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What Is Psychomotor Overexcitability? (Solved)

I had had a friend in high school who recognized the overexcitabilities in herself 👍 She’s knowingowing she was best in everything she’s doingoing early in the morning and throughout the day 😊 She was tired, impulsive, and out of sorts in the early evening 🙌 So she decided that between the hours of 7:00 p.m. And 3:00 a.m she’d sleep. It’s working. Each morning she got up at three in the morning and worked on projects or schoolwork. Breakfast was her breakfast so that she could be ready to go for school. Today, she is a highly successful doctor with beautiful children. [1]
Would they be able to handle a greater challenge? Perhaps they could collaborate in designing the week’s timetable? They may be more involved and feel more in control of the week. A child who is super-interested can often concentrate better if it’s not too difficult. This may mean that they need to balance their enthusiasm with more boring work. However, allocating the time for their passions can greatly improve concentration and enthusiasm. It can also have positive effects on their self-esteem. This may make it easier to take on more difficult jobs. Clarrisa Schwartz from Lubango, Angola last updated this 11-days ago [2]
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Irma McDonnelly, sengifted.orgThe belief that high-skilled people are characterized by intensity, sensitivity, overexcitability, and other primary traits has been supported by a little bit of scientific research as well naturalistic observation. Parents and teachers notice distinctive characteristics, which are supported by these observations. behavioral and constitutional differences between highly gifted children Their peers. These characteristics can be understood using the framework of Kazimierz Dbrowski (1902-1980). Dabrowski was a Polish psychologist and psychiatrist. developed the Theory He developed Positive Disintegration to counter the dominant psychological theories. He believed that conflict and inner suffering were necessary for advanced development – for movement towards a hierarchy of values based on altruism – for movement from “what is” to “what ought to be.” Dabrowski also observed that not all people move towards an advanced level of development but that innate ability/intelligence combined with overexcitability (OE) were predictive of potential for higher-level development. Important to note that gifted and talented individuals do not have an overexcitabilities. We do see more gifted people than the average person with OEs. Terrian Ly, December 10, 2021. [3]
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Let me first explain my meaning. The overexcitability, or “OE,” that I’m referring to was identified by Kazimierz Dabrowski, a Polish psychologist, who coined the term to refer to the inborn tendency to respond more and more intensely to life’s stimuli. Some people are predisposed to experience more intense experiences in life, he believed. So if your child exhibits one or more of these – more energy than his friends, intense emotional reactions (“drama”), strong reactions to seams in his socks, an extreme thirst for knowledge, and/or a thriving fantasy life, he may have one or more overexcitabilities. DabrowskI believed that overexcitabilities could come in five forms. [4]
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Refer to Article

  1. https://raisinglifelonglearners.com/psychomotor-overexcitabilities/
  2. https://potentialplusuk.org/index.php/2020/04/07/overexcitabilities-in-lockdown-psychomotor-overexcitability/
  3. https://www.sengifted.org/post/overexcitability-and-the-gifted
  4. https://eleanormunsonphd.com/2011/08/is-your-child-overexcitable/
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