Synesthesia (also spelled synæsthesia or synaesthesia, plural synesthesiae or synaesthesiae), from the ancient Greek σύν (syn), “together,” and αἴσθησις (aisthēsis), “sensation,” is a neurologically based condition in which stimulation of one sensory or cognitive pathway leads to automatic, involuntary experiences […]
Recognition of giftedness is based on cultural standards. This recognition (or not) may have a strong impact on a whole life. The most important is not the recognition in itself, but how harmful this (or not) recognition can be on […]
… In april 2011, the French Government issued a report named Refuser l’oppression quotidienne : la prévention du harcèlement à l’École. (Standing against daily oppression : preventing Bullying at School) What is bullying t ? in short : repeted violence […]
It is not always easy and simple to be gifted, then when one comes to be “twice-exceptional”, whether by being dyslexic, or a woman, or even belonging to an ethnic minority. Homosexuals must not be forgotten. Found in Gifted Child […]
I decided to translate Andrew Mahoney‘s Gifted Identity Formation Model into French and splitted the translation in 3 parts. An additional 4th part mentions suggestions to counselors.
I decided to translate Andrew Mahoney‘s Gifted Identity Formation Model into French and splitted the translation in 3 parts. An additional 4th part mentions suggestions to counselors. I find this Model very interesting in the sense that instead of putting […]
I found this text by Andrew Mahoney so important in terms of counseling issues that I introduced him and his work to the French audience in my book. The text is long and I have decided to translate it into […]
On Pub Med, this study published on February 16, 2011 in PLOSOne : “Different gain/loss sensitivity and social adaptation ability in gifted adolescents during a public goods game.“) The study was run by the Department of Bio and Brain Engineering, […]