Seeing Voices

It is difficult lor us, as speaker-hearers, even to conceive such a visual "voice," as
it is for those who have never heard to ... often accusing voices, nagging and
cajoling them; do deaf people, if they go mad. sutler from "seeing voices" too?
And ...

Author: Oliver Sacks

Publisher: Vintage

ISBN: 0307834115

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 240

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Like The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat, this is a fascinating voyage into a strange and wonderful land, a provocative meditation on communication, biology, adaptation, and culture. In Seeing Voices, Oliver Sacks turns his attention to the subject of deafness, and the result is a deeply felt portrait of a minority struggling for recognition and respect--a minority with its own rich, sometimes astonishing, culture and unique visual language, an extraordinary mode of communication that tells us much about the basis of language in hearing people as well. Seeing Voices is, as Studs Terkel has written, "an exquisite, as well as revelatory, work."

Hearing Visions and Seeing Voices

... Aspects of Biblical Concepts and Personalities Gerrit Glas, Moshe Halevi
Spero, Peter J. Verhagen, Herman M. van Praag. Gerrit Glas - Moshe Halevi
Spero PeterJ.Verhagen - Herman M. van Praag Editors Hegfing V|s|ons a'
Seeing Vo|ces ...

Author: Gerrit Glas

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1402059396

Category: Religion

Page: 324

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This book’s aim is to enrich and deepen our psychological understanding of biblical concepts and personalities. The book contains masterful analysis of biblical personalities, such as Job, Jeremiah, Paul, and Jesus. It may help theologians to contextualize their discipline by bringing it into contact with contemporary psychological and existential issues and tensions, both at an individual and a societal level.

Ineffability

The Failure of Words in Philosophy and Religion Ben-Ami Scharfstein. 122. Ibid,
p. 47. 123. Keller, The Story of My Life, pp. 14, 20-21 (quoted), 187 (quoted), 184.
124. Sacks, Seeing Voices, p. 56. 125. Evans and Falk, Learning to Be Deaf, p.

Author: Ben-Ami Scharfstein

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 9780791413487

Category: Religion

Page: 291

View: 767

Scharfstein describes the extraordinary powers that have been attributed to language everywhere, and then looks at ineffability as it has appeared in the thought of the great philosophical cultures: India, China, Japan, and the West. He argues that there is something of our prosaic, everyday difficulty with words in the ineffable reality of the philosophers and theologians, just as there is something unformulable, and finally mysterious in the prosaic, everyday successes and failures of words.

Seeing Voices

Skylar Brady has a for her life--until a car accident changes everything.

Author: Olivia Smit

Publisher: Whitefire Publishing

ISBN: 9781946531629

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 250

View: 134

Skylar Brady has a for her life--until a car accident changes everything. Skylar knows exactly what she wants, and getting in a car accident the summer before twelfth grade isn't supposed to be part of the plan. Although she escapes mostly unharmed, the accident has stolen more than just her hearing from her: she's also lost the close bond she used to have with her brother. When her parents decide to take a house-sitting job halfway across the province, it's just one more thing that isn't going according to plan. As the summer progresses, Skylar begins to gain confidence in herself, but as she tries to mend her relationship with her brother, she stumbles upon another hidden trauma. Suddenly, she's keeping as many secrets as she's struggling to uncover and creating more problems than she could ever hope to solve.

Hearing Visions Seeing Voices

The breakdown of traditional African values and the consequences of disconnection from African ancestral beliefs are examined in this attempt to understand the vicious cycle of community violence.

Author: Mmatshilo Motsei

Publisher: Jacana Media

ISBN: 9781919931517

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 189

View: 993

The breakdown of traditional African values and the consequences of disconnection from African ancestral beliefs are examined in this attempt to understand the vicious cycle of community violence.

Voice in Qualitative Inquiry

Davies usesa play of voices to allow lives to emerge in the folds of place. She
introducesher play withapreamble titled, 'Writing on ... N o t e s 1 In thearticle, '
Seeing Voices teacher research, ways that avoid recreating a regulative ideal of .
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Author: Alecia Y Jackson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134107900

