Christine Busch

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Topic continuing and nontopic continuing utterances produced by three productively language-disordered preschoolers were examined. All children were intellectually, normal, exhibited multiple articulation errors, and produced utterances characteristic of children in Brown Stage I. Each child and mother participated in a videotaped 40-min free play activity.(More)
Antipathy between psychology and religion is waning. The present paper describes one way in which an interaction of religion and psychology has developed in our own practice, the treatment of religious professionals. We discuss clinical issues which characterize this type of intervention and which may affect success.
Humans perceive the world from an egocentric perspective, while being able to mentally take a third person's perspective. Graphesthesia tasks revealed that letters written on the back of one's own head are consistently perceived from an embodied perspective, while the perspective on one's front is less consistent and often disembodied. We developed a(More)
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