Other overexcitability research
The concept of overexcitabilities (OEs) was first described by Kazimierz Dąbrowski in 1938. The concept describes extreme sensitivity and reaction to stimuli which roughly correspond to a person’s sensory systems. Below are resources related to the study of overexcitabilities.
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A letter between person X and person Y discussing how research was going.
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Originally published in 1973 in the Journal of Childhood Development, Alberta, Canada
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An unfinished and unpublished manuscript on the subject of OEs from 1947