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  • Path instabilities of light particles rising in a liquid with background rotation

    The present paper reports on experimental observations performed on 2–6 mm low-density polystyrene particles rising freely in a water-glycerol mixture for the liquid at rest as well as with slow background rotation (axisymmetric solid body rotation around the vertical axis). Particle trajectories were studied in the Reynolds-numbers range of 200

    Tailor-made: therapist to patient ‘responsivity’ in counselling and psychotherapy

    This study explores unusual interventions (UIs) in counselling and psychotherapy, as defined by Akhtar (2011, p. xvii): “Clinical surprises...when the [therapist] makes a radical departure from the set and familiar rules of technique”. There is currently a paucity of literature and research in this area, and the present study aims to contribute to an emerging theory: Under what circumstances do UIs occur, how do they manifest, and what are the therapeutic consequences? A qualitative methodolo...

    Children's Communication Checklist (CCC) scores in 11-year-old children with communication impairments

    Background: The pragmatic skills of children with communication disorders and their assessment are currently an issue for speech and language therapy and educational placement. \ud \ud Aims: To explore whether different subgroups of children with communication disorders score differently on the Children’s Communication Checklist (CCC; Bishop, 1998) and how they compare to published normative data. Methods and procedures: A sample of 161 eleven year old children with a history of communication...

    Characterising Locality Descriptions in Crowdsourced Crisis Information

    Humanitarian organisations are reluctant to use information from social media when responding to crises or conflicts, identifying trust and accuracy as principal concerns. However, the Geographic Information Science literature contains significant research into uncertainty, research we draw upon here to characterise locality descriptions in incident reports related to the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. We do so using a classification developed to georeference locality descriptions in MaNIS, the Ma...
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