Project Description


Gifted Physiology:

How OE’s and Gifted Differences are Better Understood

by Taking a Whole-Body Approach

Dr. Joanna Haase, Ph.D., MFT

  1. Alexander Penney, Et al., 2015. Intelligence and Emotional Disorders: Is the Worrying and Ruminating Mind a More Intelligent Mind
  2. Beaver, K., Et al 2014. A closer look at the role of parenting-related influences on verbal intelligence over the life course:  Results from an adoption-based research design
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  4. Brock Eide and Fernette Eide, 2004. Brains on Fire: The Multinodality of Gifted Thinkers
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  6. Casanova EL.Et al., 2018. A Cohort Study Comparing Women with Autism Spectrum Disorder with and without Generalized Joint Hypermobility
  7. Chunshui Yu, Et al., 2018. White Matter Tract Integrity and Intelligence in Patients with Mental Retardation and Healthy Adults
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  15. Hilger, K., Et. al., 2017.   Efficient hubs in the intelligent brain: Nodal efficiency of hub regions in the salience network is associated with general intelligence
  16. Jernigan, David. Calling all Ehlers -Danlos Syndrome Sufferers:  A New Option
  17. Karpinski, RI., Et al., 2017. High intelligence: A risk factor for psychological and physiological overexicitabilities
  18. Kenichi Oishi, MD, PhD, Et al., 2015.The Critical Role of the Right Uncinate Fasciculus in Emotional Empathy
  19. Kun Ho Lee, Et al., 2006. Neural Correlates of Superior Intelligence: Stronger Recruitment of Posterior Parietal Cortex
  20. Penke, S.M., Et al., 2018 Brain-wide White Matter Tract Integrity is Associated with Information Processing Speed and General Intelligence
  21. Liu Tongran, Et al., 2015. Fluid Intelligence and Automatic Neural Processes in Facial Expression Perception: An Event-Related Potential Study
  22. Liu, Et al., 2018. Neural Mechanisms of Auditory Sensory Processing in Children with High Intelligence
  23. Manuel Desco, Et al., 2011.  Mathematically Gifted Adolescents Use More Extensive and More Bilateral Areas of the Fronto-Parietal Network than Controls During Executive Functioning and Fluid Reasoning Tasks
  24. Martijn P. van den Heuvel, Et al., 2018.  Efficiency of Functional Brain Networks and Intellectual Performance
  25. Mast Cell Articles
  26. Menon, 2013. Size, connectivity of brain region linked to anxiety level in young children, study shows
  27. Michael W.O’Boyle, Et al., 2005. Mathematically Gifted Male Adolescents Activate a Unique Brain Network During Mental Rotation
  28. Pascal Vrtička, Et al., 2013.The Neural Basis of Humour Processing
  29. Queensland Government: Queensland Health, 2017. Brain Map: Temporal Lobes  
  30. Ramos, Et al., 2019. Some personal beliefs and morals may stem from genetics
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  32. Richard J. Haier, Et al., 2004. Structural Brain Variation and General Intelligence
  33. Shaw, Et al., 2006. Intellectual ability and cortical development in children and adolescents
  34. Steenbergen-Hu, S., and Moon, S. M., 2011. The Effects of Acceleration on High-Ability Learners: A Meta-Analysis.
  35. Tongran Liu, Et al., 2007. Neural Mechanisms of Auditory Sensory Processing in Children with High Intelligence
  36. Toshiyuki Ohtani, Et al., 2014. Medial Frontal White and Gray Matter Contributions to General Intelligence
  37. Treadway, MT , Et al., 2019. Can’t or Won’t? Immunometabolic Constraints on Dopaminergic Drive
  38. Zawn Villines, 2017. Frontal lobe: Functions, structure, and damage