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Vol 5, No 1 (2008)

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Table of Contents


Editorial PDF
Srikant Sarangi 1-2


Laughter, communication problems and dementia PDF
Camilla Lindholm 3-14
In defense of ethically caring physicians PDF
Matthew S. McCabe 15-24
The use of abbreviations in medical records in a multidisciplinary world -- an imminent disaster PDF
Muhammad Asad Parvaiz , Ashok Subramanian , Namita S. Kendall 25-34
Expressing the unexpressed: self-disclosure as interactional achievement in the psychotherapy session PDF
Joanna Pawelczyk , Richard Erskine 39-48
The Rabbit in the Hat: dubious argumentation and the persuasive effects of prescription drug advertising (DTCA) PDF
Sara Rubinelli , Kent Nakamoto , Peter J. Schulz 49-58
Listening to people with seizures: How can linguistic analysis help in the differential diagnosis of seizure disorders? PDF
Meike Schwabe , Markus Reuber , Martin Schöndienst , Elisabeth Gülich 59-72

Research Notes

Role-blurring and ethical grey zones associated with lay interpreters: Three case studies PDF
Charles Brua 73-80

Forum Discussion

Sophistry and Circumstance at the End of Life PDF
Philip Berry 81-88
Commentary 1: Subtlety without the sophistry PDF
Anthony Byrne 89-90
Commentary 2: Considering the Geography of Relations PDF
Michael C. Brannigan 91-92

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