (Part 3) Alberta Psychology, 11(1), 7. 

Dutton-Douglas, M. A., & Walker, L. E. A. (Eds). (1988). Feminist psychotherapies: Integration of therapeutic and feminist systems. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.  

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Eastham, K., Coates, D., &Allodi, F. (1970). The concept of crisis. Canadian Psychiatric Association Journal, 15(5), 463-472. 

Edmunds, A. L., & Edmunds G. A. (2005). Social and Emotional Development: Sensitivity: A Double-Edged Sword for the Pre-Adolescent and Adolescent Gifted Child. Roeper Review, 27(2), 69-77.  

Egan, E. (1970, August 26-30). Interiorization and the crisis of identity: An ethical and cultural approach. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec.  9 pages. EDI: #62 J), Appendix B - 9.  

Ely, E. I. (1995). The overexcitability questionnaire: An alternative method for identifying creative giftedness in seventh grade junior high school students. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Kent State University, OH.

Emmerglick, L. J. (1981). Positive disintegration in health care ministering to the human spirit. In N. Duda (Ed.), Theory of positive disintegration: Proceedings of the third international conference (pp. 69-73). Miami, FL: Xerox. 

Ericsson, K. A., Roring, R. W., Nandagopal, K. (2007). Giftedness and evidence for reproducibly superior performance: An account based on the expert-performance framework. High Ability Studies, 18(1), 3-56. 

Falk, R. F. (1981a). (Developmental potential of freshmen sociology majors: Results of paired comparison test and OEQ and DRI ratings). Unpublished raw data. SIL/86. (Institute for the Study of Advanced Development, Denver, CO.). 

Falk, R. F. (1981b). Paired comparison test. Unpublished manuscript, University of Denver, Denver, CO. SIL/86. (Institute for the Study of Advanced Development, Denver, CO.).  

Falk, R. F. (1982a, April). The social self and emotional development: A preliminary draft of some preliminary thoughts. Paper presented at the Western Social Sciences Association Annual Convention, Denver, Co.  11 pages. Refers to Dąbrowski.  

Falk, R. F. (1982b, October). Temperament, emotional development and Dąbrowski's theory. Paper presented at the National Association for Gifted Children Conference, New Orleans, La.  12 pages. 

Falk, R. F. (1982c, October). Temperament, emotional development and Dąbrowski's theory. Paper presented at the Western Social Science Association Annual Convention, Albuquerque, NM. NEL/B. It is not clear if he gave two papers, or if this is an incorrect reference to Falk, (1982b).  

Falk, R. F. (1983, April). A review and critique of recent sociology of emotions literature. Paper presented at the Western Social Science Association Silver Anniversary Meeting, Albuquerque, NM. NEL/B.  

Falk, R. F. (1984, August). A critique of the symbolic interaction of emotions. Revision of a paper given at the American Sociological Association Meetings, San Antonio, Texas.  33 pages. Refers to Dąbrowski.  

Falk, R. F. (n.d.). Development and Dąbrowski's theory. Unpublished manuscript.  Annotated pp.1-12  

Falk, R. F., & Lind, S., (1999). The Overexcitability Questionnaire OEQII: Development and Testing. pp. 101-107 in Proceedings from the 3rd International Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory: Texturizing and Contextualizing Dąbrowski's Theory, edited by C. M. Ackerman. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University.  

Falk, R. F., Lind, S., Miller, N. B., Piechowski, M. M., & Silverman, L. K. (1999). The Overexcitability Questionnaire-Two (OEQII): Manual, Scoring System, and Questionnaire. (Available from the Institute for the Study of Advanced Development, 1452 Marion St., Denver, CO 80218).  

Falk, R. F., Manzanero, J. B., & Miller, N. B. (1997). Developmental potential in Venezuelan and American artists: A cross-cultural validity study. Creativity Reasearch Journal, 10(2 & 3), 201-206.  

Falk, R. & Miller, N. B. (1998). The reflexive self: A sociological perspective. Roeper Review, 20(3), 150-153. doi:10.1080/02783199809553881 

Falk, R. F., Piechowski, M. M., & Lind, S. (1994, May). Criteria for rating the intensity of overexcitabilities. Unpublished manuscript.  Running head "OEQ Manual".  

Falk, R. F., & Piirto, J. (2000). Convergent Validity: OEQ and OEQII Comparisons. In N. Bouchet, & J. Toth (Eds.), The Labyrinth: Safe Journey and Homecoming (pp. 204-212). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Fourth Biennial Advanced Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory. July 6-9, 2000. Location: Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada.). 

Falk, R. F, Yakmaci-Guzel, B., Chang, A., Pardo, R., & Chavez-Eakle, R. A. (2008). Measuring overexcitability: Replication across five countries. In S. Mendaglio (Ed.). Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration (pp. 183-199). Scottsdale AZ: Great Potential Press, Inc.  

Fassino, S., Piero, A., Gramaglia, C., Daga, G. A., Gandione, M. Rovera, G. & Bartocci, G. (2006). Clinical, Psychological, and Personality Correlates of Asceticism in Anorexia Nervosa: From Saint Anorexia to Pathologic Perfectionism. Transcultural Psychiatry, 43, 600-614. doi:10.1177/1363461506070785 

Feeney, D. J., Jr. (1996). Purposeful Self: Accessing Sensory Motifs as Empowerment in Flow States and Clinical Interventions. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 36, 94-115.  

Felder, R. F. (1982, October). Developmental potential of chemical engineering and gifted education graduate students. Paper presented at the National Association for Gifted Children conference, New Orleans, LA. SIL/86.  

Felder, R. F. (1985). (OEQ/DRI responses of gifted education and chemical engineering graduate students). Unpublished raw data. 

Fiedler, E. (1996). Entering greater understanding of one's self Dąbrowski's Theory as the doorway. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Perspectives on the self: The second biennial conference on Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration. (pp. 220-232). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the second biennial conference on Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration May 22-25, 1996 Kananaskis, Alberta, Canada.) 

Fiedler, E. D. (1998). Denial of anger / denial of self: Dealing with the dilemmas. Roeper Review, 20(3), 158-161. 

Fiedler, E. D. (1999). Gifted children: The promise of potential/the problems of potential. In V. Schwean & D. Saklofske (Eds.) (pp. 401-441), Handbook of Psychosocial Characteristics of Exceptional Children. New York: Kluwer/Plenum. 

Fiedler, E. (2012). You don't outgrow it! Giftedness across the lifespan. Advanced Development Journal, 13, 23-41. 

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Fingarette, H. (1988). Heavy drinking: The myth of alcoholism as a disease. Berkeley: University of California Press.  See page 117; utilizes a model similar to Dąbrowski's Levels. Does not refer to Dąbrowski.  

Finlay, L. (2002). Kazimierz Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration and Its Implication for Gifted Students. AGATE: Journal of the Gifted and Talented Education Council of The Alberta Teachers' Association, 15(2), 23-28. 

Fisher, E. (1994, June). The Therapeutic application of Dąbrowski's Theory with gifted clients. Paper presented at the 1994 Dąbrowski Symposium, Keystone, CO. 

Fisher, E. (1996). Chaos theory, a model for our children based upon Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Perspectives on the self: The second biennial conference on Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration. (pp.126-135). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the second biennial conference on Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration May 22-25, 1996 Kananaskis, Alberta, Canada.) 

Fisher, E. (2002). Rachel and ecstasy: The flowering of a woman over 50. In N. Duda, (Ed.), Positive Disintegration: The Theory of the future. 100th Dąbrowski anniversary program on the man, the theory, the application and the future (pp. 249-282). Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Fidlar Doubleday. [The Proceedings from the Fifth International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, held in Ft. Lauderdale, FL., November 7 - 10, 2002.] 

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Fletcher, H. (2001, September 6). Touched by an angel; The Bright Stuff. Westword Magazine (Denver), 34, 35, 37, 38, 40, 42. (cover story) This is the story of Justin Chapman, an apparent child prodigy that Linda Silverman tested at an IQ of 298. Dr. Silverman presented the child as an example of a "new species of human sent from heaven to reform the earth". Unfortunately, the child turned out to be a fraud, his mother coaching him on the tests. Also see Konigsberg, E. (2006).
Below are PDF links to the Denver magazine story and to the subsequent debunking in the New York Times which appeared March 2, 2002. Finally, an update on the case is provided from the Rocky Mountain News, June 5, 2008.
Here is a brief excerpt from the Denver magazine "Gifted children are otherworldly, Linda Silverman says. The challenge is helping them thrive here on earth." "Silverman and her staff have identified 631 children with IQs above the genius level of 160. More than a hundred have exceeded 180; thirty have topped 200. Within the next ten years, Silverman says, these children could change the world. And they won't wait for adults to do it. "These are not like kids I met twenty years ago. We call them The New Children. We've never seen anything like them. The impossible is becoming possible. In my heart of hearts, I believe we're witnessing the evolution of human consciousness."
NYT debunking.
Follow-up story.
Satire: Dandelion children. 

Flint, L. J. (2001). Challenges of identifying and serving gifted children with ADHD. Teaching Exceptional Children, 33(4), 62-9. The challenges of identifying and serving gifted children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are discussed. Diagnosing gifted children with ADHD is not simple and may be complicated by the psychological overexcitabilities often present in creatively, academically, intellectually, or otherwise gifted people. In addition, the negative behavioral manifestations of ADHD may keep these children from performing well on group tests. Educators should place gifted children with ADHD in classrooms where expectations are high and teaching is holistic, relevant, challenging, and meaningful. Home-school communication is essential for the success of gifted children with ADHD, and teachers should be willing to teach to the strengths of these children while remediating their weaknesses.  

Fodor, E. M. (1995). Subclinical manifestations of psychosis-proness, ego strength, and creativity. Person. Individ. Diff. 18(5), 635-642. 

Ford, D. Y., & Harris, J. J. (2000). A framework for infusing multicultural curriculum into gifted education. Roeper Review, 23, 4-10. doi:10.1080/02783190009554054 

Fornia, G. L., & Frame, M. W. (2001). The Social and Emotional Needs of Gifted Children: Implications for Family Counseling, The Family Journal, 9(4), 384-390.  

Forstadt, L. (2009). [Review of the book Living With Intensity: Understanding the Sensitivity, Excitability, and the Emotional Development of Gifted Children, Adolescents, and Adults, by S. Daniels & M. M. Piechowski (Eds)]. Roeper Review, 31(2), 130-131. doi: 10.1080/02783190902737749 

Forstadt, L., & Shaine, J. (2009). [Review of the book Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration by S. Mendaglio (Ed.)]. Roeper Review, 31(2), 129-130. doi: 10.1080/02783190902738036  

Frank, A. J., & Mcbee, M. T. (2003). The use of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone to Discuss Identity Development with Gifted Adolescents, Journal of Secondary Gifted Education, 15(1), 33-40.  

Frank, J. (2006). Portrait of an inspirational teacher of the gifted. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta.  

Frank, J. (2007). Portrait of An Inspirational Teacher of The Gifted: a story to tell, a willingness to be heard. (Recent Dissertation Research in Gifted Studies). Roeper Review 29(2), 141.  

Frank, J., Curties, H., & Finlay, G. (Eds.). (2009). Imagining the way: Proceedings from the 19th Annual SAGE Conference. Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the 19th Annual SAGE Conference. November 7-8, 2008, University of Calgary, Calgary AB.). 

Fraser, D. (2010). Creativity, mood disorders and the aesthetic. Gifted Education International, 27, 84-96. 

Fuchs, C. E. (1998). Sensitivity, flexibility, and originality as components of the creative process. Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences. Vol 58(11-A), May 1998, pp. 4184. 

Funk, J. R. (2008). [Review of the book "Mellow out", they say. If I only could. Intensities and sensitivities of the young and bright. by M. Piechowski]. Gifted Child Quarterly, 52(1), 102-104. doi: 10.1177/0016986207311053 

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Gage, D. F., Morse P. A., & Piechowski, M. M. (1981). Measuring levels of emotional development. Genetic Psychology Monographs, 103(1), 129-152. This article was the foundation for the development of the specific questions used in the Definition Response Instrument. I hold an undated 5 item version titled "Dąbrowski's Definition Response Instrument (DRI)" (which was used in research), and a second, undated version, entitled the Definition Response Instrument, consisting of 6 questions.  

Gallagher, J. J. (1990). Editorial: The public and professional perception of the emotional status of gifted children. Journal for the Education of the Gifted, 13(3), 202-211.  Mentions Dąbrowski (but gives no reference) under a section titled "supersensitivity" (p. 205).  

Gallagher, S. A. (1983). A comparison of Dąbrowski's concept of overexcitabilities with measures of creativity and school achievement in sixth grade students. Unpublished master's thesis, University of Arizona. 

Gallagher, S. A. (1985). A comparison of the concept of overexcitabilities with measures of creativity and school achievement in 6th grade students. Roeper Review, 8, 115-119. doi:10.1080/02783198509552950 

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Gatto-Walden, P. (1998). Living in the theory: a facilitated discussion. In C. M. Ackerman (Ed.), Texturizing and Contextualizing: Proceedings from the 3rd International Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory (p. 80). Unpublished Manuscript. (The Third Biennial Conference on Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. July 10-12, 1998. Location: Kendall College, Evanston IL.). 

Gaudette, L. M. (1981). The Theory of Positive Disintegration in the light of developmental psychology. In N. Duda (Ed.), Theory of positive disintegration: Proceedings of the third international conference (pp. 241-247). Miami, FL: Xerox. 

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Gladys, J., & Duda, L. (2002). The theory of positive disintegration conference: opinion survey summary. In N. Duda, (Ed.), Positive Disintegration: The Theory of the future. 100th Dąbrowski anniversary program on the man, the theory, the application and the future (pp. 369-372). Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Fidlar Doubleday. [The Proceedings from the Fifth International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, held in Ft. Lauderdale, FL., November 7 - 10, 2002.] 

Goerss, J., Amend, E. R., Webb, J. T., Webb, N. E., & Beljan, P. (2006). Comments on Mika's critique of Hartnett, Nelson, and Rinn's article, "gifted or ADHD? The possibilities of misdiagnosis. " Roeper Review 28(4), 249-251.  

Gowan, J. C. (1975). Trance, Art and Creativity. Buffalo, New York: Creative Education Foundation.  Printed privately. 

Grant, B. (1982). A brief review of the literature on giftedness, creativity and mental imagery. Unpublished manuscript.  

Grant, B. (1988). Four voices: Life history studies of moral development. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL.  

Grant, B. (1990). Moral development: Theories and lives. Advanced Development: A Journal on Adult Giftedness, 2, 85-91.  

Grant, B. (1992). Critical life history methodology in the study of the moral development of gifted adults. In N. Colangelo, S. G. Assouline, & D. L. Ambroson (Eds.), Talent development: Proceedings of the 1991 Jocelyn Wallace national research symposium on talent development (pp. 392-393). Unionville, New York: Trillium Press.  

Grant, B. (1995). The place of achievement in the life of the spirit and the education of gifted students. Roeper Review, 18, 132-134 doi:10.1080/02783199509553715 

Grant, B. (2002). Looking Through the Glasses: J. D. Salinger's Wise Children and Gifted Education. Gifted Child Quarterly, 46; 6-14.
Quote: In the field of gifted education, suffering is counseled away and prevented, even, through professional intervention, and growth is channeled into the narrow parameters acceptable at school. Even proponents of the most radical and broadest view of human development in the field, Dąbrowski's theory of emotional development (Dąbrowski & Piechowski, 1977; Piechowski, 1991), which honors a certain sort of inner conflict and certain empathic perceptions of others' suffering as a necessary phase of growth, are, when they recommend programs and courses of action, as school-bound as everyone else (e.g., Silverman, 1993). The difference between the Glasses and the field of gifted education lies in the respect they pay to moral suffering, which reflects the stakes for which each is playing.  

Grant, B. A., & Piechowski, M. M. (1999). Theories and the good: Toward child-centered gifted education. Gifted Child Quarterly, 43, 4-12. 

Gratton, C. (1967). Summaries of selected works on neurosis and personal growth: Selected subject bibliography covering past ten years. Humanitas, III(2), 219-235.  

Gratton, C. (1970). Summaries of selected works on self destruction and self creation. Humanitas, VI(1), 117-134. 

Gray, C. B. (2000). Mental Illness, responsibility, and liability: Positive disintegration, individual psychology and the insanity defense. In S. A. Wawrytko (Ed.),. The problem of evil: An intercultural exploration. Value Book Series (pp. 127-136). Atlanta, Georgia: Rodopi Bv Editions. This chapter clarifies some of the ways moral practice and psychotherapy influence each other. Two psychotherapeutic practices are compared: Kazimierz Dąbrowski's "Positive Disintegration" and Alfred Alder's "Individual Psychology". The outcome supports the greater usefulness of one of these for assigning responsibility and liability. They have been selected because both manage to avoid folding crime and illness, immorality and irresponsibility into each other. Both place a premium upon the exercise of responsibility, without considering every such exercise morally or legally upright. 

Greene, L. A. (1982). Dąbrowski's theory of emotional development and Loevinger's theory of ego development: A direct comparison. Unpublished master's thesis, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. 

Greenspan, T. S. (2000). "Healthy perfectionism" is an oxymoron! Reflections on the psychology of perfectionism and the sociology of science. The Journal of Secondary Gifted Education, 11, 197-208. 

Greenspon, T. S. (1998). The gifted self: Its role in development and emotional health. Roeper Review, 20, 162-167. 

Greenspon, T. S. (2000b). The self experience of the gifted person: theory and definitions. Roeper Review, 22(3), 176-81.  

Grobman, J. (2006). Underachievement in Exceptionally Gifted Adolescents and Young Adults: A Psychiatrist's View. Journal of Secondary Gifted Education, 17(4), 197-198.  

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Gross, C. M., Rinn, A. N. & Jamieson, K. M. (2007). Gifted adolescents' overexcitabilities and self-concepts: an analysis of gender and grade level.(Patterns of Overexcitability). Roeper Review, 29(4), 240-249.  

Gross, M. U. M. (1989). The pursuit of excellence or the search for intimacy? The forced‐choice dilemma of gifted youth. Roeper Review, 11, 189-194 doi:10.1080/02783198909553207 

Gruba-McCallister, F. (1992). Becoming self through suffering: The Irenean theodicy. Advanced Development, 4, 49-58. 

