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16. The Further Development of an Active Therapy in Psycho-Analysis. [1920]I

Slice ePub May 23, 2014
<p>I</p><p>THE fundamentals of psycho-analytic technique have undergone little essential alteration since the introduction of Freud’s’ fundamental rule’ (free association). That my proposals do not aim at this either, I would emphasize at the beginning; on the contrary, their intention was and is to enable the patient, by means of certain artifices, to comply more successfully with the rule of free association and thereby to assist or hasten the exploring of the unconscious material. Besides, these artifices are only required in certain exceptional cases; for most patients the treatment can be carried out without any special’ activity’ on the part of either doctor or patient, and even in those cases in which one has to proceed more actively the interference should be restricted as much as possible. As soon as the stagnation of the analysis, the only justification for and the only motive of the modification, is overcome, the expert will immediately resume the passively receptive attitude most favourable for the efficient co-operation of the doctor’s unconscious.</p><a class="default-logo-link" href="/ebooks/325169-further-contributions-to-the-theory-and-technique-of-psycho-analysis">See more</a>

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24 Studio-Like Modeling Light

Slice ePub January 27, 2015
<p> <strong>Studio-Like Modeling Light</strong> </p><p>▸ <em>How to make a flash work like a modeling light</em></p><p>▸ <em>Lighting a simple tabletop scene using modeling flash</em></p><p>Aside from their lower output, one of the main disadvantages of using portable flash instead of studio flash is the lack of a modeling light. A modeling light is a continuous light source that helps you visualize the shadows, highlights, and reflections the flash will produce before it fires. Nowadays, higher-end flash units by Canon and Nikon have built-in modeling flash, which fires a series of weak flashes to emulate a conventional modeling light (see workshop 35). Canon’s modeling flash is activated by pressing the depth-of-field preview button on the camera body.</p><p>This is fine if the flash is mounted on the camera, but if you want to use this function with an off-camera flash and regulate the flash output manually, you have to take a slightly different approach.</p><p> <em>Schematic of our tabletop scene with two off-camera Canon flashes mounted in umbrella diffusers</em> </p><a class="default-logo-link" href="/ebooks/799058-creative-flash-photography-great-lighting-with-small-flashes-40-flash-workshops">See more</a>

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Slice PDF May 26, 2014
<p>BORN UNDER A WANDERING STAR</p><p>(1834-1863)</p><p>During the last half of the 19th century, three American artists were to work in</p><p>Europe, mainly in England and France. Each of them was to play an important role. Mary Cassatt participated in the Impressionist movement in France, John</p><p>Singer Sargent was to be considered one of the greatest painters of his day, and</p><p>James McNeill Whistler, to whom this biography is dedicated, was to create a completely original style.</p><p>James Abbott McNeill Whistler was born on July 10, 1834 in Lowell, a little town in Massachusetts. His family could trace their origins back to 13thcentury England; it was a line full of clerks and soldiers who had settled in the</p><p>Thames Valley. The American Whistlers were descendant of John Whistler, who belonged to the Irish branch of the family. James’ father was a graduate of the West Point military academy. He took Anna Mathilda McNeill as his second wife. Whistler was a railroad engineer in Lowell, and this is where</p><p>James and his two brothers were born. In 1842, Nicholas I, Tsar of Russia, chose John Whistler to build him a railroad from St. Petersburg to Moscow and Major Whistler left for Russia. On August 12, 1843, a year after her husband’s departure, Mrs. Whistler and her children took the same route and left for Boston on a journey which at the time was long and dangerous. The</p><a class="default-logo-link" href="/ebooks/615542-james-mcneill-whistler">See more</a>

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Areas of Polygons: Praxis I Geometry

Slice ePub July 07, 2014

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Appendix C - Reading on Student Motivation

Slice ePub September 06, 2014
<p>Anticipation Guide</p><p>What Do You Know About Student Motivation?</p><p>Write an <i>A</i> in the blank if you <i>agree</i> with a statement. Write a <i>D</i> in the blank if you <i>disagree</i> with a statement.</p><p>___ <b>1.</b>  Artists are born, not made.</p><p>___ <b>2.</b>  Part of our genetic makeup is our intellectual capacity—how smart we are.</p><p>___ <b>3.</b>  One of the differences between advanced students and those who are at or below grade level is the speed with which they learn.</p><p>___ <b>4.</b>  Teachers behave differently toward students they believe are smart and students they believe have a limited learning capacity.</p><p>___ <b>5.</b>  Students who believe they are unintelligent direct attention away from their inadequacy by either boasting about possessions or other talents, or attempting to play by different rules.</p><p>___ <b>6.</b>  Students who develop good problem-solving strategies continue to use and improve them while working on increasingly more difficult tasks.</p><a class="default-logo-link" href="/ebooks/260054-creating-a-coaching-culture-for-professional-learning-communities">See more</a>

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