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The role of embodiment and intersubjectivity in clinical reasoning
Embodied approaches to cognition have been recently challenging standard views in philosophy of mind and the cognitive sciences. We propose that these embodied cognition views hold implications for clinical reasoning. This ...
The embodied word
(John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2012)
During the last decades a narrative outlook has become very popular in many disciplines, including psychotherapy whose central model is based on the exteriorisation of inner worlds through verbalisation. The following ...
Critical Friendships Among Beginning Philosophers : research report on a mini-project funded by the Subject Centre for Philosophical and Religious Studies of the Higher Education Academy
(University of Hertfordshire, 2011)
In a mini-project funded by the Subject Centre, we reviewed the educational literature on peer support and used focus groups to explore students' ideas of academic and critical friendship. We report on our findings, make ...
Using Story Re-tell in Bilingual Assessment
Narrative has been used in the assessment of children’s language skills for some time but rarely with bilingual children (though see Gutiérrez-Clellen 2002). This paper examines narratives of a sample of German/English ...