Gust, K. L. (1996). Assessing the social and emotional needs of the gifted. Gifted Child Today Magazine, 19, 38-40. The Children's Self-Report and Projective Inventory (CSRPI) is a relatively new tool that can be used for evaluating the social and emotional needs of gifted children. The CSRPI is an individually administered, multimethod instrument intended for all children aged 5 to 12 years, but it has been especially useful in the assessment of gifted and talented students. The inventory consists of eight components utilizing self-report and projective measures, including four drawing tasks, two self-report measures, and two verbal projective tasks. A case study outlining the use of the CSRPI is provided, showing background information, test/behavioral observations, and an interpretation of the results.  

Gust-Brey, K., & Cross, T. L. (1999). An examination of the literature base on the suicidal behaviors of gifted students. Roeper Review, 22(1), 28-35.  

Gutbezahl, J., & Averill, J. R. (1996). Individual Differences in Emotional Creativity as Manifested in Words and Pictures. Creativity Research Journal, 9 (4), 327-338. 

Hague, W. J. (1973). Positive disintegration and the group movement. Western Psychologist, 4(2), 21-26.  

Hague, W. J. (1976). Positive disintegration and moral education. Journal of Moral Education, 5(3), 231-240.  

Hague, W. J. (1977). Counseling as a moral conflict: Making the disintegration positive. Canadian Counsellor, 12(1), 41-46. 

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Hague, W. J. (1981b). Implications for the Theory of Positive Disintegration for psychotherapy. In N. Duda (Ed.), Theory of positive disintegration: Proceedings of the third international conference (pp. 75-83). Miami, FL: Xerox. 

Hague, W. J. (1981b). Implications for the Theory of Positive Disintegration for psychotherapy. Alberta Psychology10(4) 6-9.  

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Hague, W. J. (1986). New perspectives on religious and moral development. Edmonton, Alberta: University of Alberta.  The 10-chapter book presents a holistic approach to teaching religious and moral development emphasizing the essential unity of human nature and the convergence in recent years of religion and the science of psychology. Primarily a two-part psychological study, it discusses the varieties of religious experience and the role of emotion in human development and morality. The chapters include: What Is Religion?; Psychology and Religion-An Historical Overview; Religion as Development-the Contributions of Allport, Maslow, Erikson and Fowler; Dąbrowski and Positive Disintergration Theory; What Is Morality?; What Does Religion Have to Do with Morality?; Theories of Justification; Objectivity of Values; The Ethics of Aesthetics-The Aesthetics of Ethics; and The Ways of Moral Education. An eight-page list of references concludes the document.  

Hague, W. J. (1988). Toward a holistic psychology of valuing. Counseling and Values, 33(1), 32-46.  

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Hague, W. J. (1994). Authentic morality: The route to high moral ground. Advanced Development, 6, 11-26. 

Hague, W. J. (1995). Evolving Spirituality. Edmonton, Alberta: Department of Educational Psychology, University of Alberta.  Contains two chapters on Positive Disintegration and religious development.  

Hague, W. J. (1998). The space between the stars: Beyond secondary integration. In C. M. Ackerman (Ed.), Texturizing and Contextualizing: Proceedings from the 3rd International Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory (pp. 3-10). Unpublished Manuscript. (The Third Biennial Conference on Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. July 10-12, 1998. Location: Kendall College, Evanston IL.). 

Hague, W. J. (1998). Is there moral giftedness? Gifted Education International, 12, 170-174.  

Hague, W. J. (2000). Dąbrowski's paradox from theory to fact: The sources of Dąbrowski's theory. In N. Bouchet, & J. Toth (Eds.), The Labyrinth: Safe Journey and Homecoming (pp. 9-20). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Fourth Biennial Advanced Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory. July 6-9, 2000. Location: Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada.).  

Hague, W. J. (2010). Development through values and intuition in the theory of positive disintegration. (A. Danko, Trans.) Heksis, 1, Unpaginated. Retrieved from http://www.heksis.com/ HEKSIS

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Hazell, C. G. (1999) The experience of emptiness and the use of Dąbrowski's theory in counseling gifted clients: Clinical case examples. Advanced Development, 8, 31-46.

Hazell, C. G. (2003). The Experience of Emptiness. Bloomington, IN: 1St Books Library.  

Hazell, C. (2004). This presentation will demonstrate useful linkages between psychodynamic object relations theory and the theory of positive disintegration. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Developmental Potential - From Theory to Practice: Educational and Therapeutic perspectives (p. 182). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Sixth International Congress of the Institute For Positive Disintegration in Human Development June 24-26, 2004 Calgary, Alberta, Canada.) 

Hazell, C. (2006). Alterity and the Theory of Positive Disintegration: An Organizing Template. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Positive Maladjustment: Theoretical, Educational and Therapeutic Perspectives. Proceedings from the Seventh International Congress of the Institute for Positive Disintegration in Human Development (pp. 141-159). Unpublished Manuscript. (August 3-5, 2006 Calgary, Alberta).  

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Scope and method of study. The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between psychological intensities (Dąbrowski, 1964) and indicators of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (AD/HD) in terms of Barkley's theory. The seven factor scores plus the total score for the Kitano Parent Questionnaire (KPQ) and the five subscales for the ADHD Comprehensive Teacher's Rating Scale (ACTeRS) were used in simple correlations, t-tests, and simple linear regression analyses to test the hypotheses. Findings and conclusions. The Chronbach's Alpha on the KPQ was .87 for the total score, with other scales ranging from .71 to .42, except for Task Commitment, which was weakest at -.15 and showed no internal consistency reliability. All PKQ factors and total score were found to be significantly negatively correlated with the subscale of Hyperactivity, which indicates that as parents rated their children high in the psychological intensities, ratings in Hyperactivity would decrease, indicating problematic behavior. Five PKQ scores were significantly negatively correlated with Early Childhood, which indicates that when parents viewed their children high in these psychological intensities, they saw difficult behaviors in their children at a very young age. Three PKQ scores negatively correlated with Attention. When parents regarded their children as having the other two psychological intensities, they also considered them as having difficulties sustaining attention. Children with hyperactivity problems were perceived by their parents as having Dąbrowski's psychological intensities, which are related to advanced developmental potential. No significant gender differences were found. Rather than being distinct, the constructs of these two theories were found to overlap. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2005 APA, all rights reserved).  

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Jackson, P. S. (1995). Bright star: Black sky origins and manifestations of the depressed state in the lived experience of the gifted adolescent. Unpublished master's thesis, Vermont College of Norwich University, Northfield, VT.  

Jackson, P. S. (1996). Bright star: Black sky. Origins and manifestations of the depressed state in the lived experience of the gifted adolescent. A phenomenological study. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Perspectives on the self: The second biennial conference on Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration. (pp. 90-125). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the second biennial conference on Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration May 22-25, 1996 Kananaskis, Alberta, Canada.) 

Jackson, P. S. (1998a). Bright star -- black sky. A phenomenological study of depression as a window into the psyche of the gifted adolescent. Roeper Review, 20(3), 215-221.   

Jackson, P. S. (1998b). Eleven men and an elephant. [no paper provided] In C. M. Ackerman (Ed.), Texturizing and Contextualizing: Proceedings from the 3rd International Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory. Unpublished Manuscript. (The Third Biennial Conference on Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. July 10-12, 1998. Location: Kendall College, Evanston IL.). 

Jackson, P. S. (2004). Becoming a person: A Dąbrowskian perspective [No Paper was supplied by the speaker.] In W. Tillier (Ed.), Developmental Potential - From Theory to Practice: Educational and Therapeutic perspectives (p. 183). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Sixth International Congress of the Institute For Positive Disintegration in Human Development June 24-26, 2004 Calgary, Alberta, Canada.) 

Jackson, P. S. (2008, in press). Integral practice and radical programming with highly gifted learners. In J. Castellano (Ed.), A Kaleidoscope of Special Populations in Gifted Education. Waco. TX: Prufrock Press. 

Jackson, P. S., & Moyle, V. F. (2009). With Dąbrowski in mind: Reinstating the outliers in support of full-spectrum development. Roeper Review, 31(3), 150-160. doi: 10.1080/02783190902993607 . 

Jackson, P. S., Moyle, V., & Piechowski, M. M. (2009). Emotional life and psychotherapy of the gifted in light of Dąbrowski's theory. In L. Shavinina (Ed.), International handbook on giftedness (437-465). New York: Springer.  

Jackson, P. S., & Peterson, J. (2003). Depressive Disorder in Highly Gifted Adolescents. Journal of Secondary Gifted Education, 14(3), 175-187.
 

Jacobsen, M. (1999). Arousing the sleeping giant: giftedness in adult psychotherapy. Roeper Review, 22(1), 36-41. 

James, W. (1899/1900). On Some Of Life's Ideals. New York: Henry Holt and Company.  Does not refer to Dąbrowski. Contains an essay, On a Certain Blindness in Human Beings, that presents a description very similar to Dąbrowski's overexcitabilities. This work is very rare, however the essays were added to a larger book, Talks to teachers on psychology, a very popular and widely read book. I have also provided the next chapter as well, William James 2 

Jamison, K. R. (1995a). An unquiet mind: A memoir of moods and madness. New York: A. Knopf. 

Jamison, K. R. (1995b, February). Manic-depressive illness and creativity. Scientific American, 272(2), 68-73. 

Jastrzebski, A. (2010). Decentralization of the 'self' in psychology. Heksis, 1, Unpaginated. Retrieved from http://www.heksis.com/ HEKSIS

Jawer, M. (2005). Environmental sensitivity: A neurobiological phenomenon? Seminars in Integrative Medicine, 3(3), 104 – 109. 

Jennaway, A., & Merrotsy, P. (2011). Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration and its use with gifted children. TalentEd, 27, 61–67. Retrieved from http://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=893986622955403;res=IELHSS

Jensen, P. (2008). Igniting the Third Factor: Lessons from a Lifetime of Working with Olympic Athletes, Coaches and Business Leaders. Rockwood, Ontario: Performance Coaching. 

Johnson, F. (1973). Psychological alienation: Isolation and self-estrangement. In F. Johnson (Ed.). Alienation: Concept, Term, and Meanings (pp. 369-404). New York: Seminar Press.  

Johnson, F. (1975). Psychological alienation: Isolation and self-estrangement. Psychoanalytic Review, 62(3), 369-405. 

Joshi, P. (1970, August 26-30). Some reactions of a social psychologist to positive disintegration. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec. 15 pages. EDI: #62 J), Appendix B - 22.  

Joshi, P. (1975a). Functional analysis of contemporary mental health. Annales Medico-Psychologiques, 133, 425-450. (French).  

Joshi, P. (1975b). Memoires originaux: une aualyse fonctinelle de la saute mentale contemporaire. Annales Medico-Psychologiques, 1 (4), 27-45. NEL C.  

Jourard, S. M. (1974). Healthy personality: An approach from the viewpoint of humanistic psychology. New York: Macmillan.  

Juntune, J. E. (2009). Positive disintegration. In B. Kerr (Ed.), Encyclopedia of giftedness, creativity and talent Volume 2 (pp. 689 -- 691). Thousand Oaks CA: Sage.  

Kane, M. (2003). A conversation with Annemarie Roeper: A view from the self. Roeper Review, 26(1), 5-11. 

Kane, M. M. (2006). A view from the self: A life history of Annemarie Roeper. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. 

Kane, M. (2008). From theory to practice: Dąbrowski's theory enters the classroom. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Dąbrowski and Gifted Education: Beyond Overexcitabilities: Proceedings from the 8th International Congress of the Institute for Positive Disintegration in Human Development (p. 152). Unpublished Manuscript. (August 7 - 9, 2008 Canmore, Alberta, Canada). 

Kane, M. (2009). Contemporary voices on Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration. Roeper Review, 31(2), 72-76. doi: 10.1080/02783190902737624 

Kardaras, K. (1998). Pathological appearances and neural tensions. In C. M. Ackerman (Ed.), Texturizing and Contextualizing: Proceedings from the 3rd International Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory (pp. 164-173). Unpublished Manuscript. (The Third Biennial Conference on Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. July 10-12, 1998. Location: Kendall College, Evanston IL.).  

Karnes, F. A., & Nugent, S. A. (2002). Influential people in gifted education. Gifted Child Today, 25(4), 60-63.  

Karnes, F. A., & Oehler-Stinnet, J. (1986). Life events as stressors with gifted adolescents. Psychology in the Schools, 23(4), 406-414. 

Kawczak, A. (1970, August 26-30). The concept of positive disintegration in philosophical anthropology. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec. 7 pages. EDI: #62 J), Appendix B - 20.  

Kawczak, A. (1970, August 26-30). Mental growth and the justification of value judgments. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec. 6 pages. EDI: #62 J): Appendix B - 3.  

Kawczak, A. (1970, August 26-30). The relevance of the Theory of Positive Disintegration to various fields of inquiry. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec. 16 pages. EDI: #62 J), Appendix B - 11.  

Kawczak, A. (1970, August 26-30). Some aspects of existentialist philosophy from the viewpoint of positive disintegration. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec. 4 pages. EDI: #62 J), Appendix B - 19.  

Kawczak, A. (2000). Dąbrowski's distinction of levels of mental development. In N. Bouchet, & J. Toth (Eds.), The Labyrinth: Safe Journey and Homecoming (pp. 21-35). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Fourth Biennial Advanced Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory. July 6-9, 2000. Location: Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada.). 

Kawczak, A. (2002a). Abraham Lincoln's personality development seen through the theory of positive disintegration. Part 2. In N. Duda, (Ed.), Positive Disintegration: The Theory of the future. 100th Dąbrowski anniversary program on the man, the theory, the application and the future (pp. 59-64). Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Fidlar Doubleday. [The Proceedings from the Fifth International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, held in Ft. Lauderdale, FL., November 7 - 10, 2002.] 

Kawczak, A. (2002b). Open dialog on the theory of positive disintegration. In N. Duda, (Ed.), Positive Disintegration: The Theory of the future. 100th Dąbrowski anniversary program on the man, the theory, the application and the future (pp. 185-186). Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Fidlar Doubleday. [The Proceedings from the Fifth International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, held in Ft. Lauderdale, FL., November 7 - 10, 2002.] 

Kawczak, A. (2002c). Reverend Doctor Franciszek Lesniak. In N. Duda, (Ed.), Positive Disintegration: The Theory of the future. 100th Dąbrowski anniversary program on the man, the theory, the application and the future (pp. 49- 50). Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Fidlar Doubleday. [The Proceedings from the Fifth International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, held in Ft. Lauderdale, FL., November 7 - 10, 2002.] 

Kawczak, A. (2004). Development potential & authentic mental development. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Developmental Potential - From Theory to Practice: Educational and Therapeutic perspectives (pp. 34-50). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Sixth International Congress of the Institute For Positive Disintegration in Human Development June 24-26, 2004 Calgary, Alberta, Canada.) 

Kealy, L., & King, M. [Rankel, M. D.] (1974, March). The perfect match: Toward more effective counselling. Paper presented at the Edmonton Regional Guidance Council Convention, Edmonton, AB. March 22-23, 1974, 10 pages.KEA 

Kerr, B., Colangelo, N., & Gaeth, J. (1988). Gifted adolescents' attitudes toward their giftedness. Gifted Child Quarterly, 32(2), 245-247. 

King, M. -- See Rankel, M.  

Kitano, M. K. (1990). Intellectual abilities and psychological intensities in young children: Implications for the gifted. Roeper Review, 13, 5-10 doi:10.1080/02783199009553296 

Kline, B. E., & Meckstroth, E. A. (1985). Understanding and encouraging the exceptionally gifted. Roeper Review, 8(1), 24-30. 

Kline, B. E., & Short, E. B. (1991). Changes in emotional resilience: Gifted adolescent girls. Roeper Review, 13(3), 184-187. 

Kobierzycki, T. (2000). Summaries: Profesor dr. Kazimierz Dąbrowski (1902-1980). (A. Przybylek, Trans.). Heksis: Scientific-didactic quarterly devoted to problems of person, health, creativity and spirituality, 1-3(22-24), 276-279. [A Biography] Retrieved from http://www.heksis.com/ Heksis

Kobierzycki, T. (2002). Creativity and mental health in the process of positive disintegration. In N. Duda, (Ed.), Positive Disintegration: The Theory of the future. 100th Dąbrowski anniversary program on the man, the theory, the application and the future (pp. 395-407). Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Fidlar Doubleday. [The Proceedings from the Fifth International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, held in Ft. Lauderdale, FL., November 7 - 10, 2002.] 

Kobierzycki, T. (2008). Stress and creativity /instinct, disintegration and stress as components of creativity. (Paper submitted but not presented at congress). In W. Tillier (Ed.), Dąbrowski and Gifted Education: Beyond Overexcitabilities: Proceedings from the 8th International Congress of the Institute for Positive Disintegration in Human Development (pp. 230-249). Unpublished Manuscript. (August 7 - 9, 2008 Canmore, Alberta, Canada). 

Kobierzycki, T. (2010a). Biography of Kazimierz Dąbrowski. (A. Danko Trans.). Heksis, 1, Unpaginated. Retrieved from http://www.heksis.com/  Heksis

Kobierzycki, T. (2010b). From creativity to the personality: a psychological study on the theory of positive disintegration. (A. Danko & F. Maj Trans.). Heksis, 1, Unpaginated. Retrieved from http://www.heksis.com/ Heksis

Kobierzycki, T. (2010c). The Philosophy of Feelings in Poland. (M. Rogoza Trans.). Heksis, 3, Unpaginated. Retrieved from http://www.heksis.com/ Heksis

Kobierzycki, T. (2010d). Publikacje Kazimierza Dąbrowskiego. Heksis, 1, Unpaginated. Retrieved from http://www.heksis.com/ Kazimierz Dąbrowski Publications (by Tadeusz Kobierzycki originally published anonymously in Wikipedia)  Heksis

Kokoszka, A. (2007). States of consciousness: Models for psychology and psychotherapy. New York: Springer. 

Korporowicz, L. (1987, June 4). Social and psychological factors in mental health: Kazimierz Dąbrowski's integral model of social psycho-hygiene with special reference to multilevel concept of value. Paper presented at the Fourth International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Warsaw, Poland  (Obtained from K. Nelson), 11 pages. 

Korporowicz L. (1989). Integralny charakter psychohigieny spolecznej Kazimierza Dąbrowskiego W kontekscie wielopoziomowej koncepcji wartosci. Zdrowie Psychiczne, XXX(1-2), 37-40.  "The integral character of Kazimierz Dąbrowski's social psychohygene in the context of the multi-layered concept of values." [Mental Health: The scientific quarterly of the Polish Society of Mental Hygiene, Warsaw.] No copy held.  

