Beyond Analysis by Gender: Overexcitability Dimensions of Sexually Diverse Populations and Implications for Gifted Education
The Gifted, Gender, and Sexual Orientation Main Effects were significant, but more importantly, these results were more fully explained by the significant Gender by Sexual Orientation Interaction. Gender Role did not affect the results. Heterosexual males had significantly higher mean Intellectual scores than heterosexual females; heterosexual females had significantly higher mean Emotional scores than heterosexual males; bisexual females scored significantly higher than heterosexual females in Sensual, Imaginational, and Intellectual.; gay males scored significantly higher than heterosexual males in Emotional; and there were no significant differences in Psychomotor for any subpopulation. Other statistically significant results as well as unexpected results were described. In addition, included were implications for (1) Dabrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration and (2) gifted education.
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CHAPTER 1 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
CHAPTER 2 LITERATURE REVIEW
RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY
Comparison of Mean Overexcitability Scores by GenderSexual
Gender Role as a Covariate
Implications for Gifted Education
Beginning of Survey and Demographic Questions
Overexcitability Questionnaire II
Recruiting Sources for Participants by Type of ListservEmail
Advanced Placement androgynous ANOVA Association for Gifted Bisexual Females Bisexual Males Bouchet and Falk cognitive flexibility Colangelo creativity Dabrowski Dabrowski’s theory dependent variables dimensions of overexcitability e-mail address e-mail distribution lists Emotional OE females scored Feminine Gay and Bisexual Gay Females Gay Males Gender Role Gifted Children gifted education gifted individuals gifted program gifted sexually diverse gifted students giftedness GLBT graduate students Heterosexual Females Heterosexual Males higher mean scores homophobia Impostor Syndrome Intellectual OE interaction effect International Baccalaureate lesbian levels LGBT Lind Listserv/E-mail Distribution List listservs Lysy main effect Mean Difference Mendaglio Mensa Non-Heterosexual OE scores one’s Overexcitability Questionnaire Participants by Type personality Piechowski positive disintegration Psychomotor OE recruitment sample score higher scored significantly higher scores than Heterosexual Scottsdale Sensual Sex Role Inventory sexually diverse populations significantly higher mean Silverman statistically significant differences statistically significantly higher survey theory of positive Tillier Type of Listserv/E-mail University