Category: Education

Page: 264

View: 351

Voice in Qualitative Inquiry is a critical response to conventional, interpretive, and critical conceptions of voice in qualitative inquiry. A select group of contributors focus collectively on the question, "What does it mean to work the limits of voice?" from theoretical, methodological, and interpretative positions, and the result is an innovative challenge to traditional notions of voice. The thought-provoking book will shift qualitative inquiry away from uproblematically engaging in practices and interpretations that limit what "counts" as voice and therefore data. The loss and betrayal of comfort and authority when qualitative researchers work the limits of voice will lead to new disruptions and irruptions in making meaning from data and, in turn, will add inventive and critical dialogue to the conversation about voice in qualitative inquiry. Toward this end, the book will specifically address the following objectives: To promote an examination of how voice functions to communicate in qualitative research To expose the excesses and instabilities of voice in qualitative research To present theoretical, methodological, and interpretative implications that result in a problematizing of voice To provide working examples of how qualitative methodologists are engaging the multiple layers of voice and meaning To deconstruct the epistemological limits of voice that circumscribe our view of the world and the ways in which we make meaning as researchers This compelling collection will challenge those who conduct qualitative inquiry to think differently about how they collect, analyze, and represent meaning using the voices of others, as well as their own.

William Blake and the Productions of Time

Chapter 2 Seeing Voices in Songs of Innocence In his Preface to Lyrical Ballads ,
Wordsworth asserted his aim was “ to bring his feelings near to those of the
persons he describes , nay , for short spaces of time perhaps , to let himself slip
into ...

Author: Andrew M. Cooper

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781409444411

Category: Art

Page: 348

View: 621

Challenging the idea that a writer's work reflects his experiences in time and place, Cooper locates the action of William Blake's major illuminated books in the ahistorical present, an impersonal spirit realm beyond the three-dimensional self. Historicist attempts to place Blake's vision in perspective, Cooper argues, involve a self-contradictory denial of his performativity as a poet-artist of multiple geometrical dimensions.

The psychology of music in multimedia

Seeing the light: exploring the Colavita visual dominance effect. Experimental
Brain Research, 180, 737–754. Kreibig, S. D., Wilhelm ... Hearing lips and seeing
voices. Nature, 264, 746–748. Menon, V., & Levitin, D. J. (2005). The rewards of.

Author: Siu-Lan Tan

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 0191503266

Category: Psychology

Page: 456

View: 725

For most of the history of film-making, music has played an integral role serving many functions - such as conveying emotion, heightening tension, and influencing interpretation and inferences about events and characters. More recently, with the enormous growth of the gaming industry and the Internet, a new role for music has emerged. However, all of these applications of music depend on complex mental processes which are being identified through research on human participants in multimedia contexts. The Psychology of Music in Multimedia is the first book dedicated to this fascinating topic. The Psychology of Music in Multimedia presents a wide range of scientific research on the psychological processes involved in the integration of sound and image when engaging with film, television, video, interactive games, and computer interfaces. Collectively, the rich chapters in this edited volume represent a comprehensive treatment of the existing research on the multimedia experience, with the aim of disseminating the current knowledge base and inspiring future scholarship. The focus on empirical research and the strong psychological framework make this book an exceptional and distinctive contribution to the field. The international collection of contributors represents eight countries and a broad range of disciplines including psychology, musicology, neuroscience, media studies, film, and communications. Each chapter includes a comprehensive review of the topic and, where appropriate, identifies models that can be empirically tested. Part One presents contrasting theoretical approaches from cognitive psychology, philosophy, semiotics, communication, musicology, and neuroscience. Part Two reviews research on the structural aspects of music and multimedia, while Part Three focuses on research examining the influence of music on perceived meaning in the multimedia experience. Part Four explores empirical findings in a variety of real-world applications of music in multimedia including entertainment and educational media for children, video and computer games, television and online advertising, and auditory displays of information. Finally, the closing chapter in Part Five identifies emerging themes and points to the value of broadening the scope of research to encompass multisensory, multidisciplinary, and cross-cultural perspectives to advance our understanding of the role of music in multimedia. This is a valuable book for those in the fields of music psychology and musicology, as well as film and media studies.

The Handbook of the Neuropsychology of Language

Hearing lips and seeing voices: How cortical areas supporting speech production
mediate audiovisual speech perception. Cerebral Cortex, 17, 2387–2399.
Solodkin, A., Hlustik, P., Chen, E. E., & Small, S. L. (2004). Fine modulation in
network ...

Author: Miriam Faust

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1444345885

Category: Psychology

Page: 1128

View: 980

This handbook provides a comprehensive review of new developments in the study of the relationship between the brain and language, from the perspectives of both basic research and clinical neuroscience. Includes contributions from an international team of leading figures in brain-language research Features a novel emphasis on state-of-the-art methodologies and their application to the central questions in the brain-language relationship Incorporates research on all parts of language, from syntax and semantics to spoken and written language Covers a wide range of issues, including basic level and high level linguistic functions, individual differences, and neurologically intact and different clinical populations

Consciousness Explained

... the structures we become acquainted with in the course of our lives, certainly
the most pervasive and powerful source of discipline of our minds is our native
tongue. (One often sees best by looking at contrasts; Oliver Sacks, in Seeing
Voices ...