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Konigsberg, E. (2006). Prairie fire. The New Yorker, 81(44), 44-57. Discusses the suicide of gifted student Brandenn Bremmer including Linda Silverman's involvement and subsequent interpretation of events. This article was a finalist for feature article of the year and was included in the publication The Best American Magazine Writing 2007, The American Society of Magazine Editors (Eds.), New York: Columbia University Press, 2007. Also see Fletcher, H. (2001).  

Korte, H. (1970, August 26-30). Heidegger and the Theory of Positive Disintegration. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec. 28 pages. EDI: #62 J), Appendix B - 13. (this is the version in the original binder) Second loose copy held: Heidegger and the Theory of Positive Disintegration: An examination of the ontological presuppositions of the Theory of Positive Disintegration. Labeled 'Revised Version'. 32 pages.  

Kostrzew, J., & Kozlowski, E. (1976). Personality traits of boys aged 8-12 suffering from diagnosed neuroses with anxiety as dominant component. Polish Psychological Bulletin, 7(4), 235-243.  NEL lists this authorship as Kosbizewskik, K. & Dizlowski, E.  

Kramer, H. J. (1988). Anxiety, perfectionism, and attributions for failure in gifted and non-gifted junior high school students. Dissertation Abstracts International, 48, 3077A. (University Microfilms No. 88-03-891). 

Kraus, S. (1965). [Review of the book Positive Disintegration, by K. Dąbrowski]. British Journal of Psychiatry, 111, 1021.  

Kuo, C.C., Liang, K. C., Tseng, C. C., & Gau, S. S.F. (2014). Comparison of the cognitive profiles and social adjustment between mathematically and scientifically talented students and students with Asperger's syndrome. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 8, 838-850. doi:10.1016/j.rasd.2014.04.004  

Kwasniew, J. (1976). Positive social deviancy. Polish Sociological Bulletin, 3, 31-39.  

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Lachendro, E. (1981). The relationship of objectivity toward oneself and the ability to understand and appreciate others as human beings. In N. Duda (Ed.), Theory of positive disintegration: Proceedings of the third international conference (pp. 259-264). Miami, FL: Xerox. 

Lalanne, J. (1975). Practical approach to moral development. Canada's Mental Health, 23(2), 14-18.  

Lamont, R. T. (2012). The Fears and Anxieties of Gifted Learners: Tips for Parents and Educators. Gifted Child Today, 35, 271-276. doi:10.1177/1076217512455479

Laycraft, K. (2006). Positive maladjustment as a transition from chaos to order. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Positive Maladjustment: Theoretical, Educational and Therapeutic Perspectives. Proceedings from the Seventh International Congress of the Institute for Positive Disintegration in Human Development (pp. 68-83). Unpublished Manuscript. (August 3-5, 2006 Calgary, Alberta).  

Laycraft, K. (2008). Empathy as a dissipative structure. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Dąbrowski and Gifted Education: Beyond Overexcitabilities: Proceedings from the 8th International Congress of the Institute for Positive Disintegration in Human Development (p. 54). Unpublished Manuscript. (August 7 - 9, 2008 Canmore, Alberta, Canada). 

Laycraft, K. (2009). Positive maladjustment as a transition from chaos to order. Roeper Review, 31(2), 113-122. doi: 10.1080/02783190902737681  

Laycraft, K. (2011). Theory of positive disintegration as a model of adolescent development. Nonlinear Dynamics Psychol Life Sci, 129-52.  

Lee, S., & Olszewski-Kubilius, P. (2006). Comparisons between Talent Search Students Qualifying Via Scores on Standardized Tests and Via Parent Nomination. Roeper Review, 28(3), 157-166.  

Lesniak, F. L. (1970, August 26-30). Theological aspects of the Theory of Positive Disintegration. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec. 13 pages. EDI: #62 J), Appendix B -17.  

Lesniak, F. L. (1970, August 26-30). What to expect from the Theory of Positive Disintegration. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec. 3 pages. EDI: #62 J), Appendix B - 12.  

Lesniak, F. L. (1977-78). Outline of an experimental approach to Rorschach interpretation. Bulletin de Psycyologie, 31(1-2), 84-94.  

Lesniak, F. L. (1981a). Interpretation of the Luscher's Color and Form Test in terms of Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. In N. Duda (Ed.), Theory of positive disintegration: Proceedings of the third international conference (pp. 433-462). Miami, FL: Xerox. 

Lesniak, F. L. (1981b). Interpretation of the Rorschach Test in terms of Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. In N. Duda (Ed.), Theory of positive disintegration: Proceedings of the third international conference (pp. 417-432). Miami, FL: Xerox. 

Lesniak, F. L. (1986, March). Personality development and developmental potential and communal attitudes as seen by K. Dąbrowski. Paper presented at the 7th International Conference on Phenomenology and Psychiatry, Boston. 

Lesniak, F. (1987a). A new approach to the Rorschach. Rorschachiana XVI. Bern: Verlag Hans Huber, 21-45.  

Lesniak, F. (1987b). The TPD approach to the Rorschach. Paper presented at the XII International Congress of Rorschach, Guaruja, San Paulo, Brazil.  8 pages. 

Lesniak, F. (1987c, August). List of publications. 

Lesniak, F. (n. d.) Application of the Rorschach to the Theory of Positive Disintegration. Unpublished manuscript. 10 pages. EDI: #62 J), Appendix B -10.  

Lester, D. (1969). Suicide as a positive act. Psychology, 6(3), 43-48.  

Lewis, R. B., Kitano, M. K., & Lynch, E. W. (1992). Psychological intensities in gifted adults. Roeper Review, 15(1), 25-31. 

Limont, W. (2013). Support and education of gifted students in Poland. Journal for the Education of the Gifted, 36(66-83). doi: 830162353212468065 

Limont, W., Dreszer, J., Bedynska, S., Piechowski, M., (2009). Overexcitability and creative attitude of gifted students. S. Popek, R. E. Bernacka, C. W. Domanski, B. Gawda, D. Turska, A. Zawadzka (red.), Psychologia tworczosci -nowe horyzonty. Psychology of creativity: new approaches (s.317-326). Lublin: Wydawnictwo UMCSTDB

Limont, W., Dreszer, J., Bedynska, S., Sliwinska, K. (2010). Wzmozona pobudliwosc psychiczna, wybrane cechy osobowosci a plec szczegolnie zdolnych uczniow. w: A. Sekowski, [Overexcitability, selected personality traits, and gender of gifted students]. W. Klinkosz (red.), Zdolnosci czlowieka w perspektywie wspolczesnej psychologii (s.25-54). Lublin: TN KUL. 

Limont W., K. Sliwinska, Dreszer J., Bedynska S. (w druku). Wzmożona pobudliwosc psychiczna a perfekcjonizm uczniow zdolnych. [Overexcitability and perfectionism of gifted students]. w: W. Limont (red.) Psychologia. Edukacja i Spoleczenstwo. Zagrozenia i szanse rozwoju uczniow zdolnych. (numer specjalny), Warszawa: Wydzial Psychologii UW, Wydawnictwa Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego. 

Limont, W. (n.d.). Overexcitability And Specific Abilities. Poster. 

Lind, S. (1996). Presentation. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Perspectives on the self: The second biennial conference on Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration. (p. 22). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the second biennial conference on Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration May 22-25, 1996 Kananaskis, Alberta, Canada.) 

Lind, S. (2001). Overexcitability and the gifted. The SENG Newsletter, 1, 3-6. 

Lind, S., & Falk, R. F. (1998). The OEQII. In C. M. Ackerman (Ed.), Texturizing and Contextualizing: Proceedings from the 3rd International Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory (pp. 101-119). Unpublished Manuscript. (The Third Biennial Conference on Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. July 10-12, 1998. Location: Kendall College, Evanston IL.). 

Lind, S., & Roeper, A. M. (Eds.). (1998). Perspectives on the self of the gifted [Special issue]. Roeper Review, 20(3).  Several of the articles refer to Dąbrowski or touch on the theory.  

Lobaczewski, A. M. (2006). Political Ponerology: A Science on the nature of evil adjusted for political purposes. Grande Prairie, AB: Red Pill Press. Political Ponerology: The scientific study of Evil adjusted for Political Purposes was forged in the crucible of the very subject it studies. Scientists living under an oppressive regime decide to study it clinically, to study the founders and supporters of an evil regime to determine what common factor is at play in the rise and propagation of man's inhumanity to man. 

Loye, D. (Ed.). (2003). The Great Adventure Toward a Fully Human Theory of Evolution. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.
Foreword Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
Introduction David Loye
The Toronto Manifesto: A Statement of Purpose for the Panels and Meeting of the General Evolution Research Group
Darwin, Maslow, and the Fully Human Theory of Evolution David Loye 

Loye, D. (2007). Telling the New Story: Darwin, Evolution, and Creativity Versus Conformity in Science. In R. Richards (Ed.), Everyday creativity and new views of human nature: psychological, social, and spiritual perspectives (pp. 153-174). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association. 

Lovecky, D. V. (1986). Can You Hear the Flowers Singing? Issues for Gifted Adults. Journal of Counseling & Development, 64(9), 572-576. 

Lovecky, D. V. (1990). Warts and rainbows: Issues in the psychotherapy of the gifted. Advanced Development, 2, 65-83. 

Lovecky, D. V. (1992). Exploring social and emotional aspects of giftedness in children. Roeper Review, 15(1), 18-25. 

Lovecky, D. V. (1997). Identity development in gifted children: more sensitivity. Roeper Review, 20(2), 90-95.  

Lovecky, D. V. (1998). Spiritual sensitivity in gifted children. Roeper Review, 20(3), 178-83.  

Lupart, J. L, Pyryt, M., Watson, S., & Pierce, K. (2005). Gifted education and counseling in Canada. International Journal of Counselling, 27(2), 173-190. doi: 10.1007/s10447-005-3180-8  

Lutz, T. (1983). Student development potential. Paper presented at the American College Personnel Association National Meeting, Houston, TX. NEL/B.  

Lysy, K. Z. (1979a). A guide to distinguishing Dąbrowskian levels, from: Personal growth of counselors and non counselors: A Jungian and Dąbrowskian approach. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL. 

Lysy, K. Z. (1979b). Personal growth in counselors and non-counselors: A Jungian and Dąbrowskian Approach. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL. 

Lysy, K. Z. (1981). Personal growth in counselors and non-counselors: A Jungian and Dąbrowskian approach. In N. Duda (Ed.), Theory of positive disintegration: Proceedings of the third international conference (pp. 117-157). Miami, FL: Xerox. 

Lysy, K. Z., & Piechowski M. M. (1983). Personal Growth: An empirical study using Jungian and Dąbrowskian measures. Genetic Psychology Monographs, 108, 267-320.  Contains the 21 item Overexcitability Questionnaire (OEQ).  

Maher, Brendan A. [Review of the book Personality-shaping through positive disintegration, by K. Dąbrowski]. [Electronic Collection] PsycCRITIQUES. Vol 13 (8), Aug, 1968. Originally published in Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books, 1968, Vol 13(8), 410. Reviews the book, Personality-Shaping Through Positive Disintegration by Kazimierz Dąbrowski and O. Hobart Mowrer (1967). 

Mahoney, A. S. (1998). In search of the gifted identity: from abstract concept to workable counseling constructs. Roeper Review, 20, 222-226. 

Maj, F. (2002). The creative instinct of Dąbrowski in relation to the creative evolution of Bergson. In N. Duda, (Ed.), Positive Disintegration: The Theory of the future. 100th Dąbrowski anniversary program on the man, the theory, the application and the future (pp. 373-382). Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Fidlar Doubleday. [The Proceedings from the Fifth International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, held in Ft. Lauderdale, FL., November 7 - 10, 2002.] 

Maj, F. (2008). On the method of analysing creativity: H. Elzenberg and K. Dąbrowski. (Paper submitted but not presented at congress). In W. Tillier (Ed.), Dąbrowski and Gifted Education: Beyond Overexcitabilities: Proceedings from the 8th International Congress of the Institute for Positive Disintegration in Human Development (pp. 250-274). Unpublished Manuscript. (August 7 - 9, 2008 Canmore, Alberta, Canada). 

Maj, F. (2010). Personality Development Potentials and Creative Profiles (On the Example of Cellists). Heksis 2 Heksis

Malloy E. K., & O'Brien M. C. (1970, August 26-30). Theological implications of Dąbrowski's theory: Mental growth through positive disintegration. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec. 7 pages. EDI: #62 J), Appendix B - 15.  

Manaster, G. J., & Powell, P. M. (1983). A framework for understanding gifted adolescents' psychological maladjustment. Roeper Review, 6(2), 70-73. 

Manzanero, J. (1985a). Cross-cultural comparison of emotional development. Paper presented at the Western Social Science Association meeting, Fort Worth, TX. SIL/85.  

Manzanero, J. B. (1985b). A cross-cultural comparison of overexcitability profiles and levels of emotional development between American and Venezuelan artists. Unpublished master's thesis, University of Denver, Denver, CO. 

Margison, J. A., & Frank, J. (2007). Portrait Of An Inspirational Teacher Of The Gifted: A Story To Tell, A Willingness To Be Heard. Roeper Review. 29(2), 141.  

Marsh, C. S. (1980a). The application of Dąbrowski's concept of multilevelness as the unifying principle for Allport's ideas in personality. Unpublished master's thesis, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA.  

Marsh, C. S. (1980b). The application of Dąbrowski's concept of multilevelness as the unifying principle for Allport's ideas on personality. Unpublished manuscript based upon a master's thesis, University of Iowa.  13 pages. 

Marsh, C. S. (1981). The application of Dąbrowski's concept of multilevelness as the unifying principle for Allport's ideas on personality. In N. Duda (Ed.), Theory of Positive Disintegration: Proceedings of the Third International Conference (pp. 265-301). Miami, FL: Xerox. 

Marsh, C. S., & Colangelo, N. (1983). The application of Dąbrowski's concept of multilevelness to Allport's concept of unity. Counseling and Values, 27(4), 213-228. 

Masland, N. P. (n.d.). Navajo eleventh grade students: Application of Dąbrowski's theory of emotional development. Unpublished manuscript, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ. SIL/85.  

Massarik, F. (1968). Accentuating the negative. The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 4, 249-255. doi:10.1177/002188636800400205 

Matejko, A. (1973). Institutional conditions of scientific inquiry: Survey of research teams in Poland. Small Group Behavior, 4, 89-126.  

Matejko, A. (1976). Dialectics of social change. International review of History and Political Science, 13, 67-83. 

Matzner, K. E. (1984). The effects of loneliness, capacity for intimacy, and personality development on the academic achievement of first year medical students. Unpublished doctoral thesis, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champagne, Il. 

Mayer, J. D., Perkins, D. M., Caruso, D. R. & Salovey, P. (2001). Emotional intelligence and giftedness. Roeper Review, 23, 131-137 doi:10.1080/02783190109554084 

Maxwell, E. (1998). I can do it myself! Reflections on early self-efficacy. Roeper Review, 20, 183-187. 

Maxwell, E. (1992). Self as phoenix: A comparison of Assagioli's and Dąbrowski's developmental theories. Advanced Development, 4, 31-48 

Maxwell, E. (1995). The changing developmental needs of the gifted: Birth to maturity. In J. Genshaft, M. Bireley, & C. L. Hollinger (Eds.), Serving gifted and talented students: A resource for school personnel (pp. 17-30). Austin, TX: Pro-Ed.  

Maxwell, E., & Silverman, L. K. (1991). An Interview with Jean Houston. Advanced Development, 3, 1-14.  

Maxwell, E., & Silverman, L. K. (1995) Inner conflict as a path to higher development: Mid-life crisis re-examined. In L. K. Silverman (Ed.). Advanced development: A collection of works on giftedness in adults. (pp. 57-64). Denver: Institute for the Study of Advanced Development.  

Mayer, J. D., Perkins, D. M., & Caruso, D. R. (2001). Emotional intelligence and giftedness. Roeper Review, 23(3), 131-7.  

McAdams, D. P., & Emmons, R. A. (Eds.). (1995). Levels and domains in personality (Special issue). Journal of Personality, 63(3).  A collection of articles that provide a very interesting context to Dąbrowski's work.  

McGaffey, P. O. (1970, August 26-30). The limits of neurosis in creativity. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec. 8 pages. KEA 

McGraw, J. G. (1981). Personality and its ideal in the Theory of Positive Disintegration: A philosophical interpretation. In N. Duda (Ed.), Theory of Positive Disintegration: Proceedings of the Third International Conference (pp. 303-332). Miami, FL: Xerox. 

McGraw, J. G. (1986). Personality and its ideal in K. Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration: A philosophical interpretation. Dialectics and Humanism, 13(1), 211-237. 

McGraw, J. G. (1987). Dezintegracja pozytywna a poziomy milosci. Zdrowie Psychiczne, XXVII(3), 5-19.  "Positive disintegration and the levels of love". [Mental Health: The scientific quarterly of the Polish Society of Mental Hygiene, Warsaw.]  

McGraw, J. G. (1989). Osobowosc I jej ideal W theorii dezintegracji pozytywnej. Zdrowie Psychiczne, XXX(1-2), 5-36.  "Personality and its ideal in the theory of Positive Disintegration". [Mental Health: The scientific quarterly of the Polish Society of Mental Hygiene, Warsaw.]  

McGraw, J. G. (2002). Personality in Nietzsche and Dąbrowski: A conceptual comparison. In N. Duda, (Ed.), Positive Disintegration: The Theory of the future. 100th Dąbrowski anniversary program on the man, the theory, the application and the future (pp. 187-230). Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Fidlar Doubleday. [The Proceedings from the Fifth International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, held in Ft. Lauderdale, FL., November 7 - 10, 2002.] 

McGraw, J. G. (nd). Positive disintegration and the levels of love. Unpublished manuscript, Loyola, Montreal. 20 pages. EDI: #62 J), Appendix B - 5.  

McLean, B. (1990). Jung and I: A study of personal disintegration. Advanced Development, 2, 17-21.  

Meckstroth, E. (1991). Guiding the parents of gifted children: The role of counselors and teachers. In R. M. Milgram (Ed.), Counseling gifted and talented children: A guide for teachers, counselors, and parents. Norwood, NJ: Ablex. 

Mendaglio, S. (1989). Gifted children: an introduction. In C. Violato, & A. Marini (Eds.), Child development: Readings for teachers. (pp. 295-304). Calgary: Detselig Enterprises. 

Mendaglio, S. (1995). Sensitivity among gifted persons: A multifaceted perspective. Roeper Review, 17, 169-172 doi:10.1080/02783199509553652 

Mendaglio, S. (2002). Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration and Gifted Education. [Special Issue]. AGATE: Journal of the Gifted and Talented Education Council of The Alberta Teachers' Association, 15(2). 

