Clinical psychologists’ views and experiences of touch in therapy

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Sheret, Laura;
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The importance and function of touch has been of interest to philosophers and scientists over many centuries. Research has uncovered remarkable neurobiological processes linking touch to enhanced physical, cognitive and social development. Conversely, the devastating ef... View more
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    CHAPTER THREE: RESULTS .................................................................................................. 101 1.2. FIGURE 1-2. DIAGRAMMATIC SUMMARY OF SYSTEMATIC REVIEW PROCESS.................................................................................................... 30 1.3. FIGURE 2-1. HOOD (2007) CONCEPTUALISATION OF THE GROUNDED THEORY PROCESS .................................................................................... 90 1.5. FIGURE 3-2. DIAGRAMMATIC SUMMARY OF CATEGORY ONE - INDIVIDUAL CHARACTERISTICS............................................................ 105 1.6. FIGURE 3-3. DIAGRAMMATIC SUMMARY OF CATEGORY TWO - MEANING OF TOUCH............................................................................... 116 1.9. FIGURE 4-1: DEVELOPMENTAL MODEL OF 'SAFE-UNCERTAINTY' BASED ON MASON (1993)....................................................................... 162

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