Author: Daniel C. Dennett

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 0141956100

Category: Philosophy

Page: 528

View: 254

This book revises the traditional view of consciousness by claiming that Cartesianism and Descartes' dualism of mind and body should be replaced with theories from the realms of neuroscience, psychology and artificial intelligence. What people think of as the stream of consciousness is not a single, unified sequence, the author argues, but "multiple drafts" of reality composed by a computer-like "virtual machine". Dennett considers how consciousness could have evolved in human beings and confronts the classic mysteries of consciousness: the nature of introspection, the self or ego and its relation to thoughts and sensations, and the level of consciousness of non-human creatures.

Teaching Multiwriting

When the First Voice You Hear Is Not Your Own . " Chair's Address . Conference
on College Composition and Communication ... Seeing Voices : A Journey into
the Land of the Deaf . Berkeley : U of California P , 1989 . Sanders , Scott Russell
 ...

Author: Robert L. Davis

Publisher: SIU Press

ISBN: 9780809327546

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 226

View: 563

This innovative volume proposes a reinvention of composition and rhetoric training with multiwriting, an alternative, open approach to composing that spans genres, media, disciplines, and cultures.

Handbook of Automated Essay Evaluation

®Voice ̄. from the six-trait model of writing commonly used in instruction. 6 An
example might be number of words in the essay, or spelling errors as a function
... Seeing voices: Assessing writerly stance in the NWP analytic writing continuum
.

Author: Mark D. Shermis

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1136334793

Category: Psychology

Page: 384

View: 257

This comprehensive, interdisciplinary handbook reviews the latest methods and technologies used in automated essay evaluation (AEE) methods and technologies. Highlights include the latest in the evaluation of performance-based writing assessments and recent advances in the teaching of writing, language testing, cognitive psychology, and computational linguistics. This greatly expanded follow-up to Automated Essay Scoring reflects the numerous advances that have taken place in the field since 2003 including automated essay scoring and diagnostic feedback. Each chapter features a common structure including an introduction and a conclusion. Ideas for diagnostic and evaluative feedback are sprinkled throughout the book. Highlights of the book’s coverage include: The latest research on automated essay evaluation. Descriptions of the major scoring engines including the E-rater®, the Intelligent Essay Assessor, the IntellimetricTM Engine, c-raterTM, and LightSIDE. Applications of the uses of the technology including a large scale system used in West Virginia. A systematic framework for evaluating research and technological results. Descriptions of AEE methods that can be replicated for languages other than English as seen in the example from China. Chapters from key researchers in the field. The book opens with an introduction to AEEs and a review of the "best practices" of teaching writing along with tips on the use of automated analysis in the classroom. Next the book highlights the capabilities and applications of several scoring engines including the E-rater®, the Intelligent Essay Assessor, the IntellimetricTM engine, c-raterTM, and LightSIDE. Here readers will find an actual application of the use of an AEE in West Virginia, psychometric issues related to AEEs such as validity, reliability, and scaling, and the use of automated scoring to detect reader drift, grammatical errors, discourse coherence quality, and the impact of human rating on AEEs. A review of the cognitive foundations underlying methods used in AEE is also provided. The book concludes with a comparison of the various AEE systems and speculation about the future of the field in light of current educational policy. Ideal for educators, professionals, curriculum specialists, and administrators responsible for developing writing programs or distance learning curricula, those who teach using AEE technologies, policy makers, and researchers in education, writing, psychometrics, cognitive psychology, and computational linguistics, this book also serves as a reference for graduate courses on automated essay evaluation taught in education, computer science, language, linguistics, and cognitive psychology.

The Brain A Very Short Introduction

This distinction can easily be appreciated by looking at the famous visual illusion
based on a painting titled My Wife and ... McGurk effect described by Harry
McGurk and John MacDonald in an article called 'Hearing Lips and Seeing
Voices'.

Author: Michael O'Shea

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 0191578355

Category: Medical

Page: 152

View: 388

How does the brain work? How different is a human brain from other creatures' brains? Is the human brain still evolving? In this fascinating book, Michael O'Shea provides a non-technical introduction to the main issues and findings in current brain research, and gives a sense of how neuroscience addresses questions about the relationship between the brain and the mind. Chapters tackle subjects such as brain processes, perception, memory, motor control and the causes of 'altered mental states'. A final section discusses possible future developments in neuroscience, touching on artificial intelligence, gene therapy, the importance of the Human Genome Project, drugs by design, and transplants. ABOUT THE SERIES: The Very Short Introductions series from Oxford University Press contains hundreds of titles in almost every subject area. These pocket-sized books are the perfect way to get ahead in a new subject quickly. Our expert authors combine facts, analysis, perspective, new ideas, and enthusiasm to make interesting and challenging topics highly readable.

