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Why Do We Talk To Ourselves?

Felicity Deamer
2020 Review of Philosophy and Psychology  
If self-talk exists then either, (i) we know what we are going to say and self-talk serves no communicative purpose, and must serve some other purpose, or (ii) we don't know what we are going to say, and  ...  self-talk does serve a communicative purpose, namely, it is an instance of us communicating with ourselves.  ...  Do we Always Need to Interpret ourselves when we Speak?  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13164-020-00487-5 pmid:34721741 pmcid:PMC8550465 fatcat:kiusv4utnrfkfcqtxirbz5p5ey


1912 Journal of the American Medical Association  
If procured in these large Cylinders the vas is less expensive, and the Bow to the machine is perfectly smooth and regular. Complications on the Table.  ...  -The respiration is the main factor to be watched, and if il is suspended in any case a punch over the stomach will suffice. Carbon dioxid can he given if desired.  ...  directors ol our hos-| i 1 ills, and when other lay people are present, do we engage in questionable stories, common talk, and tell tales about some other practitioner or speak humorously f things that  ... 
doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04260050020008 fatcat:rg2xuoionfa5bn3as63znd4ama

Measuring ourselves [chapter]

2020 Measuring difference, numbering normal  
hotly debated this issue and explained why they identified as deaf or hard of hearing in different contexts and situations and discussed the extent to which this decision related to the associated number  ...  She believed 90 db was the threshold point that counted as deafness and queried 'all these "deaf " people who can easily talk on the phone and have all this privilege.' 1 In response to her inquiry, people  ...  do feature innate political preferences.  ... 
doi:10.7765/9781526143167.00015 fatcat:dijvpnt2zvfqhniw2akunbedwi

Criteria Against Ourselves

Arthur P. Bochner
2000 Qualitative Inquiry  
In the social sciences, we usually think of criteria as culture-free standards that stand apart from human subjectivity and value.  ...  The author argues in this article, however, that conflicts over which criteria to apply usually boil down to differences in values that are contingent on human choices.  ...  Frankly, I find most of the incessant talk about criteria to be boring, tedious, and unproductive. Why do we always seem to be drawn back to the same familiar questions: "How do you know?"  ... 
doi:10.1177/107780040000600209 fatcat:e4xgwpy575cnpecrkvracbcbfa

Songs of Ourselves

W. E. Douglas Creed, Maureen A. Scully
2000 Journal of management inquiry  
So, we were allowed to sit at the dinner table and talk about issues.  ...  I was invited up there to talk to a group of religious leaders who . . . wanted to do something to respond to the murder, but they didn't know what. . . .  ... 
doi:10.1177/105649260000900410 fatcat:bul7rzcqazcqxg6gcbj4zh7444

Mindfulness begins with ourselves

Maricarmen Cruz-Jimenez
2018 International Journal of Complementary & Alternative Medicine  
So how frequently do we realize the good deeds others have towards us? Do we realize how disconnected we are to world?  ...  In the healthcare world we are learning to discover the role of mindfulness and how we can apply it to ourselves and to our patients.  ... 
doi:10.15406/ijcam.2018.11.00365 fatcat:oj7n4r2fvncx7mrdyql27sf7xu

Revising Our Community: Revising Ourselves

Lisa Eddy
2008 Language Arts Journal of Michigan  
Talking Circle: Nuts and Bolts I do think that the Talking Circles contributed to my thinking about history.  ...  I now battle tough times in my life which is why I believe I relate to this character.  ... 
doi:10.9707/2168-149x.1098 fatcat:a73ym4stuba3ximcpkctnmewo4

Looking at ourselves

Richard H. R. Harper
1992 Proceedings of the 1992 ACM conference on Computer-supported cooperative work - CSCW '92  
We are, of course, not alone in wanting to use ourselves to test out ideas. This is a common practice in (pure) research laboratories [7] .  ...  We have used ourselves to test our ideas on sociality, seamless transitions, and more generally the relationship between systems and the individual, but we recognise that this is not without its problems  ... 
doi:10.1145/143457.143542 dblp:conf/cscw/Harper92 fatcat:lbat2fafhfha5ahztwvaszn2r4