Mendaglio, S. (2002a). Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration: Some implications for teachers of gifted students. AGATE: Journal of the Gifted and Talented Education Council of The Alberta Teachers' Association, 15(2), 14-22. 

Mendaglio, S. (2002b). Editorial. AGATE: Journal of the Gifted and Talented Education Council of The Alberta Teachers' Association, 15(2), 2-3.  

Mendaglio, S. (2003). Heightened multifaceted sensitivity of gifted students: implications for counseling. Journal of Secondary Gifted Education, 14(2), 72-84. 

Mendaglio, S. (2008a). Dąbrowski's concept of adjustment and giftedness. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Dąbrowski and Gifted Education: Beyond Overexcitabilities: Proceedings from the 8th International Congress of the Institute for Positive Disintegration in Human Development (pp. 116-124). Unpublished Manuscript. (August 7 - 9, 2008 Canmore, Alberta, Canada). 

Mendaglio, S. (Ed.). (2008b). Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. Scottsdale AZ: Great Potential Press, Inc. Table of Contents. Note: due to copyright, I will not be posting portions of this publication.  

Mendaglio, S. (2008c). Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration: A personality theory for the 21st Century. In S. Mendaglio (Ed.). Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration (pp. 13-40). Scottsdale AZ: Great Potential Press, Inc. 

Mendaglio, S. (2008d). The Theory of Positive Disintegration (TPD) and other approaches to personality. In S. Mendaglio (Ed.). Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration (pp. 249-274). Scottsdale AZ: Great Potential Press, Inc.  

Mendaglio, S. (2009). Point-Counter Point. In J. Frank, H. Curties, & G. Finlay, (Eds.). Imagining the way: Proceedings from the 19th Annual SAGE Conference (p. 69). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the 19th Annual SAGE Conference. November 7-8, 2008, University of Calgary, Calgary AB.). 

Mendaglio, S. (2012). Overexcitabilities and Giftedness Research: A Call for a Paradigm Shift. Journal for the Education of the Gifted. doi:10.1177/0162353212451704

Mendaglio, S., & Peterson, J. S. (2006). Models of Counseling Gifted Children, Adolescents, And Young Adults. Waco, TX: Prufrock Press. ISBN-10: 1593632061 ISBN-13: 978-1593632069 

Mendaglio, S., & Pyryt, M. (1991, June 13-15). Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration: Implications for assessment and treatment. A poster session presented at the Canadian Psychological Conference Annual Convention, Calgary, AB. A one page hand-out was presented.  1 page.  

Mendaglio, S., & Pyryt, M. C. (1995). Self-concept of gifted students. Teaching Exceptional Children, 27(3), 40. 

Mendaglio, S., & Pyryt, M. (1996). Self-concept and the gifted: A Dąbrowskian perspective. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Perspectives on the self: The second biennial conference on Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration. (pp. 38-51). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the second biennial conference on Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration May 22-25, 1996 Kananaskis, Alberta, Canada.) 

Mendaglio, S., & Pyryt, M. (2004). The role of intelligence in the theory of positive disintegration. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Developmental Potential - From Theory to Practice: Educational and Therapeutic perspectives (pp. 164-181). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Sixth International Congress of the Institute For Positive Disintegration in Human Development June 24-26, 2004 Calgary, Alberta, Canada.) 

Mendaglio, S., & Tillier, W. (1992, September 24-26). Feeling bad can be good: Using Dąbrowski's Theory to reframe gifted children's adjustment difficulties. Paper presented at the 3rd Annual Society for the Advancement of Gifted Education Conference, Calgary, AB.  

Mendaglio, S., & Tillier, W. (2006). Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration and Giftedness: Overexcitability Research Findings. Journal for the Education of the Gifted, 30(1), 68-87. 

Mensa 27 Research Journal (Fall, 1989). Issue devoted to T.P.D.  Contents:
Nelson, K. Dąbrowski's TPD. (From Advanced Development Quarterly, 1989.)
Piechowski, M. M. The concept of developmental potential. (From Roeper Review 1986)
Piechowski, M. M. Silverman, L., Falk, F. Comparison of intellectually and artistically gifted on five dimensions of mental functioning. (From Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1985, 60, 539-549.)
Silverman, L., Schuppin, E. Inner conflict as a path to higher development in women. (Paper presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Los Angeles, CA., 1981.).  

Michelle-Pentelbury, R. (2002). TPD and Practicality in the Classroom: A Need for Subjective Identification. AGATE: Journal of the Gifted and Talented Education Council of The Alberta Teachers' Association, 15 (2), 29-32.  

Michelle-Pentelbury, R. (2008). An autonomous and unique personality, a la Dąbrowski; Beware the paradigm phallacy. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Dąbrowski and Gifted Education: Beyond Overexcitabilities: Proceedings from the 8th International Congress of the Institute for Positive Disintegration in Human Development (pp. 218-228). Unpublished Manuscript. (August 7 - 9, 2008 Canmore, Alberta, Canada). 

Mika, E. (2000). Translated poems found in the archives of the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington. In N. Bouchet, & J. Toth (Eds.), The Labyrinth: Safe Journey and Homecoming (pp. 119-121). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Fourth Biennial Advanced Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory. July 6-9, 2000. Location: Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada.). 

Mika, E. (2002). Gifted children and overexcitabilities and a preliminary clinical study. In N. Duda, (Ed.), Positive Disintegration: The Theory of the future. 100th Dąbrowski anniversary program on the man, the theory, the application and the future (pp. 323-336). Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Fidlar Doubleday. [The Proceedings from the Fifth International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, held in Ft. Lauderdale, FL., November 7 - 10, 2002.] 

Mika. E. (2006). Giftedness, ADHD, and overexcitabilities: the possibilities of misinformation. (Research Commentary Point - Counterpoint: Diagnosis of Giftedness and ADHD). Roeper Review 28(4), 237-242.  

Mika, E. (2008). Dąbrowski's views on authentic mental health. In S. Mendaglio (Ed.). Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration (pp. 139-153). Scottsdale AZ: Great Potential Press, Inc.  

Mika, E. (n.d.). Overviews on Dąbrowski's theory by Elizabeth Mika. The webpages can be found as follows:

http://www.talentdevelop.com/articles/TOPDAAM1.html Also here:

http://www.talentdevelop.com/articles/TOPDAAM2.html Also here:

Miller, A. L., & Speirs Neumeister, K. L. (2012). Multiple variables for predicting creativity in high ability adults. Advanced Development Journal, 13, 84-102. 

Miller, N. B. (1983, April). Socialization and the value system. Paper presented at the Western Social Science Association Sliver Anniversary meeting, Albuquerque, NM. SIL/86.  

Miller, N. B. (1985a). A content analysis coding system for assessing adult emotional development. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Denver, Denver, CO.  Dated August, Faculty of Social Sciences.  

Miller, N. B. (1985b). Content analysis: A critique of its application in measuring levels of emotional development. Unpublished manuscript, University of Denver, Denver, CO. SIL/86.  

Miller, N. B. (1991). Miller Assessment Coding System: Manual for rating levels of emotional development. Unpublished manuscript.  Indicates "Revised June 1991".  

Miller, N. B. (1998a). Examining the profiles of artists in two cultures: Validity and hypothesis testing. In C. M. Ackerman (Ed.), Texturizing and Contextualizing: Proceedings from the 3rd International Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory (pp. 82-93). Unpublished Manuscript. (The Third Biennial Conference on Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. July 10-12, 1998. Location: Kendall College, Evanston IL.).  

Miller, N. B. (1998b). Validity among artists. In C. M. Ackerman (Ed.), Texturizing and Contextualizing: Proceedings from the 3rd International Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory (pp. 82-93). Unpublished Manuscript. (The Third Biennial Conference on Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. July 10-12, 1998. Location: Kendall College, Evanston IL.). 

Miller, N. B. (2008). A sociological perspective. In S. Mendaglio (Ed.). Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration (pp. 227-248). Scottsdale AZ: Great Potential Press, Inc.  

Miller, N. B., & Falk, F. (1987, August). Intentional feelings: An adult developmental perspective. Paper presented at the American Sociological Association Meeting, Chicago.  27 pages. Refers to Dąbrowski.  

Miller, N. B., Falk, R. F. & Huang, Y. (2009). Gender identity and the overexcitability profiles of gifted college students. Roeper Review, 31(3), 161 - 169. doi: 10.1080/02783190902993920 

Miller, N. B., & Silverman, L. K. (1987). Levels of personality development. Roeper Review, 9(4), 221-225. Use of Definition-response instrument to test Dąbrowski's theory.  

Miller, N. B., Silverman, L. K. & Falk, R. F. (1992). Emotional development and intellectual ability. In N. Colangelo, S. G. Assouline, & D. L. Ambroson (Eds.), Talent Development: Proceedings of the 1991 Jocelyn Wallace National Research Symposium on Talent Development (pp. 365-367). Unionville, New York: Trillium Press. 

Miller, N. B., Silverman, L. K. & Falk, R. F. (1994). Emotional development, intellectual ability, and gender. Journal for the Education of the Gifted, 18(1), 20-38. 

Miller, N. B., & Toth, J. K. (2000). Exploring the Relationship between Gender and Overexcitability. In N. Bouchet, & J. Toth (Eds.), The Labyrinth: Safe Journey and Homecoming (pp. 245-256). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Fourth Biennial Advanced Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory. July 6-9, 2000. Location: Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada.). 

Miller, N. B., & Toth, J. K. (2000). Gender and overexcitability. In N. Bouchet, & J. Toth (Eds.), The Labyrinth: Safe Journey and Homecoming (pp. 245-256). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Fourth Biennial Advanced Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory. July 6-9, 2000. Location: Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada.). 

Montuori, Alfonso. (2003). Frank Barron: A Creator On Creating. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 43, 7-23.  

Montuori, Alfonso, Fahim, Urusa. (2004). Cross-Cultural Encounter as an Opportunity for Personal Growth. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 44, 243-265.  

Moon, J. H., & Montgomery, D. (2005). Profiles of overexcitabilities for Korean high school gifted students according to gender and domain of study. Journal of Gifted/Talented Education. 15, 1-10. 

Morelock, M. J. (1996). On the nature of giftedness and talent: imposing order on chaos. Roeper Review, 19, 4-12.  

Morelock, M. J. (1997). In response to Gagne's critique. Roeper Review, 20, 85-87 doi:10.1080/02783199709553859 

Moroz, M. (1970, August 26-30). The Theory of Positive Disintegration and personality theory. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec.  13 pages.  

Morrissey, Anne-Marie. (1996). Intellect as prelude: The potential for higher level development in the gifted. Advanced Development. 7, 101-116. 

Morrissey, Anne-Marie. (2001). Beyond the image: the giftedness of Jimi Hendrix. Roeper Review, 24(1), 5-11.  

Mos, L. P., & Boodt, C. P. (1991). Friendship and play: An evolutionary-developmental view. Theory & Psychology, 1(1), 132-144. 

Mos, L., & King, M. (Rankel) (1976). Conversations with K. Dąbrowski. Unpublished manuscript. Edmonton, AB.  Part 1, 48 pages and part 2, 47 pages, dated April 20-21.  

Mowrer, O. H. (1950). Learning theory and personality dynamics. New York: Ronald Press.  Refers to Dąbrowsky (sic) (1937). I believe this is Mowrer's first reference to Dąbrowski.  

Mowrer, O. H. (1965). Symptoms of development. [Review of the book Positive Disintegration, by K. Dąbrowski]. Contemporary Psychology, 10(11), 538-540. 

Mowrer, O. H. (1966a). The behavior therapies with special reference to modelling and imitation. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 20(3), 439-461.  

Mowrer, O. H. (1966b). Discussion of K. Dąbrowski:, The Theory of Positive Disintegration. International Journal of Psychiatry, 2, 247-249. 

Mowrer, O. H. (1969). Too little too late. International Journal of Psychiatry, 7(1), 536-556.  This article is a critical evaluation of an article in the same issue by Eugene Wolf on the theme; The integration of psychoanalytic concepts and learning theory. Mowrer refers to Dąbrowski.  

Mowrer, O. H. (1971). Peer groups and medication, the best therapy for professionals and layman alike. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 8(1), 44-54.  

Moyle, V. F. (2000). Positive disintegration and the hero's journey. In N. Bouchet, & J. Toth (Eds.), The Labyrinth: Safe Journey and Homecoming (pp. 87-92). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Fourth Biennial Advanced Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory. July 6-9, 2000. Location: Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada.). 

Moyle, V. F. (2000). The metaphor for life's journey: The labyrinth. In N. Bouchet, & J. Toth (Eds.), The Labyrinth: Safe Journey and Homecoming (pp. 1-8). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Fourth Biennial Advanced Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory. July 6-9, 2000. Location: Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada.). 

Moyle, V. F. (2002). Metaphor in the therapeutic setting: Putting Dąbrowski to work. In N. Duda, (Ed.), Positive Disintegration: The Theory of the future. 100th Dąbrowski anniversary program on the man, the theory, the application and the future (pp. 337-348). Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Fidlar Doubleday. [The Proceedings from the Fifth International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, held in Ft. Lauderdale, FL., November 7 - 10, 2002.] 

Moyle, V. F. (2005). Authentic Character Development: Beyond Nature and Nurture. In Hafenstein, Kutrumbos, Delisle (Eds.). Perspectives in Gifted Education: Volume 3. Complexities of Emotional Development, Spirituality and Hope, (pp.33-59). Institute for the Development of Gifted Education, Ricks Center for Gifted Children, University of Denver.  

Mroz, A. (2002a). Rozwoj osoby wedlug teorii dezyntegracji pozytywnej Kazimierza Dąbrowskiego [Individual development according to Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration]. Doctoral dissertation, Catholic University of Lublin, Lublin, Poland.  

Mroz, A. (2002b). The significance of religious, esthetic and other oriented moral values in the process of personality development in the model of positive disintegration. In N. Duda, (Ed.), Positive Disintegration: The Theory of the future. 100th Dąbrowski anniversary program on the man, the theory, the application and the future (pp. 141-150). Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Fidlar Doubleday. [The Proceedings from the Fifth International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, held in Ft. Lauderdale, FL., November 7 - 10, 2002.] 

Mroz, A. (2006). The vision of an ideal human being: genetic manipulations and positive maladjustment. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Positive Maladjustment: Theoretical, Educational and Therapeutic Perspectives. Proceedings from the Seventh International Congress of the Institute for Positive Disintegration in Human Development (pp. 133-139). Unpublished Manuscript. (August 3-5, 2006 Calgary, Alberta).  

Mroz, A. (2009). Theory of positive disintegration as a basis for research on assisting development. Roeper Review, 31(2), 96-102. doi: 10.1080/02783190902737665  

Musial, D. (2002). happiness as a function of mental health as presented in Dąbrowski's positive disintegration theory. In N. Duda, (Ed.), Positive Disintegration: The Theory of the future. 100th Dąbrowski anniversary program on the man, the theory, the application and the future (pp. 299-308). Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Fidlar Doubleday. [The Proceedings from the Fifth International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, held in Ft. Lauderdale, FL., November 7 - 10, 2002.] 

Myers, R., & Pace, T. (1986). Counseling gifted and talented students: Historical perspectives andcontemporary issues. Journal of Counseling and Development, 64, 548-551. 

Neihart, M. (1998). Preserving the true self of the gifted child. Roeper Review, 20(3), 187-191.  Fundamental principles of self psychology are described to explain how the self begins and develops over the life span. The influences that contribute to the creation of false and true selves in gifted children are discussed and strategies for promoting the true self of gifted children are presented.  

Neihart, M. (1999). The impact of giftedness on psychological well-being: What does the empirical literature say? Roeper Review, 22(1), 10-17.  

Neihart, M., Reis, S. M., Robinson, N. M., & Moon, S. M. (Eds.). (2002). The Social and Emotional Development of Gifted Children: What Do We Know? Waco, Texas: Prufrock Press, Inc. ISBN 1-882664-77-9.
"This book examines the social and emotional lives of gifted children and youth. Issues related to underachievement, sensitivity, depression, and loneliness are explored. The report urges differentiated educational strategies, counseling, research, and community-oriented action." "The Social and Emotional Development of Gifted Children: What Do We Know? offers an examination of the essential topics teachers, parents, and researchers need to know about the social and emotional development of gifted children. Concise, comprehensive, meticulously researched, and wide-ranging in it's coverage The Social and Emotional Development of Gifted Children: What Do We Know? is essential reading for those who wish to enable gifted students to develop their strengths and postition them to make the contributions of which they are capable." I understand there is a chapter on TPD. The book is available through The National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC), at: http://www.prufrock.com/  

Nelson, J. M., Rinn, A. N., & Hartnett, D. N. (2006). The possibility of misdiagnosis of giftedness and ADHD still exists: a response to Mika. Roeper Review 28(4), 243-249. 

Nelson, K. C. (1989). Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. Advanced Development, 1, 1-14.  

Nelson, K. C. (1992). Kazimierz Dąbrowski: Poland's gifted 'outsider'. In N. Colangelo, S. G. Assouline, & D. L. Ambroson (Eds.), Talent Development: Proceedings of the 1991 Jocelyn Wallace National Research Symposium on Talent Development (pp. 357-361). Unionville, New York: Trillium Press. 

Nelson, T. (1981). When is a good leader a good man? In N. Duda (Ed.), Theory of Positive Disintegration: Proceedings of the Third International Conference (pp. 333-358). Miami, FL: Xerox. 

Nelson T. (1982). Dąbrowski. Alberta Psychology, 11(1), 9-10.  

Ngara, C. & Porath, M. (2004). Shona culture of Zimbabwe's views of giftedness. High Ability Studies, 15(2), 189 - 209. doi: 10.1080/1359813042000314772 

Nixon, L. (1983). Meditation as a means of actualizing the religious personality ideal: A review of empirical research from the perspective of Kazimierz Dąbrowski's TPD. Unpublished master's thesis, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec.  

Nixon, L. (1989). Maladjustment and Self-Actualization in the Life of Teresa of Avila. Studies in Religion, 18:283-295. 

Nixon, L. (1990). The mystical struggle: A psychological analysis. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec. 
 

Nixon, L. (1994). Multilevel disintegration in the lives of religious mystics. Advanced Development, 6, 57-74. 

Nixon, L. (1994). Mystical Stages and Personality Development. Paper presented at the Dąbrowski Symposium, Keystone, Colorado, June 10. 

Nixon, L. (1994). Overexcitabilities and Related Research Findings. Dąbrowski Newsletter, October. " 

Nixon, L. (1995). A Hindu Swami's Description of His Experience at Level V. The Dąbrowski Newsletter, 2(1). 