Cognition In Action

Hearing lips and seeing voices. Nature, 264, 746–748. McLeod, P.D. (1977). A
dual-task response modality effect: support for multiprocessor models of attention
. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 29, 651–667. McLeod, P. (1978).

Author: Alan F. Collins

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 1135472513

Category: Psychology

Page: 464

View: 636

This revised textbook is designed for undergraduate courses in cognitive psychology. It approaches cognitive psychology by asking what it says about how people carry out everyday activities: how people organize and use their knowledge in order to behave appropriately in the world in which they live.; Each chapter of the book starts with an example and then uses this to introduce some aspect of the overall cognitive system. Through such examples of cognition in action, important components of the cognitive system are identified, and their interrelationships highlighted. Thus the text demonstrates that each part of the cognitive system can only be understood properly in its place in the functioning of the whole.; This edition features increased coverage of neuropsychological and connectionist approaches to cognition.

Functional and Systemic Linguistics

... the obvious and testable surface” (1985: 186). At first glance, Sacks' own works
would seem to share the superficiality of which he accuses others. His recent
works — Awakenings; The man who mistook his wife for a hat; and Seeing voices
, ...

Author: Eija Ventola

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 311088352X

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 512

View: 725

TRENDS IN LINGUISTICS is a series of books that open new perspectives in our understanding of language. The series publishes state-of-the-art work on core areas of linguistics across theoretical frameworks as well as studies that provide new insights by building bridges to neighbouring fields such as neuroscience and cognitive science. TRENDS IN LINGUISTICS considers itself a forum for cutting-edge research based on solid empirical data on language in its various manifestations, including sign languages. It regards linguistic variation in its synchronic and diachronic dimensions as well as in its social contexts as important sources of insight for a better understanding of the design of linguistic systems and the ecology and evolution of language. TRENDS IN LINGUISTICS publishes monographs and outstanding dissertations as well as edited volumes, which provide the opportunity to address controversial topics from different empirical and theoretical viewpoints. High quality standards are ensured through anonymous reviewing.

What Psychotherapists Should Know About Disability

Seeing voices: A journey into the world of the deaf. New York: Harper Perennial.
Saddler, A., Hillman, S., & Darling, R. B. (1993). The influence of disabling
condition visibility on family functioning. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 18, 425
–439.

Author: Rhoda Olkin

Publisher: Guilford Press

ISBN: 1462506135

Category: Psychology

Page: 368

View: 368

This comprehensive volume provides the knowledge and skills that mental health professionals need for more effective, informed work with clients with disabilities. Combining her extensive knowledge as a clinician, researcher, and teacher with her personal experience as someone with a disability, Olkin provides an insider's perspective on critical issues that are often overlooked in training. A lucid conceptual framework is presented for understanding disability as a minority experience, one that is structured by social, legal, and attitudinal constraints as well as physical challenges. Illuminating frequently encountered psychosocial themes and concerns, chapters describe a range of approaches to dealing with disability issues in the treatment of adults, children, and families. Topics addressed include etiquette with clients with disabilities; special concerns in assessment, evaluation, and diagnosis; the impact of disability on sexuality and romance, as well as pregnancy, birthing, and parenting; the use of assistive technology and devices; disability and substance abuse; and more. Filled with clinical examples and observations, the volume also discusses strategies for enhancing teaching, training, and research.

Revelation Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible

... God is doing. In a word, the Apocalypse demands to be read apocalyptically,
with an eye to the victory of God and the Lamb over a world beset by the power of
death. PARTI JESUS ON PATMOS REVELATION 1 SEEING VOICES Then the.

Author: Joseph L. Mangina

Publisher: Baker Books

ISBN: 144121349X

Category: Religion

Page: 288

View: 458

This commentary, like each in the Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible, is designed to serve the church--providing a rich resource for preachers, teachers, students, and study groups--and demonstrate the continuing intellectual and practical viability of theological interpretation of Scripture. In this addition to the series, Joseph Mangina offers a constructive ecclesiology for the role and mission of the church in the twenty-first century formed by a close examination of Revelation.

