Created October 18, 2001.
These links are not presented in any particular order, other than new additions are now placed on top.
Theory of Positive Disintegration The Polish website dedicated to Kazimierz Dąbrowski.
Lisa Rivero's webpage https://www.lisarivero.com/
Lisa Rivero George Harrison's life as a creation of personality
Lisa Rivero: Sidetracked by Dąbrowski http://www.lisarivero.com/2015/11/01/sidetracked/
The Gifted Development Center.
Great Potential Press Our mission is to publish quality books and materials, based on research and life experience, to guide parents and teachers through the world of giftedness. We strive to provide the necessary knowledge to support, encourage, and foster growth in gifted kids. Publisher of Mendaglio 2008.
Yahoo Dąbrowski discussion group
A Dąbrowski Bulletin Board./Discussion Group. Contains discussion on a wide variety of issues relating to Dąbrowski by psychologists, educators and other professionals.
Krystyna Laycraft Krystyna Laycraft
Yahoo Dąbrowski discussion group. Previous messages.
MIKA 1 An excellent overview by Elizabeth Mika1
MIKA 2 An excellent overview by Elizabeth Mika2
Mika2002 On the levels by Elizabeth Mika
http://www.hoagiesgifted.org/positive_disint.htm Theory of Positive Disintegration by E. Mika
HighlySensitivePeople.com People with the trait of high sensitivity and the people in their lives.
JAGC (http://www.jeffcogifted.org/) An affiliate of the Colorado Association for Gifted and Talented, composed of parents, teachers, administrators and community leaders committed to providing appropriate learning experiences for high ability students.
If You're So Smart, Why Do You Need Counseling? (Published in Advanced Development Journal, Vol. 8, 1999) by Deborah L. Ruf
Living & Learning with Dąbrowski's Overexcitabilities. A teaching unit by Cindy Strickland
http://www.stephanietolan.com/is_it_a_cheetah.htm Is it a Cheetah? By S. Tolan.
This is the main Dąbrowski site created and maintained by Bill Tillier. Bill is a Canadian psychologist who studied with Dąbrowski. Over the past 35 years, Bill has been involved in collecting Dąbrowski’s work and disseminating it. He also organized the Dąbrowski conference in 1996 and the 2004 conference in Calgary.
http://talentdevelop.com/ This is the new site put out by Douglas Eby.
Christiane Wells TPD archive.
This is a theory developed by Elaine Aron. She describes "over-sensitivities" that are like allergies and suggests that people who experience these "over-sensitivities" need to identify them and learn to avoid them in life. For example, if a person has an increased sensitivity to flourescent lights, they need to avoid exposure to these lights. I don't think one could stretch this concept to apply to what Dąbrowski described as overexcitabilities, as far as I see, they are simply different ideas. I include the link here because people may associate Aron's work with Dąbrowski because of her use of the term oversensitivity.
Sensitivity. This is from a website called Hoagies' Gifted Education Page run by Carolyn K.
This is the website run by Teresa Gallagher called Born to Explore! The Other Side of ADD. Several people see a link between ADHD and TPD.
A site called Being Sensitive - in an Insensitive World by Thomas Eldridge. I think this work is along the lines of Aron's theory, not Dąbrowski.
This "gifted" institute has a "Self-test on Giftedness" based on Dąbrowski's theory.
This is the essay by William James that presents a very similar view of human overexcitabilities. Does not mention Dąbrowski.
The National Archives of Canada. Put Dąbrowski into the search engine to see results (in French).
Dr. Don Beck presents the theory of Spiral Dynamics, a hierarchical model similar to Dąbrowski’s.
This is the site of P. J. Reece, the filmmaker who did the two Filmwest movies on Dąbrowski.
The site of Esalen Institute and a mention of the 1968 paper that Dąbrowski gave there.
This is an outstanding time-line of "consciousness, transformation, and spirituality" compiled by Steven Dinan. It includes Dąbrowski, under the entry for 1964.