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From cell to subject: The rhetoric of freud's phylogenetic imagination in Beyond the Pleasure Principle
The aim of this thesis, firstly, is to identify the dominate scholarly reactions to the biological writing of Sigmund Freud, particularly regarding his 1920 text, Beyond the Pleasure Principle. Considering the cluster of ...
Nonverbal bilingualism: Deaf schemas of deception
The Deaf are a community formed through a socio-linguistic acculturation process influenced by their use of signing to communicate. Signing includes verbal and nonverbal components, and reliance on vision as a primary ...
"And we will live happily ever after, too": The effects of romantic narratives and parasocial relationship status with fictional characters on relationship evaluations
The present research examined the effects of romantic narratives - and the parasocial, or one-sided, relationships (PSRs) people may form with the fictional characters within those narratives - on relationship evaluations. ...