Linguistics An Introduction

London: HarperPerennial. Sacks, H., Schegloff, E. A. and Jefferson, G. (1974), 'A
simplest systematics for the organization of turn-taking in conversation'.
Language, 50, 696–735. Sacks, O. (2012/1989), Seeing Voices: A Journey into
the World ...

Author: William B. McGregor

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 0567488683

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 416

View: 862

This is the new edition of Linguistics: An Introduction. It is a bestselling introductory textbook for all students of linguistics and language studies. This reworked edition features: -new chapters on sign languages, writing, and text and discourse -coverage of writing in electronic media -revised and updated chapters on languages of the world and psycholinguistics Firmly based around taught courses and catering to student needs, it addresses all the topics that a student will need in their study of language. With key terms, further reading, questions at the end of each chapter, exercises and key paragraphs in stand-out boxes, this is a firmly pedagogic text that takes difficult concepts and explains them in an easy to understand way. It features examples taken from a range of languages across the world. Global in its scope and comprehensive in its coverage, this is the textbook of choice for linguistics students. The book comes with a large Companion Website, also extensively revised and expanded. For lecturers and instructors, a comprehensive Answer Book is also available to go along with the questions throughout the chapters.

On Repeat

Hearing lips and seeing voices. Nature, 264, 746–748. McNeill, W. H. (1995).
Keeping together in time: Dance and drill in human history. Cambridge, MA:
Harvard University Press. McRoberts, G. W., McDonough, C., & Lakusta, L. (2009
).

Author: Elizabeth Hellmuth Margulis

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199990859

Category: Music

Page: 240

View: 231

Winner of the Wallace Berry Award, Society for Music Theory Winner of the Deems Taylor/Virgil Thomson Award, ASCAP What is it about the music you love that makes you want to hear it again? Why do we crave a "hook" that returns, again and again, within the same piece? And how does a song end up getting stuck in your head? Whether it's a motif repeated throughout a composition, a sample looped under an electronic dance beat, a passage replayed incessantly by a musician in a practice room-or an "earworm" burrowing through your mind like a broken record-repetition is nearly as integral to music as the notes themselves. Its centrality has been acknowledged by everyone from evolutionary biologist W. Tecumseh Fitch, who has called it a "design feature" of music, to the composer Arnold Schoenberg who admitted that "intelligibility in music seems to be impossible without repetition." And yet, stunningly little is actually understood about repetition and its role in music. On Repeat offers the first in-depth inquiry into music's repetitive nature, focusing not on a particular style, or body of work, but on repertoire from across time periods and cultures. Author Elizabeth Hellmuth Margulis draws on a diverse array of fields including music theory, psycholinguistics, neuroscience, and cognitive psychology, to look head-on at the underlying perceptual mechanisms associated with repetition. Her work sheds light on a range of issues from repetition's use as a compositional tool to its role in characterizing our behavior as listeners, and then moves beyond music to consider related implications for repetition in language, learning, and communication. Written in engaging prose, and enlivening otherwise complex concepts for the specialist and non-specialist alike, On Repeat will captivate scholars and students across numerous disciplines from music theory and history, to psychology and neuroscience-and anyone fascinated by the puzzle of repetition in music.

Consciousness and the Brain

“Hearing Lips and Seeing Voices." Nature 264 (5588): 746–48. McIntosh, A.R.,
M. N. Rajah, and N. J. Lobaugh. 1999. “Interactions of Prefrontal Cortex in
Relation to Awareness in Sensory Learning"Science 284 (5419): 1531–33.
Mehler, J., P.

Author: Stanislas Dehaene

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 0698151402

Category: Science

Page: 352

View: 866

WINNER OF THE 2014 BRAIN PRIZE From the acclaimed author of Reading in the Brain, a breathtaking look at the new science that can track consciousness deep in the brain How does our brain generate a conscious thought? And why does so much of our knowledge remain unconscious? Thanks to clever psychological and brain-imaging experiments, scientists are closer to cracking this mystery than ever before. In this lively book, Stanislas Dehaene describes the pioneering work his lab and the labs of other cognitive neuroscientists worldwide have accomplished in defining, testing, and explaining the brain events behind a conscious state. We can now pin down the neurons that fire when a person reports becoming aware of a piece of information and understand the crucial role unconscious computations play in how we make decisions. The emerging theory enables a test of consciousness in animals, babies, and those with severe brain injuries. A joyous exploration of the mind and its thrilling complexities, Consciousness and the Brain will excite anyone interested in cutting-edge science and technology and the vast philosophical, personal, and ethical implications of finally quantifying consciousness. From the Trade Paperback edition.