Monthly Archives: April 2016

The Leadership Crisis

From infancy onward we continually accumulate memory traces from all our experiences. We integrate them into a reservoir of perceptions and representations of ourselves and figures important to us (objects). This reservoir represents a sort of narcissistic network which lets

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How Does Language Develop?

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The Journey From “Media Sensory Communication” Through Monologue Via Dialogue In everyday use, ‘language’ is usually taken to mean that which is spoken aloud. However, we communicate from birth using a range of modalities and as adults we do not

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Anorexia and its Roots in Early Childhood Experience

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Anorexia affects approximately 1% of teenagers, and is more common in females. Aged fourteen, Victoria is showing signs of this affliction. She is reluctant to eat, and is concerned with gaining weight. Her primary fixation is with the maintenance of

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