Nixon, L. (1996a). Factors Predispositional of Creativity and Mysticism: A Comparative Study of Charles Darwin and Therese of Lisieux. Advanced Development, 7:81-100.  

Nixon, L. (1996b). Some Examples of Intellectual Overexcitability from Mystical Autobiographies. The Dąbrowski Newsletter, 2(3).  

Nixon, L. (1996c). A Dąbrowskian perspective on the practice of meditation. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Perspectives on the self: The second biennial conference on Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration. (pp.174-198). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the second biennial conference on Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration May 22-25, 1996 Kananaskis, Alberta, Canada.)  

Nixon, L. (1997). Varieties of Personality Integration. The Dąbrowski Newsletter, 4(1).  

Nixon, L. (1998). LSD and Level of Personality. The Dąbrowski Newsletter, 4(2). 

Nixon, L. (1998). The developmental function of loss the theory of positive disintegration. In C. M. Ackerman (Ed.), Texturizing and Contextualizing: Proceedings from the 3rd International Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory (pp. 120-135). Unpublished Manuscript. (The Third Biennial Conference on Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. July 10-12, 1998. Location: Kendall College, Evanston IL.). 

Nixon, L. (1998). William James as a Precursor of Dąbrowski. Dąbrowski Newsletter, 4(4). 

Nixon, L. (1999a). Intellectual Overexcitability in Mystical Lives. The Dąbrowski Newsletter, 5(3). 

Nixon, L. (1999b). Kazimierz Dąbrowski's View of Asceticism. The Dąbrowski Newsletter, January, 5(2). 

Nixon, L. (2000a). A Dąbrowskian Analysis of a Japanese Buddhist Nun. The Dąbrowski Newsletter, 6(2). 

Nixon, L. (2000b). Psychic Spasmophilia and Mystical Experience. In N. Bouchet, & J. Toth (Eds.), The Labyrinth: Safe Journey and Homecoming (pp. 213-222). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Fourth Biennial Advanced Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory. July 6-9, 2000. Location: Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada.). 

Nixon, L. (2002). Dąbrowski's critique of Asian religions. In N. Duda, (Ed.), Positive Disintegration: The Theory of the future. 100th Dąbrowski anniversary program on the man, the theory, the application and the future (pp. 65-90). Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Fidlar Doubleday. [The Proceedings from the Fifth International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, held in Ft. Lauderdale, FL., November 7 - 10, 2002.] 

Nixon, L. (2004). A Dąbrowskian Analysis of the Ten Oxherding Pictures Presented at the The Sixth International Congress of the Institute For Positive Disintegration in Human Development June 24-26, 2004 Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
The pictures.
The paper. 

Nixon, L. (2005). Potential for Positive Disintegration and IQ. The Dąbrowski Newsletter, 10(2).1-5.  

Nixon, L. F. (2008). Personality disintegration and reintegration in mystical lives. In S. Mendaglio (Ed.). Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration (pp. 203-226). Scottsdale AZ: Great Potential Press, Inc.  

Nixon, L. F. (2010). Individual identity and union with the Absolute: An analysis of Dąbrowski’s critique of Asian religions, Advanced Development Journal, 12, 49-67. 

Nixon, L. F. (2012). The function of mystical experiences in personality development. Advanced Development Journal, 13, 42-67. 

Noble, K. D. (1984). Psychological health and the experience of transcendence. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.  

Noble, K. D. (2001). Riding the windhorse: Spiritual intelligence and the growth of the self. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press. 

Noble, K. D., Robinson, N. M., & Gunderson, S. A. (1993). All rivers lead to the sea: A follow-up study of gifted young adults. Roeper Review, 15(3), 124-130. 

Nordin, R. G. (2006). Understanding Emotional Exceptionality in Gifted Youth: A Book Review. Journal of Secondary Gifted Education, 17(3), 188-190.  

O'Connor, K. J. (2002). The application of Dąbrowski's theory to the gifted. In M. Neihart, S. M. Reis, N. M. Robinson, & S. M. Moon (Eds.), The social and emotional development of gifted children: What do we know? (pp. 51-60). Waco, TX: Prufrock Press.  

Odejide, A. O. (1979). Cross-cultural psychiatry: A myth or reality. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 20(2), 103-109.  

Ogburn, M. K. (1976). Differentiating guilt according to theory of positive disintegration. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin. 

Ogburn-Colangelo, M. K. (1979). Giftedness as multilevel potential: A clinical example. In N. Colangelo & R. Zaffrann (Eds.), New Voices in Counseling the Gifted (pp. 165-187). Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall Hunt Pub. Co..  

Ogburn-Colangelo, M. K., (1989). Giftedness as multilevel potential: A clinical example. Advanced Development, 1, 87-100.  

Osborne, J. (1987). A Human Science Study of Learning about "Learning." Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 27, 485-500.  

Overexcitability questionnaire items (OEQ). See Lysy & Piechowski, (1983).  

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Palmer, Marian Elizabeth. The relationship between levels of development and the elaboration of possible selves. [Dissertation Abstract] Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering. Vol 67(11-B), 2007, pp. 6756. 

Pardo de Santayana Sanz, R. (2006). El alumno superdotado y sus problemas de aprendizaje: Validación del OEQ-II como prueba de diagnóstico (The gifted student and learning disabilities: Validation of the OEQ-II as a diagnosis test). Universidad Complutense de Madrid. ISBN: 84-669-2872-3. 

Payette, P. (1970, August 26-30). On the road to identity. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec.  19 pages.  

Payne, C. (1987). A psychobiographical study of the emotional development of a controversial protest leader. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL.  

Perrone-McGovern, K. M., Boo, J. N.,& Vannatter, A. (2012). Marital and Life Satisfaction Among Gifted Adults. Roeper Review, 34, 46-52 doi: 10.1080/02783193.2012.627552 

Peterson, J. S. (2002). A Longitudinal Study of Post-High-School Development in Gifted Individuals at Risk for Poor Educational Outcomes. Journal of Secondary Gifted Education, 14(1), 6-18.  

Peterson, J. S. (2003). An Argument for Proactive Attention to Affective Concerns of Gifted Adolescents. Journal of Secondary Gifted Education, 14(2), 62-70.  

Peterson, J. S. (2009). Myth 17: Gifted and talented individuals do not have unique social and emotional needs. Gifted Child Quarterly, 53(4), 280-282. 

Peterson, J. S. (2012). The asset-burden paradox of giftedness: A 15-year phenomenological, longitudinal case study. Roeper Review, 34, 244-260. doi:10.1080/02783193.2012.715336 

Percival, T. Kohlberg and Dąbrowski: Towards a unified theory. Unpublished manuscript.  12 pages.  

Perez-Fabello, M. & Campos, A. (2011). Dissociative Experiences and Creativity in Fine Arts Students. Creativity Research Journal, 23(1), 38-41. doi:10.1080/10400419.2011.545721 

Perspectives on the self of the gifted. (1998). Roeper Review, 20(3), 144-230. A special issue on perspectives of the Self of the gifted. Articles discuss the writer's vision, experiences, and perception of the human Self; a sociological perspective on the reflexive Self; the characteristics of creative individuals; the relationship between denial of anger and denial of Self in light of two aspects of Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration; the development of the Self in gifted people; the process of identity development in intellectually gifted children and adolescents; the development of emotional maturity in the gifted; spiritual sensitivity in gifted children; early self-efficacy in gifted children; the development of the true Self of the gifted child; examples of outstanding achievement among individuals who lacked a supportive environment, one of the conditions identified as necessary by models of talent development; the indivisibility of self, mind, and intelligence; the influence of giftedness on an individual's life; the isolation of the gifted asynchronous child whose level of moral development is out of sync with age peers and human culture; the experience of the depressive state of ten gifted adolescents; a model for understanding the complexity of gifted people; and one-to-one integrated tutoring and therapy offered to gifted children at a clinic in Great Britain.  

Perszko, D. (2010). Fundamentals of the Psychology of Creativity. (J. Lucas, Trans.). Heksis, 2, Unpaginated. Retrieved from http://www.heksis.com/ Heksis

Piechowski, M. (1970a, August 26-30). The concept of multilevelness and developmental potential - A propaedeutic to the inner psychic milieu. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec. 12 pages. EDI: #62 J), Appendix B - 6.  

Piechowski, M. M. (1970b, August 26-30). The empirical basis of valuation. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec.  11 pages.  

Piechowski, M. M. (1974). Two developmental concepts: Multilevelness and developmental potential. Counseling and Values, 18(2), 86-93. 

Piechowski, M. M. (1975a). A theoretical and empirical approach to the study of development. Genetic Psychology Monographs, 92(2), 231-297.  

Piechowski. M. M. (1975b). Formless forms: The conceptual structure of theories of counseling and psychotherapy. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI.  

Piechowski, M. M. (1975c). Formless forms: The conceptual structure of theories of counseling and psychotherapy. Unpublished manuscript, University of Wisconsin Madison. Supplement to a doctoral dissertation proposal.  88 pages. Refers to Dąbrowski.  

Piechowski, M. M. (1976). Mental health as a function of psychological development. In K. Dąbrowski (Ed.), Higiena psychiczna (Mental health). Warszawa: Panstwowe Naukowe (Science Publishing House), 1979. 

Piechowski, M. M. (1978a). Self actualization as a developmental structure: A profile of Antoine de Saint Exupéry. Genetic Psychology Monographs, 97(2), 181-242.  

Piechowski, M. M. (1978b). Mental health as a function of psychological development. Paper to appear in Mental Hygiene of Psychologically Healthy People. Warszawa PNN (Science Publishing House), 1978.  Manuscript date; December, 1976, 41 pages, refers to Dąbrowski.  

Piechowski, M. M. (1979a). Developmental potential. In N. Colangelo and R. Zaffrann (Eds.), New Voices in Counseling the Gifted (25-57). Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall Hunt.  

Piechowski, M. M. (1979b). Levels of emotional development. Illinois Teacher-of-Home-Economics, 22(3), 134-139. NEL/B.  

Piechowski, M. M. (1980). Emotional sources of intellectual well-being. Paper presented at the American Education Research Association Annual meeting, Boston, MA.  "pp. 1-22" 

Piechowski, M. M. (1981a). Development potential - A model of giftedness. Proposed study for the Spencer Foundation. pp. 1-4. 

Piechowski, M. M. (1981b). The logical and the empirical form of feeling. Journal of Aesthetic Education, 15(1), 31-53.  Does not refer to Dąbrowski.  

Piechowski, M. M. (1982). A comparison of different types of intellectual overexcitability. Paper presented at the National Association for Gifted Children conference, New Orleans, LA. SIL/86.  

Piechowski, M. M. (1983). The invisible mansion - A synopsis of my underlying theoretical perspective. Unpublished manuscript.  pp. 1-15.  

Piechowski, M. M. (1984). Inner growth and transformation in the life of Eleanor Roosevelt. Paper presented at the Eleanor Roosevelt Centennial Conference, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY. NEL/B.  

Piechowski, M. M. (1986). The concept of developmental potential. Roeper Review, 8(3), 190-197.  

Piechowski, M. M. (1987). Case studies of self-actualization. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Washington, DC. NEL/B.  

Piechowski, M. M. (1989). Developmental potential and the growth of self. In J. VanTassel-Baska and P. Olszewski-Kubilius (Eds.), Patterns of influence on gifted learners: The home, the self, and the school. New York: Teachers College Press, pp. 87-101.  

Piechowski, M. M. (1990a). The Heart of Leta Hollingworth. Roeper Review, 12(3), 228-234. 

Piechowski, M. M. (1990b). Inner growth and transformation in the life of Eleanor Roosevelt. Advanced Development, 2, 35-53. 

Piechowski, M. M. (1991a). Characteristics of the self actualized person: Visions from the East and West (Invited Commentary). Counseling and Values, 36, 19-20. This article is a comment on Chang & Page, 1991.  

Piechowski, M. M. (1991b). Emotional development and emotional giftedness. In N. Colangelo & G. Davis (Eds.), Handbook of Gifted Education (pp. 285-306). Boston: Allyn and Bacon.  

Piechowski, M. M. (1991c). Giftedness for all seasons: Inner peace in a time of war. Paper presented at the Henry B. and Jocelyn Wallace National Research Symposium on Talent Development, The University of Iowa, Iowa City.  44 pages. A paper presenting three case studies, refers to Dąbrowski.  

Piechowski, M. M. (1992a). Etty Hillesum: The thinking heart of the barracks. Advanced Development, 4, 105-118. 

Piechowski, M. M. (1992b). Giftedness for all seasons: Inner peace in time of war. In N. Colangelo, S. G. Assouline, & D. L. Ambroson (Eds.), Talent Development. Proceedings of the Henry B. and Jocelyn Wallace National Research Symposium on Talent Development. (pp. 180-203). Unionville, New York: Trillium Press. 

Piechowski, M. M. (1992c). Inner peace in time of war. Viewpoints 1992, 45-70. 

Piechowski, M. M. (1993a). Is inner transformation a creative process? Creativity Research Journal, 6(1& 2), 89-98. 

Piechowski, M. M. (1993c). The heart of Leta S. Hollingworth. Advanced Development, 5, 103-115. 

Piechowski, M. M. (1997a). Emotional Giftedness: An expanded view. APEX: The New Zealand Journal of Gifted Education, 10, 37-47.  

Piechowski, M. M. (1997b). Emotional giftedness: An expanded view. Paper presented at the 12th World Conference of the World Council for Gifted and Talented Children, July 29-August 2, Seattle, Washington. 

Piechowski, M. M. (1997c). Emotional giftedness: The measure of intrapersonal intelligence. In N. Colangelo & G. A. Davis (Eds.), Handbook of Gifted Education (2nd ed.) (pp. 366-381). Needham Heights, MA: Allyn and Bacon.  No copy held. 

Piechowski, M. M. (1998). The self victorious: Personal strengths, Chance and co-incidence. Roeper Review, 20(3), 191-198. 

Piechowski, M. M. (1999). Overexcitabilities. M. Runco & S. Pritzker (Eds.) Encyclopedia of creativity (pp. 325-334). New York: Academic Press.  

Piechowski, M. M. (2001). Childhood Spirituality. The Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 33(1), 1-15.  

Piechowski, M. M. (2002a). Experiencing in a higher key: Dąbrowski's theory of and for the gifted. Gifted Education Communicator, 33(1), 28-31, 35-36.  

Piechowski, M. M. (2002b). How well do we understand Dąbrowski's theory? In N. Duda, (Ed.), Positive Disintegration: The Theory of the future. 100th Dąbrowski anniversary program on the man, the theory, the application and the future (pp. 177-184). Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Fidlar Doubleday. [The Proceedings from the Fifth International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, held in Ft. Lauderdale, FL., November 7 - 10, 2002.] 

Piechowski, M. M. (2003). From William James to Maslow and Dąbrowski: Excitability of character and self-actualization. In D. Ambrose, L. M. Cohen & A. J. Tannenbaum (Eds.), Creative intelligence: Toward theoretic integration. (Perspectives on creativity). (pp. 283-322). Cresskill, N.J.: Hampton Press, Inc.  

Piechowski, M. M. (2006). "Mellow Out," They Say. If Only I Could: Intensities and Sensitivities of the Young and Bright, Madison, WI: Yunasa Books. Also see: http://www.mellowout.us/  

Piechowski, M. M. (2008). Discovering Dąbrowski's theory. In S. Mendaglio (Ed.). Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration (pp. 41-77). Scottsdale AZ: Great Potential Press, Inc.  

Piechowski, M. M. (2009a). Living with Intensities and Sensitivities. (Keynote address). In J. Frank, H. Curties, & G. Finlay, (Eds.). Imagining the way: Proceedings from the 19th Annual SAGE Conference (pp. 1 - 7). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the 19th Annual SAGE Conference. November 7-8, 2008, University of Calgary, Calgary AB.).  

Piechowski, M. M. (2009b). Peace Pilgrim, exemplar of level V. Roeper Review, 31(2), 103-112. doi: 10.1080/02783190902737673  

Piechowski, M. M. (2009c). Piechowski's response to William Tillier's Conceptual differences between Piechowski and Dąbrowski. In J. Frank, H. Curties, & G. Finlay, (Eds.). Imagining the way: Proceedings from the 19th Annual SAGE Conference (pp. 70 - 74). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the 19th Annual SAGE Conference. November 7-8, 2008, University of Calgary, Calgary AB.). See Tillier, 2009a, 2009c. 

Piechowski, M. M. (2009d). Taking the Mystery out of Personal Growth. In J. Frank, H. Curties, & G. Finlay, (Eds.). Imagining the way: Proceedings from the 19th Annual SAGE Conference (pp. 8 - 11). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the 19th Annual SAGE Conference. November 7-8, 2008, University of Calgary, Calgary AB.).  

Piechowski, M. M. (2009e). The innerworld of the young and bright. In D. Ambrose & T. Cross (Eds.), Morality, ethics, and gifted minds (pp. 177-194). New York: Springer Science+Business Media. doi: 10.1007/978-0-387-89368-6 14 

Piechowski, M. M. (2010). Comment on Jane Piirto’s "21 Years With the Dąbrowski’s Theory" Advanced Development Journal, 12, 93-94. 

Piechowski, M. M. (2010b). We are all cells in the body of humanity. Gifted Education International, 27, 5-9. 

Piechowski, M. M. (2014). Rethinking Dąbrowski's Theory: I. The Case Against Primary Integration. Roeper Review, 36, 11-17. doi:10.1080/02783193.2013.856829 

Piechowski, M. M. (n.d.). Mental health as a function of psychological development. Unpublished manuscript.  "Abstract and summary, 1-6." Note: NEL/B lists this as a paper presented at the University of Illinois, Urbana.  

Piechowski, M. M. List of publications.  (October, 1990).  

Piechowski, M. M. List of publications.  (February, 1993).  

Piechowski, M. M., & Colangelo, N. (1982, October). Developmental potential of the gifted. Revision of a paper presented at the Annual Convention for the National Association for Gifted Children, New Orleans.  

Piechowski, M. M., & Colangelo, N. (1983). Development potential of gifted adolescents. Unpublished abstract. 

Piechowski, M. M., & Colangelo, N. (1984). Developmental potential of the gifted. Gifted Child Quarterly, 28(2), 80-88.  

Piechowski, M. M., & Cunningham, K. (1985). Patterns of overexcitability in a group of artists. Journal of Creative Behavior, 19(3), 153-174.  

Piechowski, M. M., & Dąbrowski, K. (in press). Self actualization as a developmental structure: A profile of Antoine de Saint Exupéry. Genetic Psychology Monographs.   This is a pre-publication copy of Piechowski, (1978a). The paper was not published under this authorship as Dąbrowski withdrew his name from the work. I have included it here because this reference appears in Dąbrowski, K., with Piechowski, M. M. (1977).  

