Many colleagues have helped — directly and indirectly — with the publication of this text, and I am indebted to them all.
Much of the material has been reworked from previous journal articles. I am grateful to Baywood Publications (Chapters 2.1 and 4.7), Sage Publications (Chapter 2.4), the British Psychological Society (Chapters 2.12 and 4.4), Elsevier (Chapter 3.7) and Tyrell Burgess Associates (Chapter 4.5) for permission to re-present these ideas.
I am also indebted to Richard Slatcher and James Pennebaker for permission to use examples from an article of theirs to illustrate points made in Chapters 2.4 through to 2.7, and to John Coleman and Andrew Knipe for technical assistance.
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