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Book Review: If Women Rose Rooted: A Life Changing Journey To Authenticity And Healing By Sharon Blackie, Katherine T. Ziemke Aug 2021

Book Review: If Women Rose Rooted: A Life Changing Journey To Authenticity And Healing By Sharon Blackie, Katherine T. Ziemke

Journal of Conscious Evolution

No abstract provided.


Lgbt Inclusivity In Transpersonal Psychology: A Case For Incorporating Lgbt Spiritual Experiences In Transpersonal Education, Daniel A. Seda, Phd Aug 2021

Lgbt Inclusivity In Transpersonal Psychology: A Case For Incorporating Lgbt Spiritual Experiences In Transpersonal Education, Daniel A. Seda, Phd

Journal of Conscious Evolution

Introduction: After conducting three qualitative interviews on the somatic experiences of transgender individuals and finding relatively few resources with which to draw significant conclusions in the field, it is clear that Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) scholarship is severely lacking in transpersonal psychology.

Method: This research revealed than an understanding and appreciation for the lived experiences of gay people—specifically that of gay men—are also limited and are not appropriately represented through the use of feminist or queer models. Therefore, an alarming number of issues affecting the transgender and gay male populations are not being adequately addressed within the discipline …


Stories (Causal Inferencing & Truth Value Judgment Tasks) Combined, Andreas Schramm Dec 2016

Stories (Causal Inferencing & Truth Value Judgment Tasks) Combined, Andreas Schramm

Andreas Schramm

This file contains the materials used in the word completion studies as well as in the Truth Value Judgment Task study


Slrf Presentation Overheads.Rtf, Andreas Schramm Dec 1998

Slrf Presentation Overheads.Rtf, Andreas Schramm

Andreas Schramm

a Comparison of the ROle of Aspect in native and non-native inference
generation in Narrative comprehension
 
The acquisition of English aspect, as opposed to tense, and the information provided by it on the text/discourse level have received increasing attention in recent years (Bardovi-Harlig 1997). At the same time, our understanding of native speakers’ cognitive processing of aspect during text comprehension is sketchy (Magliano & Schleich 2000). The current study compares native and non-native readers’ processing of the effect of aspect on understanding simple narratives. This comparison will allow addressing the question whether English language learners in this study make …