Piechowski, M. M., & Miller, N. B. (1995). Assessing developmental potential in gifted children: A comparison of methods. Roeper Review, 17(3), 176-180. A correction to this article appears inRoeper Review, 17(4), 238.  

Piechowski M. M., & Probst, B. (2012). Overexcitabilities and Temperament. In Cross, T. L. & Cross, J. R. (Eds.). The Handbook for Counselors Serving Students with Gifts and Talents, (pp. 53-73). Waco, Texas: Prufrock. 

Piechowski, M. M., Silverman, L. K., Cunningham, K., & Falk, F. (1982, March). A comparison of intellectually gifted and artists on five dimensions of mental functioning. Paper presented at the American Education Research Association Annual Meeting, New York.  6 pages.  

Piechowski, M. M., Silverman, L. K., & Falk, F. (1985). Comparison of intellectually and artistically gifted on five dimensions of mental functioning. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 60, 539-549.  

Piechowski, M. M., & Tyska, C. (1982). Self actualization profile of Eleanor Roosevelt, a presumed non-transcender. Genetic Psychology Monographs, 105, 95-153.  

Piirto, J. (1990). Profiles of creative adolescents. Understanding Our Gifted, 2(3), 1, 10-12. 

Piirto, J. (1992). Understanding Those Who Create. Ohio: Psychologists Press.  

Piirto, J. (1994). Talented children and adults: Their development and education. New York: Macmillan.  

Piirto, J. (1997, November). Twelve issues: Implications of post-modern curriculum theory for the education of the talented. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Association for Gifted Children Conference, Little Rock, AR. [On-line].  Refers to "the Dąbrowski Theory of Positive Disintegration (as it is called in Canada, or of Emotional Development, as it is called in the United States)" (p. 7).  

Piirto, J. (1998a). Understanding Those Who Create. (2nd ed.). Scottsdale AZ: Great Potential Press.  

Piirto, J. (1998b). Talented Children and Adults: Their development and education. (2nd ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall.  

Piirto, J. (2004). Understanding creativity. Scottsdale, AZ: Great Potential Press. 

Piirto, J. (2005). I Live in My Own Bubble: The Values of Talented Adolescents. Journal of Secondary Gifted Education, 16(2/3), 106-118. 

Piirto, J. (2007). Talented Children and Adults: Their Development and Education. Chapter 11 Waco, TX: Prufrock Press, 2007. Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jane_piirto/2 

Piirto, J. (2008). The Last Word: An Interview With Michael Pyryt. Journal of Advanced Academics (1932-202X) 19(2), 345-353. 

Piirto, J. (2009). Eminence and creativity in selected visual artists. In MacFarlene, B., & Stambaugh, T. (Eds.) Leading change in gifted education (pp. 13-26). Waco, TX: Prufrock Press. Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jane_piirto/33  

Piirto, J. (2010). 21 Years With the Dąbrowski Theory: An Autoethnography. Advanced Development Journal, 12, 68-90. 

Piirto, J. (2010b). Rejoinder. Advanced Development Journal, 12, 95-96. 

Piirto, J., Cassone, G., Ackerman, C., & Fraas, J. (1996). An international study of intensity in talented teenagers using the Overexcitability Questionnaire (OEQ). In W. Tillier (Ed.), Perspectives on the self: Proceedings of the Second Biennial Conference on Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. (pp. 24-37). Unpublished Manuscript.  

Piirto, J., Flynt, L., Schottke, N., & Willmore, S. (1998). The overexcitability questionnaire: Qualitative applications. In C. M. Ackerman (Ed.), Texturizing and Contextualizing: Proceedings from the 3rd International Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory (pp. 156-157). Unpublished Manuscript. (The Third Biennial Conference on Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. July 10-12, 1998. Location: Kendall College, Evanston IL.).  

Piirto, J., & Fraas, J. (2012). A Mixed-Methods Comparison of Vocational and Identified-Gifted High School Students on the Overexcitability Questionnaire. Journal for the Education of the Gifted, 35, 3-34. doi:10.1177/0162353211433792  

Piirto, J., Montgomery, D., & May, J. (2008). A comparison of Dąbrowski's overexcitabilities by gender for American and Korean high school gifted students. High Ability Studies, 19(2), 141-153. doi: 10.1080/13598130802504080  

Piotrowski, Zygmunt Comments on positive disintegration. Unpublished manuscript, Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia. 7 pages. EDI: #62 J), Appendix B - 8.  

Platt, P. J. (1981). Analysis of an eminent person using Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. In N. Duda (Ed.), Theory of Positive Disintegration: Proceedings of the Third International Conference (pp. 463-484). Miami, FL: Xerox. 

Platt, P. J. (1982). Musicality: An inquiry based on Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB. 

Powers, R. (1998). Psychology, Pedagogy, and Creative Expression in a Course on Evil. Creativity Research Journal, 11(1), 61-68.  

Pugh, G. M. (1970, August 26-30). Psychotherapy through diagnosis. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec. 9 pages. EDI: #62 J), Appendix B - 2.  

Purushottam, J. (2002). A rendezvous with destiny. In N. Duda, (Ed.), Positive Disintegration: The Theory of the future. 100th Dąbrowski anniversary program on the man, the theory, the application and the future (pp. 13-22). Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Fidlar Doubleday. [The Proceedings from the Fifth International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, held in Ft. Lauderdale, FL., November 7 - 10, 2002.] 

Pyryt, M. C. (1993). The fulfillment of promise revisited: a discriminant analysis of factors predicting success in the Terman study. Roeper Review, 15(3), 178-180.  

Pyryt, M. C. (2006). The Vision of Julian Stanley. Roeper Review, 28(2), 62-63.  

Pyryt, M. C. (2008). The Dąbrowskian lens: Implications for understanding gifted individuals. In S. Mendaglio (Ed.). Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration (pp. 175-182). Scottsdale AZ: Great Potential Press, Inc.  

Pyryt, M. C., & Mendaglio, S. (1991, July 29-August 2). Using Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration to understand and help gifted individuals. Paper presented at the Ninth World Conference on Gifted and Talented Children, The Hague, The Netherlands. 

Pyryt, M. C., & Mendaglio, S. (1994). The multidimensional self-concept: A comparison of gifted and average-ability adolescents. Journal for the Education of the Gifted. 17, 299-305.

Pyryt, M. C., & Mendaglio, S. (2006). The big-fish-little-pond effect: Social comparison processes and positive maladjustment. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Positive Maladjustment: Theoretical, Educational and Therapeutic Perspectives. Proceedings from the Seventh International Congress of the Institute for Positive Disintegration in Human Development (pp. 84-91). Unpublished Manuscript. (August 3-5, 2006 Calgary, Alberta).  

Rama, Swami et. al. (1976). Yoga and Psychotherapy. Glenville, IL: Himalayan Institute.  

Ramer, W. (1981). Positive disintegration and man's search for meaning. In N. Duda (Ed.), Theory of Positive Disintegration: Proceedings of the Third International Conference (pp. 359-368). Miami, FL: Xerox. 

Rankel, M. D. (1969, April). Cultural Anthropology and Positive Disintegration. (21 pages). 

Rankel, M. D. (1970a, May 17) Disintegration: Part II Disintegration - Part of the Process Toward a Unified Personality. Course Paper, Psychology 405, Professor Schaeffer.  

Rankel, M. D. [King, M.] (1970b, August 26-30). Emotions and the child: The concept of equilibrium as viewed by Dąbrowski and Piaget. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec. 20 pages. EDI: #62 J), Appendix B - 18.  

Rankel, M. D. 569 Summaries: Summaries of Various Theories. Class Handout. Educational Psychology 569, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Fall 1976.  

Rankel, M. D. (1976, June 7) Elaboration of the Theory of Positive Disintegration. (4 pages).  

Rankel, M. D. 569 Class H. O.: Educational Psychology 569, Class Handout. University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Fall 1976. (Various Summaries of the theory, charts, etc.). 

Rankel, M. D. (1981). The dis-ease of troubled children: How can we help Them Grow? In N. Duda (Ed.), Theory of Positive Disintegration: Proceedings of the Third International Conference (pp. 369-385). Miami, FL: Xerox. 

Rankel M. D. (1982). Dąbrowski - An extraordinary man. Alberta Psychology, 11(1), 7.  

Rankel, M. D. (1996). Personality growth and the search for spirituality. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Perspectives on the self: The second biennial conference on Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration. (pp.136-173). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the second biennial conference on Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration May 22-25, 1996 Kananaskis, Alberta, Canada.) 

Rankel, M. D. (1998a). Level IV, V and beyond In C. M. Ackerman (Ed.), Texturizing and Contextualizing: Proceedings from the 3rd International Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory (pp. 11-27). Unpublished Manuscript. (The Third Biennial Conference on Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. July 10-12, 1998. Location: Kendall College, Evanston IL.). 

Rankel, M. D. (1998b). The faces test. In C. M. Ackerman (Ed.), Texturizing and Contextualizing: Proceedings from the 3rd International Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory (pp. 138-139). Unpublished Manuscript. (The Third Biennial Conference on Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. July 10-12, 1998. Location: Kendall College, Evanston IL.). 

Rankel, M. D. (2000). From psychopath to saint. In N. Bouchet, & J. Toth (Eds.), The Labyrinth: Safe Journey and Homecoming (pp. 36-59). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Fourth Biennial Advanced Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory. July 6-9, 2000. Location: Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada.). 

Rankel, M. D. (2002a). Dr. Dąbrowski: An extraordinary man. In N. Duda, (Ed.), Positive Disintegration: The Theory of the future. 100th Dąbrowski anniversary program on the man, the theory, the application and the future (pp. 37-48). Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Fidlar Doubleday. [The Proceedings from the Fifth International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, held in Ft. Lauderdale, FL., November 7 - 10, 2002.] 

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Rankel, M. D. (2004). Children and Non-Gifted Parents, Educators and Therapists: The Sacrifice of True Genius to False Pride. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Developmental Potential - From Theory to Practice: Educational and Therapeutic perspectives (pp. 106-152). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Sixth International Congress of the Institute For Positive Disintegration in Human Development June 24-26, 2004 Calgary, Alberta, Canada.) 

Rankel, M. D. (2006). We, whose task is wakefulness itself: Dr. K. Dąbrowski - a most positively maladjusted psychiatrist, psychotherapist, and philosopher. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Positive Maladjustment: Theoretical, Educational and Therapeutic Perspectives. Proceedings from the Seventh International Congress of the Institute for Positive Disintegration in Human Development (pp. 12-43). Unpublished Manuscript. (August 3-5, 2006 Calgary, Alberta).  

Rankel, M. D. (2008a). Dąbrowski on authentic education. In S. Mendaglio (Ed.). Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration (pp. 79-100). Scottsdale AZ: Great Potential Press, Inc.  

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Rankel, M. D. (n.d.) Disequilibrium and Development, A look at the Canadian Contributions. (14 pages).  

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Robinson, E. (2002). Abraham Lincoln's personality development seen through the theory of positive disintegration. Part 1. In N. Duda, (Ed.), Positive Disintegration: The Theory of the future. 100th Dąbrowski anniversary program on the man, the theory, the application and the future (pp. 53-58). Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Fidlar Doubleday. [The Proceedings from the Fifth International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, held in Ft. Lauderdale, FL., November 7 - 10, 2002.] 

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Silverman, L. K. (1982a). Counseling the gifted. Paper presented at the Illinois State gifted conference, Chicago, IL. Audio tape available from the Illinois Association for the gifted. SIL/86 

Silverman, L. K. (1982b). Developmental potential of the gifted (Summary). Proceedings of the 29th annual convention of the National Association for Gifted Children. St. Paul, MN. SIL/86.  

Silverman, L. K. (1983a). Issues in affective development of the gifted. In J. VanTassel-Baska (Ed.), A Practical Guide to Counseling the Gifted in a School Setting (pp. 6-21). Reston, VA: Council for Exceptional Children.  

Silverman, L. K. (1983b). Personality development: The pursuit of excellence. Journal for the Education of the Gifted, VI(1), 5-19.  

Silverman, L. K. (1985). Dąbrowski's Theory. Presentation in course on counseling the gifted and talented, University of Denver, Denver, CO. SIL/86. Videotape, ISAD.  

Silverman, L. K. (1986). Personality development and the gifted. Mensa Bulletin, (September), #299, 14-16.  

Silverman, L. K. (1987a). Applying knowledge about social development to the counseling process with gifted adolescents. In T. M. Buescher (Ed.), Understanding gifted and talented adolescents (pp. 117-130). Evanston, IL: The Center for Talent Development, Northwestern University. SIL/91.  

Silverman, L. K. (1987b). Dąbrowski's theory of emotional development. In L. K. Silverman, Gifted education: A developmental approach. Columbus, OH: Charles E. Merrill. 

Silverman, L. K. (1987c). Moral leadership. Leadership Network Newsletter, 2(1), 1-2. SIL/91.  

Silverman, L. K. (1987d). The pursuit of self-perfection. Matrix: Magazine of Denver MENSA, 23(4), 13. NEL/B.  

Silverman, L. K. (1988). Response to: Toward a holistic psychology of valuing. Counseling and Values, 33, 60-63.  

Silverman, L. K. (1989a). Career counseling for the gifted. In J. Van Tassel Baska and P. Olszewski Kubilius (Eds.), Patterns of Influence on Gifted Learners: The Home, the School and the Self (pp. 201-213). New York: Teachers College Press.  

Silverman, L. K. (1989b). Invisible gifts invisible handicaps. Roeper Review, 12(1), 37-42. 

Silverman, L. K. (1989c). It all began with Leta Hollingworth: The story of giftedness in women. Journal of the Education of the Gifted, XII(2), 86-98.  Does not refer to Dąbrowski.  

Silverman, L. K. (1990a). The crucible of perfectionism. In B. Holyst (Ed.), Mental health in a changing world (pp. 39-49). Warsaw: The Polish Society for Mental Health. SIL/91.  

Silverman, L. K. (1990b). Social and emotional education of the gifted: The discoveries of Leta Hollingworth. Roeper Review, 12 (3), 171-179. 

Silverman, L. K. (1991a). Emotional Intensity, Personality Plus column Understanding Our Gifted, 3(3) 15.  

Silverman, L. K. (1991b). Family counseling. In N. Colangelo & G. Davis (Eds.), Handbook of gifted education (pp. 307-320). Boston: Allyn and Bacon.  

Silverman, L. K. (1991c). Possible characteristics of individuals at level V. Unpublished manuscript.  2 Pages.  

Silverman, L. K. (1991d). Sensitivity, Personality Plus column Understanding Our Gifted, 3(4) 16.  

Silverman, L. K. (1992a). Counseling the gifted individual. Counseling and Human Development, 25(4), 1-16.  

Silverman, L. K. (1992b). The importance of early identification of the gifted. Highly Gifted children, 8(1), 5, 16–17. 

Silverman, L. K. (1992c). Leta Stetter Hollingworth: Champion of the psychology of women and gifted children. Journal of Educational Psychology, 84(1), 20-27.  Does not refer to Dąbrowski.  

Silverman, L. K. (Ed.). (1993a). Counseling the gifted and talented Denver, CO: Love Publishing.  

Silverman, L. K. (1993b). Counseling needs and programs for the gifted. In K. Heller, F. Monks, & A. H. Passow (Eds.), International handbook of research and development of giftedness and talent (pp. 631-647). Oxford, England: Pergamon Press. 

Silverman, L. K. (1993c). A developmental model for counseling the gifted. In L. K. Silverman (Ed.), Counseling the gifted and talented (pp. 51-78). Denver, CO: Love Publishing.  

Silverman, L. K. (1993d). The gifted individual. In L. K. Silverman (Ed.), Counseling the gifted and talented (pp. 3-28). Denver: Love Publishing.  

Silverman, L. K. (1993e). Social development, leadership, and gender issues. In L. K. Silverman (Ed.), Counseling the gifted and talented (pp. 291-327). Denver: Love Publishing.  

Silverman, L. K. (1993f). Techniques for preventive counseling. In L. K. Silverman (Ed.), Counseling the gifted and talented (pp. 81-109). Denver: Love Publishing.  

Silverman, L. K. (1994). The moral sensitivity of gifted children and the evolution of society. Roeper Review, 17(2), 110-116.  

Silverman, L. K. (1995). The universal experience of being out-of-sync. In L. K. Silverman (Ed.) Advanced development: A collection of works on giftedness in adults. (pp. 1-12). Denver: Institute for the Study of Advanced Development.  

Silverman, L. K. (1997). The construct of asynchronous development. Peabody Journal of Education, 72(3/4), 36-58. Part of a special issue on charting a new course in gifted education. The construct of asynchrony offers a child-centered perspective on giftedness that can guide parents, teachers, and counselors in the education of gifted children. Asynchrony has a strong theoretical foundation, is deeply rooted in the field of psychology, and enjoys a rich global heritage in the insightful work of Hollingworth, Terrassier, Dabroswski, and Vygotsky. Asynchrony is not a competitive concept or a source of envy. It stresses the vulnerability of gifted individuals, concentrates on the difficulties gifted individuals face fitting into society, offers insight into the phenomenological realities of gifted individuals and stresses the important role of parents, teachers, and counselors in the optimal development of gifted individuals. Gifted children are at serious risk for alienation if their unique needs are not recognized in early childhood and their developmental differences are not supported. Asynchrony offers an understanding of the inner experiences of gifted children and a sound framework for responding to these children's developmental differences.  

Silverman, L. K. (Fall, 1998a). Dąbrowski's Theory and the psychology of giftedness. Quest, 9(2), 2-7.  The newsletter of the Division of Research and Evaluation, National Association for Gifted Children.  

Silverman, L. K. (1998b). Developmental stages of giftedness: Infancy through adulthood. In J. Van Tassel-Baska (Ed.), Excellence in educating gifted & talented learners (3rd ed.) (pp. 145-166). Denver: Love Publishing. 

Silverman, L. K. (1998c). Through the lens of giftedness. Roeper Review, 20, 204-210. 

Silverman, L. K. (1999). Perfectionism: The crucible of giftedness. Advanced Development, 8, 47-61. 

Silverman, L. K. (2001). See Fletcher, H. (2001).  

Silverman, L. K. (2002). Visual spatial brilliance: A Dąbrowskian perspective. In N. Duda, (Ed.), Positive Disintegration: The Theory of the future. 100th Dąbrowski anniversary program on the man, the theory, the application and the future (pp. 231-246). Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Fidlar Doubleday. [The Proceedings from the Fifth International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, held in Ft. Lauderdale, FL., November 7 - 10, 2002.] 

