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Review of Transgender Emergence (2004)

Posted on Oct 19, 2013 in Gender, Psychology, Reviews

Lev does her peers in the helping professions a great service by giving them strategies and case histories that will help them work with gender-variant clients without unconsciously maneuvering the client into an outcome the therapist favors.

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Backward Chaining (1979)

Posted on Sep 13, 2013 in Applied Behavior Analysis, Developmental Disabilities, Fiction, Poetry, Psychology

Each day I did less and less and he did more and more.

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The Role of Intellectual Assessment at Greene Valley Developmental Center (1980)

Posted on Sep 12, 2013 in Developmental Disabilities, Psychology, School Papers

Greene Valley is one of the best developmental centers in the world and is the last state-operated developmental center in Tennessee.. It has nevertheless been reduced in size by the state government and will probably soon be closed.

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Why the Medical Model is Inadequate for Treating Mental Patients (1972)

Posted on Sep 12, 2013 in Developmental Disabilities, Psychology, School Papers

© 1972, 2013 by Dallas Denny Source: Denny, Dallas. (1972). Why the medical model is inadequate for treating mental patients. Paper for...

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The Ability of Mentally Retarded Persons To Judge Facial Expressions From Photographs (1986)

Posted on Sep 11, 2013 in Developmental Disabilities, Ethology, Psychology, Research, School Papers

©1986, 2013 by Dallas Denny Source: Denny, Dallas. (1986). The ability of mentally retarded persons to judge facial expressions from...

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The Ability of Mentally Retarded Adults to Judge Facial Expressions From Photographs (1983)

Posted on Sep 11, 2013 in Developmental Disabilities, Ethology, Presentations, Psychology, Research

The ability of mentally retarded persons to recognize facial expressions is not well known. In the present study, Carroll Izard’s photo recognition technique was applied to a sample of institutionalized mentally retarded adults, with their responses compared to those of nonretarded adults to determine: 1) if retarded adults can identity emotive facial expressions, and, 2) which expressions they can best recognize.

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Preschool Children’s Performance on Two Measures of Emotional Expressiveness Compared to Teacher Ratings (1982)

Posted on May 10, 2013 in Journals, Psychology, Research

©1982, 2013 by Dallas Denny, Lynneda J. Denny, James O. Rust, and Taylor & Francis, Inc. Source: Dallas Denny, Lynneda J. Denny, &...

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Response Deprivation, Reinforcement, and Punishment (1978)

Posted on Apr 2, 2013 in Applied Behavior Analysis, Presentations, Psychology, Research

Dr. Malone was brilliant and a bit of a rascal. Once I let him know I would be late for class on the history of psychology. He okayed it, but when I tiptoed into the the back of the huge classroom he called me out. “Dallas! How nice of you to come!”

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Behavioral Treatment in Gender Dysphoria (1994)

Posted on Oct 25, 2011 in AEGIS, Applied Behavior Analysis, Gender, Magazines, Presentations, Psychology, Tapestry

If you have a bit of imagination you can see this man, this crossdresser, wild-eyed and perspiring from the amphetamines, smelling of vomit, going into cardiac distress. It’s a scene straight out of Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange—but let me remind you that the protagonist in the film brutalized and killed people. Cooper’s patient merely sometimes wore women’s clothing.

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