LINGUIST List 11.2349

Mon Oct 30 2000

Qs: Kanzi Video, Ling Patterns in Therapy Patients

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  1. Zhelia, Kanzi video
  2. donna troisi, Linguistic patterns of people in therapy

Message 1: Kanzi video

Date: Mon, 30 Oct 2000 15:30:07 EST
From: Zhelia <Zheliaaol.com>
Subject: Kanzi video

At first you have to know that I'm french and it's rather very difficult to 
write in english for me ...
I'm very sorry to interfere in your newsgroup but i'm a little bit lost in 
the web ! I 'm desesperatly looking for a video, a documentary on bonobos and 
more especially Kanzi : I've seen one few years ago but the TV chanel which 
transmit it, doesn't have this video. I don't beleive that there is a lot of 
documentary about Kanzi at the San Diego zoo ... If you know what I'm talking 
about, and where I can order this video on the net, I would be very pleased ! 
I spend hours and hours on the web and I 've no more idea about where I must 
seek ... Thank you very much and all my apologizes for that disturb.
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Message 2: Linguistic patterns of people in therapy

Date: Mon, 30 Oct 2000 10:48:59 -0500
From: donna troisi <donnaterols.com>
Subject: Linguistic patterns of people in therapy

I am a clinical social worker very interested in the linguistic patterns
people use to represent their life's circumstances. Specifically, I
would like to do a research study tracking the changes in
linguistic patterns of people in therapy as they shift their thinking
and emotional maturity over time. Specifically, I am interested
in the use of distortions, such as "mind reading" and the use of
words like always and never.

Can you recommend any literature I can read to familiarize my
self with these lingusitic patterns? Do you know of any reserach similar
to this?

I appreciate your time and assistance. Thank you,
Donna M. Troisi, MSW, LCSW-C, BC-D

dtroisierols.com
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