SHARING UNDERSTANDING AND PRACTICE

Denicolo, PM and Pope, ML (eds)
(1997, May) Farnborough:EPCA Publications

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CONTENTS
The Contributors v
Sharing constructivist ideas
   Maureen Pope and Pam Denicolo
1
PCP in a changing Europe: from the matrix of decision to multiphrenic identity
   Luis Botella
11
To be or not to be a Serb: construction of national identity amongst Yugoslav students
   Luis Botella, Dusan Stojnov, Mario Knezevi and Aleksandar Gojic
21
Validation and invalidation of personal constructs
   Martin Fromm
33
The later Kelly and existential phenomenology
   Trevor Butt
40
The emancipation of the self: post-modern and PCP versions
   ValÚrie Fournier
50
Supervision revisited
   Bernadette O'Sullivan
62
Co-dependence or co-assumption? Superman and wonder-woman
   Gwyneth Daniel
72
A PCP perspective on troubled relationships
   Ian Kemp and Susanne Lakin
83
Interview methodology and PCP
   Vivien Burr and Trevor Butt
98
Laddering to the well-spring within and transforming experience
   David Savage
106
Snapshots of strategic management
   Sandra Tjok-a-Tam and Pam Denicolo
112
A methodological study
   Devi Jankowicz
123
Formative critical incidents in early professional life: a stimulated recall approach
   Robert Sexton and Pam Denicolo
133
The leaden fragment - golden section construct: an oscillating epitaph to positivism
   Gwyneth Daniel
144
Assessing death attitudes in young adults and elderly persons using the Death Attitude Repertory Test (DART)
   J÷rn W Scheer and Bettina Bernhardi
155
Life satisfaction in young adults and elderly persons
   J÷rn W Scheer, Kaja Hundertmark and Julie M Ellis
166
The Personal Construct Inventory: an alternative construction of Personal Construct methodology, or just another esoteric questionnaire?
   Sue Watson, David Winter and Nicole Rossotti
177
The relationship between symptom constructs and social constructs in agoraphobia
   Chris Metcalfe
188
Recovery following brain injury. Significant others' construing as a predictor of clients' recovery following brain injury
   David A Winter, Chris Metcalfe and Hani Shoeb
199
Personal construct theory perspectives on group psychotherapy
   David Winter
210
Suicide and depression from the Personal Construct perspective
   Tamara Dzamonja-Ignjatovic
222
The use of Personal Construct Psychology in the NHS
   Helen Jones and Peter Everett
235
Developing a specialist nursing service for family-caregivers of people with dementia: dilemmas of role expectation, perceived dependency and control
   Walter Wills and Bob Woods
241
The perceived meaningfulness of information within a hospital organisation: a PCP perspective
   Brendan G O'Connor and John C McCarthy
256
Nurses' anticipations of caring for elderly patients
   Julie M Ellis
267
Community nurses' perceptions of self in role
   Elizabeth Howkins and Ann Ewens
277
The use of the repertory grid in nursing research. To provide or elicit the constructs: the debate
   Terry Thorne and Sean Mullarkey
289
The personal psychology of adolescent smoking
   Peter Lynch
297
Constructivism in the developing world
   Liz Thomson
309
The learning of English as a foreign language: a personal constructivist approach
   Maureen Pope and Rana Saka
320
Freire meets Kelly: using constructs to generate themes in education
   Mike Watts and Arnaldo Vaz
330
Professional learning construed as research in action
   Pam Denicolo
339
Questions of knowing
   Phillida Salmon
346
Reference index 354
Index 357