Silverman, L. K. (2003). The new children: Are we witnessing greater consciousness? Children of the New Earth, 1(1), 14-18. "Neither heredity nor environment can explain the awareness, the consciousness of this new group of children. Their heredity and environment are not fundamentally different from all the children we've encountered in the past. Yet there is a remarkable difference in these children from the children we've known in the past. The only explanation I can think of is evolution. I believe we are witnessing the evolution of the human species, and that this evolution is becoming apparent first among the gifted."  

Silverman, L. K. (2007). Perfectionism: The crucible of giftedness. Gifted Education International, 23(3), 233-245. Perfectionism is the most misunderstood aspect of the personality of the gifted. The psychological field characterizes it in extremely negative ways, which may be counterproductive to the development of the gifted individual. There are positive as well as negative aspects of perfectionism, depending on how it is channeled. As one gains higher consciousness, perfectionism becomes a catalyst for self-actualization arid humanitarian ideals. Dąbrowski's theory allows us to see how perfectionism changes in form at different levels of development. 

Silverman, L. K. (2008). The Theory of Positive Disintegration in the field of gifted education. In S. Mendaglio (Ed.). Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration (pp. 157-173). Scottsdale AZ: Great Potential Press, Inc.  

Silverman, L. K. (2009a). The measurement of giftedness. In L. Shavinina (Ed.). The international handbook on giftedness (pp. 947-970). Amsterdam: Springer Science. 

Silverman, L. K. (2009b). My love affair with Dąbrowski's theory: A personal odyssey. Roeper Review, 31(3),141 -149. doi: 10.1080/02783190902993912 

Silverman, L. K. (2010a). Asynchrony. In B. Kerr & B. Wells (Eds.), The encyclopedia of giftedness, creativity and talent (67-70). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. 

Silverman, L. K. (2010b). Perfectionism is not a malady. (H. Polyak, Trans.). Heksis, 1, Unpaginated. Retrieved from http://www.heksis.com/ Heksis

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Silverman, L. K. (n.d.). Study of higher level development: Questionnaire. Unpublished manuscript, University of Denver.  Date unknown.  

Silverman, L. K. (n.d.). Dąbrowski's theory of emotional development. Unpublished manuscript.  An early paper, 65 pages.  

Silverman, L. K. (n.d.). Dąbrowski's theory research community.   A 12 page mailing list.  

Silverman, L. K., & Ellsworth, B. (1981). The Theory of Positive Disintegration and its implication for giftedness. In N. Duda (Ed.), Theory of Positive Disintegration: Proceedings of the Third International Conference (pp. 179-194). Miami, FL: Xerox. 

Silverman, L. K., & Falk, R. F. (1982). A study of extraordinary development potential. (Grant proposal presented to the Spencer Foundation). SIL/86.  

Silverman, L. K., & Golon, A. S. (2008). Clinical practice with gifted families. In S. I. Pfeiffer (Ed.), Handbook of Giftedness in Children: Psychoeducational theory, research, and best practices (pp. 199 – 222). New York: Springer. 

Silverman, L. K., & Kearney, K. (1989). Parents of the extraordinarily gifted. Advanced Development, 1, 41-56. 

Silverman, L. K., & Miller, N. (2009). A feminine perspective of giftedness. In L. Shavinina (Ed.). The international handbook on giftedness (pp. 99-128). Amsterdam: Springer Science. 

Silverman, L. K., & Piechowski, M. M. (1982). A study of extraordinary developmental potential. Unpublished manuscript.  Note: NEL/B indicates F. Falk as a co-author of this paper.  

Silverman, L. K., Piechowski M. M., Falk, R. F., & Felder, R. (1982). Developmental potential of the gifted. National Association for Gifted Children, New Orleans, Louisiana. 

Silverman, L. K., & Schuppin, E. (1981, August). Inner conflict as a path to higher development in women. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Los Angeles, CA.  

Silverman, L. K., & Schuppin, E. (1989). Inner conflict as a path to higher development in women. Mensa Research Journal, 27, 42-49.  

Silverman, L. K., & Ellsworth, B. (n.d.). The Theory of Positive Disintegration and its implications for giftedness. Paper presented at Ranum High school, Westminster, CO.  

Sisk, D. (2003). See Seevers, R., & Shaughnessy, M. F. (2003). 

Sisk, D. (2006). Ethical perspectives. In B. Wallace & G. Eriksson (Eds.), Diversity in gifted education: International perspectives on global issues (168-188). N. Y.: Routledge. 

Sisk, D. (2008a). Engaging the Spiritual Intelligence of Gifted Students to Build Global Awareness in the Classroom. Roeper Review, 30(1), 24 - 30. 

Sisk, D. (2008b). Making Great Kids Greater: Easing the Burden of Being Gifted. Thousand Oaks, Ca.: Corwin. 

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Solow, R. E. (1995). Parents' reasoning about the social and emotional development of their intellectually gifted children. Roeper Review, 18(2), 142-146. 

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Szondi, L., Moser, U., & Webb, M. (1959). The Szondi Test. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company.  Does not refer to Dąbrowski. An early testing approach that Dąbrowski acknowledged as a conceptual progenitor of his FACES test. 

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Tatala, M. (2004). The Symbolical Context in Kazimierz Dąbrowski's Positive Disintegration Theory (Paper submitted but not presented at congress). In W. Tillier (Ed.), Developmental Potential - From Theory to Practice: Educational and Therapeutic perspectives (pp. 34-50). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Sixth International Congress of the Institute For Positive Disintegration in Human Development June 24-26, 2004 Calgary, Alberta, Canada.) 

Tebbs, T. J. (2006). Dąbrowski, enlightenment and transformation: A personal reflection. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Positive Maladjustment: Theoretical, Educational and Therapeutic Perspectives. Proceedings from the Seventh International Congress of the Institute for Positive Disintegration in Human Development (pp. 107-132). Unpublished Manuscript. (August 3-5, 2006 Calgary, Alberta).  

Tebbs, T. J. (2012). Giftedness 101. [Review of the book Giftedness 101 by L. K. Silverman] Gifted & Talented International, 27(2), 75-80. 

Terry, A. W. (2008). Student Voices, Global Echoes: Service-Learning and the Gifted. Roeper Review, 30, 45-51 doi:10.1080/02783190701836452  

Terry, A. W., & Bohnenberger, J. E. (2003). Service Learning: Fostering a Cycle of Caring in Our Gifted Youth. Journal of Secondary Gifted Education, 15(1), 6-13.  

Thiruman, M. (2000). Understanding gifted adolescents in Singapore: A Dąbrowskian perspective. In N. Bouchet, & J. Toth (Eds.), The Labyrinth: Safe Journey and Homecoming (pp. 223-244). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Fourth Biennial Advanced Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory. July 6-9, 2000. Location: Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada.). 

Thompson, R. A. (2008). In search of an emotional development theory. [Review of the book Development of emotions and emotion regulation, by M. Holodynski and W. Friedlmeier Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 29(1) 84-86.  

Thorne, F. C. (1976). A new approach to psychopathology. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 32(4), 751-761. 

Tieso, C. L. (1999). Meeting the socio-emotional needs of talented teens. Gifted Child Today Magazine, 22(3), 38-43. The writer considers how teachers can meet the socioemotional skills of talented teenagers. She identifies the problems that talented teenagers face, which include developmental needs, family and peer relations, and negative and harmful school cultures. She states that teachers can help these students by acting as role models, "pacing the match between challenges and skills," and perceiving the emerging needs of often insecure young people. She also offers a list of things that teachers can do to meet the needs of these teenagers.  

Tieso, C. L. (2007a). Overexcitabilities: a new way to think about talent? (Patterns of Overexcitability). Roeper Review, 29(4), 232-239. See Tillier, 2009b. 

Tieso, C. L. (2007b). Patterns of Overexcitabilities in Identified Gifted Students and Their Parents: A Hierarchical Model. Gifted Child Quarterly, 51(1), 11-22. The purpose of this study is to examine the underlying construct of overexcitabilities (OEs) and to identify individual and family-level factors that may explain gifted students' patterns of OEs. Data are collected from a convenience sample of identified gifted students (N = 143) and their parents (N = 161) using a Likert-type questionnaire, the Overexcitabilities Questionnaire II, developed to measure levels of the five intensities of the OEs. Multivariate and univariate analyses of variance and hierarchical linear modeling are used to differentiate between gender and age groups and to explain between and within-group variance on the five subscales of the OEs: Psychomotor, Intellectual, Imaginational, Sensual, and Emotional. Results suggest that there were significant differences between gender and age groups and that most of the variance among students on the OEs was explained by family membership. This study represents an important step in our understanding of affective characteristics of giftedness and creativity. 

Tieso C. L. (2009). Overexcitabilities. In B. Kerr (Ed.), Encyclopedia of giftedness, creativity and talent Volume 2 (pp. 662 -- 664). Thousand Oaks CA: Sage. 

Tillier, W. (1981). Letter. Alberta Psychology, 10(5), 5.  (Comment on Dumont 1981).  

Tillier, W. (1992). A biographical sketch of Dąbrowski. Unpublished manuscript.  4 pages.  

Tillier, W. (1996a). Everybody has to be somewhere: Speculations on levels and the relativity of the self. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Perspectives on the self: The second biennial conference on Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration. (pp. 52-89). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the second biennial conference on Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration May 22-25, 1996 Kananaskis, Alberta, Canada.) 

Tillier, W. (Ed.). (1996b). Perspectives on the self: Proceedings of the Second Biennial Conference on Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. Unpublished Manuscript. (Perspectives on the self: The second biennial conference on Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration. May 22-26, 1996, Kananaskis, Alberta, Canada.).  

Tillier, W. (1996c). Selective Serotonin Enhancers and the Theory of Positive Disintegration. Unpublished Manuscript. 

Tillier, W. (1996d). The basic concepts of Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Perspectives on the self: The second biennial conference on Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration. (pp. 5-14). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the second biennial conference on Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration May 22-25, 1996 Kananaskis, Alberta, Canada.) 

Tillier, W. (1998a). A brief overview of Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration and its relevance for a gifted population. Unpublished manuscript. 

Tillier, W. (1998b). Intersections between Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration and Wilber's spectral model of consciousness. In C. Ackerman (Ed.), Texturizing and Contextualizing: Proceedings from the 3rd International Symposium [Biennial Conference] on Dąbrowski's Theory. (pp. 53-79). Unpublished Manuscript. (The Third Biennial Conference on Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. July 10-12, 1998, Kendall College, Evanston IL). 

Tillier, W. (1999). Issues between Dr. Dąbrowski and Dr. Piechowski. Unpublished Manuscript. 

Tillier, W. (2000a). A brief note on the terms Neurosis and Psychoneurosis. Unpublished Manuscript.  

Tillier, W. (2000b). A Dąbrowskian interpretation of the movie The Piano. In N. Bouchet, & J. Toth (Eds.), The Labyrinth: Safe Journey and Homecoming (pp. 141-167). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Fourth Biennial Advanced Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory. July 6-9, 2000. Location: Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada.). Click here for paper.  

Tillier, W. (2000c). An introduction to Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration. In N. Bouchet, & J. Toth (Eds.), The Labyrinth: Safe Journey and Homecoming (pp. 60-68). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Fourth Biennial Advanced Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory. July 6-9, 2000. Location: Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada.). 

Tillier, W. (2000d). Ken Wilber and Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. Unpublished Manuscript. 

Tillier, W. (2000e). The Philosophical Foundations of Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration Part 1: The allegory of Plato's cave. In N. Bouchet, & J. Toth (Eds.), The Labyrinth: Safe Journey and Homecoming (pp. 93-98). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Fourth Biennial Advanced Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory. July 6-9, 2000. Location: Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada.). For a larger diagram: 

Tillier, W. (2002a). A Brief Overview of the Relevance of Dąbrowski's Theory for the Gifted. AGATE: Journal of the Gifted and Talented Education Council of The Alberta Teachers' Association, 15 (2), 4-13.  

Tillier, W. (2002b). The philosophical foundations of Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration: Existentialism, Kierkegaard and Dąbrowski. In N. Duda, (Ed.), Positive Disintegration: The Theory of the future. 100th Dąbrowski anniversary program on the man, the theory, the application and the future (pp. 99-112). Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Fidlar Doubleday. [The Proceedings from the Fifth International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, held in Ft. Lauderdale, FL., November 7 - 10, 2002.] 

Tillier, W. (Ed.). (2004a). Developmental Potential - From Theory to Practice: Educational and Therapeutic perspectives. Unpublished Manuscript. (Proccedings from the Sixth International Congress of the Institute For Positive Disintegration in Human Development June 24-26, 2004 Calgary, Alberta, Canada.)  

Tillier, W. (2004b). Introduction to developmental potential. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Developmental Potential - From Theory to Practice: Educational and Therapeutic perspectives (pp. 6-33). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Sixth International Congress of the Institute For Positive Disintegration in Human Development June 24-26, 2004 Calgary, Alberta, Canada.) 

Tillier, W. (Ed.). (2006a). Positive Maladjustment: Theoretical, Educational and Therapeutic Perspectives. Proceedings from the 7th International Congress of the Institute for Positive Disintegration in Human Development. Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the 7th International Congress of the Institute for Positive Disintegration in Human Development. August 3-5, 2006 Calgary, Alberta.) 

Tillier, W. (2006b). The philosophical foundations of Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration. Part 3: Friedrich Nietzsche and Dąbrowski. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Positive Maladjustment: Theoretical, Educational and Therapeutic Perspectives. Proceedings from the Seventh International Congress of the Institute for Positive Disintegration in Human Development (pp. 92-106). Unpublished Manuscript. (August 3-5, 2006 Calgary, Alberta). 

Tillier, W. (Ed.). (2008a). Dąbrowski and Gifted Education: Beyond Overexcitabilities. Proceedings from the 8th International Congress of the Institute for Positive Disintegration in Human Development. Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the 8th International Congress of the Institute for Positive Disintegration in Human Development. August 7 - 9, 2008 Canmore, Alberta, Canada).  

Tillier, W. (2008b). Dąbrowski Biography. 

Tillier, W. (2008c). Introduction of the concept of multilevel actualization. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Dąbrowski and Gifted Education: Beyond Overexcitabilities: Proceedings from the 8th International Congress of the Institute for Positive Disintegration in Human Development (pp. 55-115). Unpublished Manuscript. (August 7 - 9, 2008 Canmore, Alberta, Canada).  Power Point 

Tillier, W. (2008d). Kazimierz Dąbrowski: The Man. In S. Mendaglio (Ed.). Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration (pp. 3-11). Scottsdale AZ: Great Potential Press, Inc.  

Tillier, W. (2008e). Philosophical Aspects of Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. In S. Mendaglio (Ed.). Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration (pp. 101-121). Scottsdale AZ: Great Potential Press, Inc.  

Tillier, W. (2009a). Conceptual differences between Piechowski and Dąbrowski. In J. Frank, H. Curties, & G. Finlay, (Eds.). Imagining the way: Proceedings from the 19th Annual SAGE Conference (pp. 60 - 68). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the 19th Annual SAGE Conference. November 7-8, 2008, University of Calgary, Calgary AB.). See Piechowski, 2009c. 

Tillier, W. (2009b). Dąbrowski without the theory of positive disintegration just isn't Dąbrowski. Roeper Review, 31(2), 123 - 126. doi: 10.1080/02783190902737699 See Tieso, 2007a. 

Tillier, W. (2009c). Tillier's response to Piechowski. In J. Frank, H. Curties, & G. Finlay, (Eds.). Imagining the way: Proceedings from the 19th Annual SAGE Conference (pp. 75 - 77). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the 19th Annual SAGE Conference. November 7-8, 2008, University of Calgary, Calgary AB.). See Piechowski, 2009c. 

Tolan, S. (1989). Special problems of young highly gifted children. Understanding Our Gifted, 1(5), 7-10. 

Tolan, S. (1994). Psychomotor overexcitability in the gifted: An expanded perspective. Advanced Development, 6, 77-86. 

Tolan, S. (1998). The lemming condition: Moral asynchrony and the isolated self. Roeper Review, 20(3), 211 — 214  

Tolan, S. S. (2012). Change your story, change your life: Putting story principle to work. Advanced Development Journal, 13, 12-22. 

Treat, A. R. (2006a). Gifted Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Annotated Bibliography: A Resource for Educators of Gifted Secondary GLBT Students. Journal of Secondary Gifted Education, 17(4), 230-243.  

Treat, A. R. (2006b). Overexcitability in Gifted Sexually Diverse Populations. Journal of Secondary Gifted Education, 17(4), 244-257.  

Treat, A. R. (2008). Overexcitabilities of sexually diverse students and implications for gifted education. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Dąbrowski and Gifted Education: Beyond Overexcitabilities: Proceedings from the 8th International Congress of the Institute for Positive Disintegration in Human Development (p. 152). Unpublished Manuscript. (August 7 - 9, 2008 Canmore, Alberta, Canada. 

Treat, A. R. (2008). Beyond analysis by gender: Overexcitability dimensions of sexually diverse populations and implications for gifted education. [Doctoral dissertation]. Indiana University.  

Treat, A. R. (2010). La vida intensa: Photovoice portrait of a lesbian living with overexcitabilities. Advanced Development Journal: A Journal on Adult Giftedness, 12, 95-106. 

Tucker, B. & Hafenstein, N. (1997). Psychological intensities in young gifted children. Gifted Child Quarterly, 41(3), 66-75.  Dąbrowski's theory that sensitivity and intensity are characteristic of the psychological makeup of young gifted children was investigated in a qualitative study with five gifted children (ages 4 through 6). The study found the five overexcitabilities postulated by Dąbrowski were manifested in the children's classroom and home behaviors.  

Turmel, M. J. (1981). The phenomenology of passion in personality development. In N. Duda (Ed.), Theory of Positive Disintegration: Proceedings of the Third International Conference (pp. 387-401). Miami, FL: Xerox. 

Turmel, M. J. (1983). The phenomenology of positive disintegration theory: Towards a comprehensive philosophy of development and change as a guide to the therapeutic encounter. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB. 

Tyrrell, B. J. (1975). Christotherapy: Healing through enlightenment. New York: Seabury.  

Tyrrell, B. J. (1981). Passages and conversion. In M. L. Lamb, (Ed.), Creativity and Method: Studies in Honour of Reverend B. Lonergan, S. J. (pp. 11-34). Milwaukee WI: Marquette University Press. NEL/C 

Tyska, C. A. (1980). A comparative case study of self-actualization in Eleanor Roosevelt and Antoine de Saint-Exupery. Unpublished master's thesis, University of Illinois, ERIC document reproduction service #ED 209 131. NEL/B 

Tyska, C. A. (1981). Level IV of the Theory of Positive Disintegration and self-actualization: Educational implications for values development. In N. Duda (Ed.), Theory of Positive Disintegration: Proceedings of the Third International Conference (pp. 403-416). Miami, FL: Xerox. 