Re-Inventing Ourselves [chapter]

Andy Clark
2013 The Transhumanist Reader  
The main reason why this is so has less to do with the advancement of our science (though that certainly helps) than with our native biological plasticity.  ...  We humans, I shall try to show, are biologically disposed towards literal (and repeated) episodes of sensory re-calibration, of bodily reconfiguration and of mental extension.  ...  Why talk of new systemic wholes, of extended bodies and reconfigured users, rather than just the same old user in command of a new tool?"  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781118555927.ch11 fatcat:yteug5xognfbpeswoxutmguanq

Our Patients, Ourselves

James W. King
1994 Journal of Hand Therapy  
Under a managed care system, where we will find ourselves trying to do more with less, this will be no easy task.  ...  How we communicate the rationale for treatment—telling a patient how and why rather than “just do it’’—receives acclaim from patients in compliance research.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0894-1130(12)80240-7 fatcat:odb66nrzmrcrdg56cug42p3i5u


Kathleen Skott-Myhre, Scott Kouri, Hans Skott-Myhre
2020 International Journal of Child, Youth & Family Studies  
Should we adopt the studied neutrality of scholars, the moral high ground of activists, or the inclusive posture of the "good" settler? Do we find ways to be comfortable in the space?  ...  How are we to encounter the ghosts of those Indigenous peoples destroyed and removed from this very geography?  ...  Acknowledgement: We would like to thank Sandrina de Finney for many years of profound insights that have influenced our reflections in this paper.  ... 
doi:10.18357/ijcyfs112202019521 fatcat:gnb7cu4bwbeubfle5dneavms6e

Ourselves and the Russians

C. M. Beadnell
1947 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
Moreover, the longer we postpone the evil day the greater must be the dislocation during the process of shift to a new balance. Therefore, why not get it over as soon as possible ?  ...  As to quality we do not, apparently, give a tinker's cuss. What are the reasons for this insatiable demand for expansion? I would tabulate them as follows: 1.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.2.4523.434-a fatcat:dg35t6czojfxjly4lfd5rpcbde


Alaric Jacob
1946 Political quarterly (London. 1930. Print)  
And that is the last 116 ee THE BIG TWO AND OURSELVES thing Americans desire, as you soon discover by talking to any Gh... Economically, we know where we are with Russia.  ...  The doubts we ourselves feel about France’s ability to recover are in fact shared by many Americans and Russians in relation to ourselves.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-923x.1946.tb01032.x fatcat:pjkzowzkn5bcdihnkjoxhg4e4u

Repositioning Ourselves: acknowledging contradiction

Dana Cox, Beatriz Silva D?Ambrosio, Jane Keiser, Nirmala Naresh
2014 Bolema  
We analyzed the participants' abilities to explore student voices as input for improving the teaching of mathematics.  ...  On the other hand, as we categorized and characterized our participants' reflections using the tools of qualitative inquiry, the end effect was to distort and even silence those voices as an input for  ...  If they do, how do we get them there? If they don't, how do we help them to be most effective with the strategies they are using? Our second story is Suki's.  ... 
doi:10.1590/1980-4415v28n49a27 fatcat:oxibavy3andbdlzq3jq6o55wdu

Are We Talking to Ourselves?

V. Mark Durand
1988 Contemporary Psychology  
. @ CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOLOGY, 1988, Vol. 33, No. 9 Are We Talking to Ourselves? Charles A. Maher and Susan G. Forman (Eds.)  ...  Until that time, we will continue to talk about education, but few will be listening. References Becker, W. C., & Carnine, D. W. (1981).  ... 
doi:10.1037/026018 fatcat:mjk4touv7vbenfucyknf7iacdy
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