HSP - Highly Sensitive Person (vimeo.com)
Sensory processing sensitivity (SPS, a personality trait, a high measure of which defines a highly sensitive person or HSP), has been described as having hypersensitivity to external stimuli, a greater depth of cognitive processing, and high emotional reactivity. The terms SPS and HSP were coined in the mid-1990s by psychologists Elaine Aron and husband Arthur Aron, with SPS being measured by Aron's Highly Sensitive Person Scale (HSPS) questionnaire. Other researchers have applied various other terms to denote this responsiveness to stimuli that is evidenced in humans and other species.[by Wikipedia)