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Vaivre-Douret, L. (2011). Developmental and cognitive characteristics of "high-level potentialities" (highly gifted) children. International Journal of Pediatrics, 2011, 1-14. doi:10.1155/2011/420297 http://www.hindawi.com/journals/ijped/2011/420297/

Val De Rio, M. L. (1970, August 26-30). Educational situation of the child and the role of the educator in an attempt to approach the Theory of Positive Disintegration. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, Laval, Quebec. 16 pages. EDI: #62 J), Appendix B - 14.  

Valdes-Fauli Duda, J. (2002). Death as a pathway to life. In N. Duda, (Ed.), Positive Disintegration: The Theory of the future. 100th Dąbrowski anniversary program on the man, the theory, the application and the future (pp. 353-362). Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Fidlar Doubleday. [The Proceedings from the Fifth International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, held in Ft. Lauderdale, FL., November 7 - 10, 2002.] 

Van den Broeck, W., Hofmans, J., Cooremans, S., & Staels, E. (2014). Factorial validity and measurement invariance across intelligence levels and gender of the Overexcitabilities Questionnaire-II (OEQ-II). Psychological Assessment, 26, 55-68. doi:10.1037/a0034475  

Van der Meulen, R. T., van der Bruggen, C. O., Spilt, J. L., Verouden, J., Berkhout, M., & Bogels, S. M. (2014). The Pullout Program Day a Week School for Gifted Children: Effects on Social–Emotional and Academic Functioning. Child & Youth Care Forum, 43, 287-314. doi:10.1007/s10566-013-9239-5  

Vandervert, L. R.. (2007). Cognitive functions of the cerebellum explain how Ericsson's deliberate practice produces giftedness. High Ability Studies, 18(1), 89-92. doi: 10.1080/13598130701350940  

Vandervert, L. R., Schimpf, P. & Liu, H. (2007) How working memory and the cerebellumcollaborate to produce creativity and innovation, Creativity Research Journal, 19, 1-18.  

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Verschelling, A. (1998). Haptonomy: The science of as activity in a holistic context. In C. M. Ackerman (Ed.), Texturizing and Contextualizing: Proceedings from the 3rd International Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory (pp. 140-150). Unpublished Manuscript. (The Third Biennial Conference on Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. July 10-12, 1998. Location: Kendall College, Evanston IL.).  

Wagstaff, M. (1997). Outdoor leader self-awareness and its relationship to co-leaders' perceptions of influence. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK.  

Walker, A. M., Koestner, R., & Hum, A. (1995). Personality Correlates of depressive style in autobiographies of creative achievers. Journal of Creative Behavior, 29(2), 75-94. 

Walker, C. L., & Shore, B. M. (2011). Theory of mind and giftedness: New connections. Journal for the Education of the Gifted, 34, 644-668. doi:10.1177/016235321103400406

Walsh, R. (1994). The Making of a Shaman: Calling, Training, and Culmination, Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 34, 7-30.  

Warne, R. T. (2011). A Reliability Generalization of the Overexcitability Questionnaire–Two. Journal of Advanced Academics, 22, 671-692.  

Warne, R. T. (2011). An Investigation of Measurement Invariance Across Genders on the Overexcitability Questionnaire-Two Journal of Advanced Academics, 22, 578-593.  

Webb, J. T. (1993). Nurturing social-emotional development of gifted children. In K. Heller, F. Monks, & A. H. Passow (Eds.), International handbook of research and development of giftedness and talent (pp. 525-538). Oxford, England: Pergamon Press. 

Webb, J. T. (2008). Existential Depression in Gifted Children and Adults. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Dąbrowski and Gifted Education: Beyond Overexcitabilities: Proceedings from the 8th International Congress of the Institute for Positive Disintegration in Human Development (pp. 5-53. Unpublished Manuscript. (August 7 - 9, 2008 Canmore, Alberta, Canada). 

Webb, J. T., Amend, E. R., Webb, N. E., Goerss, J., Beljan, P., & Olenchak, F. R. (2004). Misdiagnosis and Dual Diagnosis of Gifted Children and Adults: ADHD, Bipolar, OCD, Asperger's, Depression and Other Disorders. Scottsdale, AZ: Great Potential Press.  

Webb, J. T., Gore, J. L., Amend, E. R., & DeVries, A. R. (2007). A parent's guide to gifted children. Scottsdale, AZ: Great Potential Press. 

Webb, J. T., & Latimer, D. (1993). ADHD and children who are gifted. Exceptional Children, 60(2), 183-185. 

Webb, J. T., Meckstroth, E. A., & Tolan, S. S. (1982). Guiding the gifted child: A practical source for parents and teachers. Scottsdale, AZ: Great Potential Press (formerly Ohio Psychology Press). 

Webb, M. (1987). Lipot Szondi (1893 - 1986). American Psychologist, 42(6), 600.  (Obituary. Szondi developed an early testing approach, which was a conceptual progenitor of the FACES). 

Weckowicz, T. (1982, November 27). Casimir Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration and the American humanistic psychology. Paper presented at the Kazimierz Dąbrowski Memorial Conference, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB.  16 pages.  

Weckowicz, T. (1984). Models of Mental Illness. Springfield: C. Thomas Pub. 

Weckowicz, T. (1988). Kazimierz Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration and the American humanistic psychology. Counseling and Values, 32(2), 124-134. 

Wellisch, M., & Brown, J. (2012). An integrated identification and intervention model for intellectually gifted children. Journal of Advanced Academics, 23, 145-167. doi:10.1177/1932202X12438877

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White, S. (2014). The intensities and high sensitivity of a gifted creative genius: Sylvia Ashton-Warner. Gifted Education International, 30, 106-116. doi:10.1177/0261429413481121 

White, W. F., & Porter, T. L. (1966). Self concept reports among hospitalized alcoholics during early periods of sobriety. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 13(3) 352-355. 

White, W. F., & Aaron, R. L. (1967). Teacher motivation cues and anxiety in relation to achievement levels in secondary school mathematics. Journal of Education Research, 61(1), 6-9.  

Widera-Wysoczanska, Agnieszka. (1999). Everyday Awareness of Death: A Qualitative Investigation. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 39, 73-92. This article concerns two important topics. The first is the results of clinical qualitative research on death awareness experience in adults, and the second is research procedures of clinical qualitative investigations based on a hermeneutical approach. The theoretical assumptions of this study are based on humanistic-existential psychology and life-span developmental psychology. Descriptions of the death awareness experience from 12 physically healthy women were obtained and analyzed using a hermeneutical approach. Three components of the death awareness experience were obtained: context of death, psychological phenomenon related to death of the self and closely related persons, and the impact of an awareness of the death experience on one's life. Clinical applications of the research are discussed.  

Wieckert, J., Tillier, W., & Nixon, L. (1998). A comparison of Ken Wilber's full spectrum theory and Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration. [presentation] In C. M. Ackerman (Ed.), Texturizing and Contextualizing: Proceedings from the 3rd International Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory (pp. 29-52). Unpublished Manuscript. (The Third Biennial Conference on Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration. July 10-12, 1998. Location: Kendall College, Evanston IL.).  

Wilder, R. (1965) [Review of the book Positive Disintegration, by K. Dąbrowski]. Annals of Internal Medicine, 62(1), 189-190.  

Wilkins, W., Hjelle, L., & Thompson, M. (1977). Anxiety and actualization: A reconceptualization. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 33(4), 1001-1005.  

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Wirthwein, L., Becker, C., & Loehr, E. (2011). Overexcitabilities in gifted and non-gifted adults: does sex matter? High Ability Studies, 22, 145-153. doi:10.1080/13598139.2011.622944  

Wirthwein, L., & Rost, D. H. (2011). Focussing on overexcitabilities: Studies with intellectually gifted and academically talented adults. Personality and Individual Differences, 51, 337-342. doi:10.1016/j.paid.2011.03.041  

Witzel, J. E. (1991). Lives of successful never-married women: Myths and realities. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Northwestern University, Evanston, IL.  

Wolfe, R. (1996). How well does Dąbrowski's Theory withstand the test of time? In W. Tillier (Ed.), Perspectives on the self: The second biennial conference on Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration. (pp. 199-219). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the second biennial conference on Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration May 22-25, 1996 Kananaskis, Alberta, Canada.) 

Wolfe, R. (2000). Positive disintegration and creative destruction. In N. Bouchet, & J. Toth (Eds.), The Labyrinth: Safe Journey and Homecoming (pp. 99-113). Unpublished Manuscript. (Proceedings from the Fourth Biennial Advanced Symposium on Dąbrowski's Theory. July 6-9, 2000. Location: Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada.). 

Wolfe, R. (2008). Dąbrowski & disclosure: A non-tradition view of personality development or aging and giftedness within a social context. In W. Tillier (Ed.), Dąbrowski and Gifted Education: Beyond Overexcitabilities: Proceedings from the 8th International Congress of the Institute for Positive Disintegration in Human Development (pp. 154-184). Unpublished Manuscript. (August 7 - 9, 2008 Canmore, Alberta, Canada). 

Wolfe, R. (n.d.). A view of Dąbrowsky's theory from the standpoint of research on individual differences. Unpublished Manuscript.  

Wolny, W. (n.d.). Love on Different Levels of Personality according to the Theory of Positive Disintegration. Retrieved March 19, 2011 from http://dezintegracja.pl/ 

Wysoczanska, A. (1988). Psychologiczny wymiar umierania i smierci (The psychological dimension of dying and death). Przeglad Psychologiczny, 31(4), 1043-1056.  Abstract in English, psychological abstract #27-78269.  

Yakmaci-Guzel, B. (2002). Ustun yeteneklilerin belirlenmesinde yardimci yeni bir yaklasim: Dąbrowskinin asiri dduyarlilik alanlari [A supplementary method in the identification of gifted individuals: Dąbrowski's overexcitabilities]. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Istanbul, Turkey. 

Yakmaci-Guzel, B. (2003). A comparison study about overexcitabilities of Turkish 10th graders. In F. J. Monks & H. Wagner (Eds.), Development of human potential: Investment into our future. Proceedings of the 8th Conference of the European Council for High Ability (pp. 82-85). Bad Honnef, Germany: Bock.  

Yakmaci-Guzel, B. & Akarsu, F. (2006). Comparing overexcitabilities of gifted and non-gifted 10th grade students in Turkey. High Ability Studies, 17(1), 43-56.  

Zaborowski, R. (2002). Dąbrowski's theory of positive disintegration as applied to Homer's analysis. In N. Duda, (Ed.), Positive Disintegration: The Theory of the future. 100th Dąbrowski anniversary program on the man, the theory, the application and the future (pp. 383-394). Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Fidlar Doubleday. [The Proceedings from the Fifth International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration, held in Ft. Lauderdale, FL., November 7 - 10, 2002.] 

Zaborowski, R. (2005). Notion de niveaux multiples comme outil d'analyse pour la lecture d'Homere, Gaia 9, pp. 87-102. 

Zaborowski, R. (2006). Kazimierz Dąbrowski - l'homme et son oeuvre, Annales du Centre Scientifique a Paris de l'Academie Polonaise des Sciences 9, pp. 105-122. 

Zelhart, P. R. (1985). Opposing views of anxiety and self-actualization. Symposium presented at the Southwestern Psychological Association, Austin, TX. ERIC document reproduction service #ED 262 327.
This document contains three papers describing theoretical approaches and empirical findings concerning the role of anxiety in self-actualization. "Opposing Views of Anxiety and Self-Actualization" by Paul F. Zelhart describes theories of self-actualization that take opposite views of the role of anxiety in psychological development (Maslow, 1968 versus Dąbrowski, 1972). "Assessing Anxiety and Self-Actualization" by Robert P. Markley describes studies showing the Personal Orientation Inventory (POI) to be biased in favor of the Maslowian view of self-actualization and calls into question prior research using the POI to test opposing views of anxiety and self-actualization. The final paper, "Self-Actualization of the Adaptor and Innovator" by J. Morris Beene, Jr., presents recent results using the Kirton Adaptation/Innovation Inventory and a modified version of the POI which show anxiety to be a positive correlate of adaption and innovation. NEL/B  

Zentall, S. S., Moon, S. M., & Hall, A. M. (2001). Learning and motivational characteristics of boys with AD/HD and/or giftedness. Exceptional Children, 67(4), 499-519. This study compared the academic and learning characteristics of students with (a) Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD), (b) giftedness, and (c) giftedness with AD/HD, and examines specific a priori questions. The information reported by teachers, parents, and children was analyzed with a multiple-case design with constant comparative procedures within and across groups. The results indicated that giftedness conferred benefits related to specific talents but did not offer protection from the negative outcomes of AD/HD, such as inattention and homework problems. The learning and motivational profiles of each group were discussed in terms of implications for differential diagnosis and research and for teaching children with AD/HD and giftedness in general and special settings. Reprinted by permission of the publisher.  

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I. Overview of the contents, codes used, and of the sources of the material in this collection.

Introduction:

I was Dąbrowski's last student in Edmonton in the late 1970s. After he died, I received his papers and kept them. Eventually, I collected other papers and bibliographies relating to Dąbrowski's work and in 1991, I began to merge them into one master database.

I have attempted to conform to APA format as much as possible. I have tried to be as accurate as possible and to retain as much information as possible, but I am sometimes limited by the source information available to me. I will continue to incorporate new material and make corrections as required. Therefore, if you see mistakes, or if you are aware of omitted or new material, please let me know and I will correct/update the database.

Source Codes

HEKSIS: Newly published materals from HEKSIS

Alvarez-Calderon Fernandini, L. M. (2010).
Benislawska, A. (2010).
Dąbrowski, K. (2010).
Dąbrowski, K. (2011).
Danko, Amadeusz (2009).
Dziekanowski, C. (2010).
Hague, W. J. (2009).
Hague, W. J. (2010).
Hyzy, E. (2010).
Jastrzebski, A. (2010).
Kobierzycki, T. (2000).
Kobierzycki, T. (2002).
Kobierzycki, T. (2008).
Kobierzycki, T. (2010).
Kobierzycki, T. (2010b).
Kobierzycki, T. (2010c).
Perszko, D. (2010).
Romanowska-Lakomy, H. (2010).
Silverman, L. K. (2010).
Skawron, J. (2009).
Wolny, W. (2009).

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II. Books by Dąbrowski, published or printed in English.

Cienin, Paul (Pseudonym) (1972). Existential thoughts and aphorisms. London: Gryf Publications.  

Cienin, Pawel (Pseudonym) (1972). Fragments from the diary of a madman. London: Gryf Publications.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1964). Positive disintegration. Boston: Little Brown & Co.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1967). Personality-shaping through positive disintegration. Boston: Little Brown & Co.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1970). Multilevelness of instinctive and emotional functions. Edmonton: Department of Psychology, University of Alberta. Purple cover, 173 pages. A preliminary manuscript to the 1977 Dabor publications.  

Dąbrowski, K., with Kawczak, A., & Piechowski, M. M. (1970). Mental growth through positive disintegration. London: Gryf Publications.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1972). Psychoneurosis is not an illness. London: Gryf Publications.  

Dąbrowski, K., with Kawczak, A., & Sochanska, J. (1973). The dynamics of concepts. London: Gryf Publications.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1974). Multilevelness of instinctive and emotional functions: Volume 1 - theory and description of levels of behavior. Edmonton: Department of Psychology, University of Alberta. Light Blue cover, 241 pages. A (second) preliminary manuscript to Volume I of the 1977 Dabor publications.  

Dąbrowski, K., with Piechowski, M. M. (1977). Theory of levels of emotional development: Volume 1 - multilevelness and positive disintegration. Oceanside, New York: Dabor Science Publications. (Dąbrowski did not acknowledge this work after it was published).  

Dąbrowski, K. (1979, March). Nothing can be changed here. (E. Mazurkiewicz, Trans.), Peter Rolland (Ed.). (Privately Printed). A play.  

Dąbrowski, K. (1996). Multilevelness of emotional and instinctive functions. Lublin, Poland: Towarzystwo Naukowe Katolickiego Uniwersytetu Lubelskiego.  A republication of the titles and text of the 1972 and 1974 manuscripts of the 1977 Dabor books. Published in English with a new preface by Czeslaw Cekiera. 446 pages. ISBN # 83-86668-51-2.  

Dąbrowski, K., & Piechowski, M. M. (1972). Multilevelness of instinctive and emotional functions: Volume 2 types and levels of development. Edmonton: Department of Psychology, University of Alberta. Light Blue cover, 440 pages, with the assistance of Marlene King and Dexter R. Amend. A preliminary manuscript to Volume II of the 1977 Dabor publications.  

Dąbrowski, K., & Piechowski, M. M. (1977). Theory of levels of emotional development: Volume II - from primary integration to self-actualization. Oceanside, New York: Dabor Science Publications. With the assistance of Marlene King and Dexter R. Amend. (Dąbrowski did not acknowledge this work after it was published).  

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III. Conferences, Workshops and Symposia Information:

There has been some confusion in the naming of the Dąbrowski conferences:

Rationale for the Naming of Past Conferences:

An informal series of workshops have been offered over the years. There have also been two series of conferences; the first starting in 1970 was named the International Conference on the Theory of Positive Disintegration.

International Conference Series:

Biennial Conference Series:

When we met in Keystone, CO, in 1994, the group decided to meet every two years alternating between a Canadian location and an American location. Hence, when I hosted the next conference, held in Alberta in 1996, I called it the Second Biennial Conference.

The two streams merged in 2002.

At the meeting in Fort Lauderdale (2002), the group decided that the two conference series should be merged. It was suggested that in the future, International meetings be referred to as Congresses, National meetings could be referred to as Conferences and that regional meetings be called Workshops. It was decided that the next International meeting (2004) should be named:

The Sixth International Congress of the Institute for Positive Disintegration in Human Development

International Congress of the Institute for Positive Disintegration in Human Development Series

Sixth - Calgary, Alberta (2004)

Note: The Sixth International Congress 2003: In the Direction of Mature Personality Toward Positive Disintegration" was scheduled for Lublin, Poland. September 11 - 14, 2003. This meeting was planned but did not take place.

The Gifted Centre of the University of Calgary has kindly offered their sponsorship of these congresses to ensure their continuity. At the 2004 Congress, the group decided that we should maintain Calgary as a site for future meetings.

List of conferences: