Autogenic Therapy Luthe W Treatment with autogenic neutralization

The duration of such phenomena of brain - determined functional silence of
certain thematic modalities is usually of transitory nature . Depending on the
program - related sequence of thematic priority and relevant dynamics of
thematic shift ...


Author: Wolfgang Luthe

Publisher: New York: Grune & Stratton

ISBN: UOM:39076007021368

Category: Autogenic training

Page: 448

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Functional Images of the Religious Educator

37 Alice Miller took a similar path to creating awareness, in that she too
emphasized silence, but a very different kind of silence from that described by
Carson. This silence is just as destructive as the ecological silence, but what it
destroys is ...


Author: Timothy Arthur Lines


ISBN: 089135087X

Category: Religion

Page: 540

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FUNCITIONAL IMAGES OF THE RELIGIOUS EDUCATOR is one of those rare and precious books which helps religious educators explore and clarify their own special identity as religious educators. This special identity is revealed in ten basic functional roles which are central to religious education enactment. The author shows that while religious educators perform most and possibly all these ten basic functional roles, nonetheless one predominates. This dominant role, plus the way the religious educator harmoniously integrates the other roles into the dominant one, is the key to each religious educator's own special identity.

On the Functional Diseases of the Urinary and Reproductive Organs

Is not our profession outraged , and the low press befouled by vampires , who
feed on our culpable negligence or illadvised silence ? Why should sexual
matters in the male be more disagreeable than in the female ? And why should
the seal ...


Author: Donald Campbell Black


ISBN: STANFORD:24503324759

Category: Genitourinary organs

Page: 322

View: 146

The Future of U S Foreign Policy Functional issues

U.S human rights policy ltas too often been marked by silence; this is especially
tnte in the case of Turkey. State Department officials acknowledge human rights
abuses in Turkey but claim that they use quiet diplomacy in trying to improve the


Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs


ISBN: PURD:32754062965912

Category: Economic assistance, American


View: 810

Handel as Orpheus


Author: Ellen T. Harris


ISBN: STANFORD:36105110385239

Category: Music

Page: 430

View: 657

Publisher Fact Sheet In Handel as Orpheus, the first comprehensive study of Handel's cantatas, Harris reveals the cantatas extraordinary beauty as well as their clear homosexual subtext.

Functional Heads

... UG)? Like Cinque, we answer the first question negatively: Grammatical
categories—features and/or heads in our understanding—are commonly present
and syntactically active even when silent. That is, the mere silence or non-
marking of ...


Author: Laura Brugé

Publisher: OUP USA

ISBN: 9780199746736

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 432

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The cartographic project considers evidence for a functional head in one language as evidence for it in universal grammar. In this volume, some of the most influential linguists who have participated in this long-lasting debate offer their recent work in short, self contained case studies.

Salih & Bader , The Communicative Function of Silence in the Classroom The
Communicative Function of Silence in the Classroom and. 3 . Instrument To
collect the data for this study , two questionnaires were utilized . The first ,
consisting of ...




ISBN: IND:30000048840379

Category: Humanities


View: 388

The Golden Silence

Functions of within - turn silences On the basis of the foregoing discussion of the
structure of the within - turn silence in terms of the three structural features , we
are now in a position to examine its function . It needs to be reemphasized that ...


Author: Yan Zuo


ISBN: UOM:39015056210936

Category: Conversation

Page: 187

View: 246

The Rhetoric of Silence in Agricultural Biotechnology

Bruneau has a notion of silence as process of mind , and sees it as part of the
cognitive functioning of the brain ( 20 ) . In sum , then , silence can function in an
inventive capacity to give a speaker a chance to formulate an appropriate
response ...


Author: Alice Lane Therrell




Page: 278

View: 918


Language today is not born of silence , and that is why , in a certain sense , it has
become perverted . For language is now viewed as principally functional , and
true language is emphatically not functional . Silence ( truth ) and language have




ISBN: UOM:39015036655754

Category: Civilization, Western


View: 582

Silence Or Voice

functional response to negative feedback of the four responses examined here .
Hagedoorn et al . ( 1999 ) suggest voice is a more functional response than
silence , as it can provide an early alert for the organization of problems that may
exist ...


Author: Catherine York Kingsley Westerman


ISBN: MSU:31293029565615

Category: Criticism, Personal

Page: 256

View: 353

Reports of the Industry Functional and Sectoral Advisory Committees for Trade on the North American Free Trade Agreement

Industry Functional and Sectoral Advisory Committees for Trade. Finally , ISAC -
3 notes that the NAFTA IP chapter is silent on the question of international
exhaustion of intellectual property rights and , therefore , does not change or
affect U . S ...


Author: United States. Industry Functional and Sectoral Advisory Committees for Trade


ISBN: UCSD:31822015033384

Category: Free trade


View: 483

Functional Basic Reading Series

They wanted silence and order in class . So far all Bill's teachers wanted silence .
" Silence , please ! ” they would say . " Silence , please ! ” They wanted silence
while they seated the boys and girls . They wanted silence while they passed out




ISBN: UIUC:30112011375646

Category: Mentally handicapped children


View: 317

Systemic Functional Linguistics and Literary Analysis

The subsequent statement that the two characters are “ released from their
silence ” is highly evaluative and signals that speech is given preference to
silence . Such evaluation does evidently not originate from a neutral narrator ,
and since ...


Author: Nina Nørgaard


ISBN: STANFORD:36105112595686

Category: Criticism

Page: 250

View: 517

The Complete Guide to Buddhist America

Perhaps it ' s the “ functional silence ” ; all those juicy vor all its own . “ Functional
silence ” ( as opposed to “ strict ” or “ absolute ” silence ) is the rule — talking is
per - mitted , conversation is not . There ' s a random element to the daily sitting ...


Author: Don Morreale

Publisher: Random House Incorporated

ISBN: UVA:X004208120

Category: Religion

Page: 403

View: 193

Lists more than one thousand Buddhist centers and retreats in the U.S. and Canada, and describes the philosophy and facilities at each institution

A Primer on Common Functional Disorders

ce At this point in the interview short periods of silence often occur . These should
be accepted , but if the silence is uncomfortably prolonged the physician may say
, “ Tell me what you ' re thinking about . ” Tolerance of silence may be one of ...


Author: Jack W. Fleming


ISBN: UOM:39015003776740

Category: Medicine, Psychosomatic

Page: 174

View: 509

Anthropological Linguistics

We are shown that there will be different expectations for speech or sound versus
silence depending on the frame , and that ... A second pervasive theme of this
book is the functional patterning of silence in relation to the potential function of ...




ISBN: UCSC:32106015842336

Category: Comparative linguistics


View: 957

Functional and Effective Womanhood

Silence : Silence should not be used as a weapon to bring a man to subjection .
Silence worsens matters and makes the love of spouses grow cold . " To sin by
silence when they should protest , makes cowards of men " , said Abraham
Lincoln ...


Author: Ifeoma M. Onyemelukwe


ISBN: STANFORD:36105021351072

Category: Women

Page: 81

View: 479

Silence and Memory

Here we believe it is critical to take a functional stance on the social shaping of
memory . Storm and colleagues point out that forgetting is necessary for memory
to function that silence has its place . Moreover , in the everyday context ...


Author: Monisha Pasupathi

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: STANFORD:36105133383633

Category: Psychology

Page: 156

View: 551

This title focuses on silence and its implications for memory, and also the implications of silences that extend beyond memory. Silencing is a means by which self and group become aligned in their views of the past. The contributions here make a strong case for memory researchers to consider what is not recalled and what is.