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hypersensitivity

hahy per sensi ti vi tee

  • n  pathological sensitivity
  • n  extreme sensitivity

  • And a 2006 study of twins at the University of Wisconsin gave evidence that hypersensitivity to noise and touch have a strong genetic component.
  • All this hypersensitivity comes, ironically--sorry!--as political comedy is surging: not just Jay Leno and David Letterman but now Stewart and Stephen Colbert, online satirists and .
  • Journalists tend to laugh off such hypersensitivity.
News & Articles

  • Parent & Teacher Workshop: Teaching Yoga to Kids w
    Do you know a child who is learning to cope with stress, hypersensitivity, or overwhelming emotions? Do you want to learn to help? This workshop is designed for parents, preschool and elementary school teachers, therapists, and for people who would like to learn to teach yoga to children with sensory needs. Yoga and movement can be used to develop self-regulation, stress management, self ...
    June 9, 2013 - WPXI Pittsburgh
Quotes

  • Barney Frank in MarketWatch
    And because somebody hurt their feelings they decide to punish the country,Frank said. "I mean, I would not have imputed that degree of pettiness and hypersensitivity."
  • Ken Blackwell in Washington Post
    Unfortunately, there is hypersensitivity in the press regarding matters of race. This is in large measure due to President-elect Obama being the first African American elected president,Blackwell, who is black, said in a statement.

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