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Lijst van Wetenschappelijke artikelen
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Nederlandse Bachelor- en Masterscripties (Universiteit en HBO)

  • Esther Lever (2014). De tentakels van Autisme en de vleugels van vertrouwen. Over hsp en asperger. http://www.hesterlever.nl/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/De-tentakels-van-autisme-en-de-vleugels-van-vertrouwen.pdf
  • Umans, E.F.C. (2010). Eigenschappen van hoogsensitieve personen en relatie tot ontwikkelingspotentieel. HBO scriptie onder auspiciën van Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen.
  • Jong, B.D.H. de (2010). Temperament of stoornis: Hoogsensitiviteit in relatie tot AD(H)D en PDD-NOS. Master scriptie Universiteit van Tilburg.
  • Lubben, S. van der (2008). Hoogsensitieve kinderen op de basisschool: verminderen van overprikkeling. Bachelor scriptie Hogeschool INHolland, Amsterdam.
  • Puma, E. (2005). In hoeverre is hooggevoeligheid een adequaat concept voor orthopedagogisch diagnostiek? Masterscriptie Rijksuniversiteit Groningen.
  • Schmidt, E. (2007). De stille kracht in de klas. Een pleidooi voor bijscholing in hoogsensitiviteit. Master scriptie Hogeschool Windesheim Zwolle.
  • Vendel, M. van de (2006). De verbetering van de reïntegratie van hoog sensitieve personen. Bachelor scriptie Hanzehogeschool, Groningen. Walda, S. (2007). Hoogsensitiviteit bij kinderen in het basisonderwijs. Master scriptie Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen.