Journal of IiME Volume 2 Issue 2 www.investinme.org P Plluuss ççaa cchhaannggee,, pplluuss cc’’eess tt llaa mmêêmmee cchhoossee ( (ccoonn tt ii nnuueedd )) 2/ Hippocrates, “Regimen in Acute Diseases” in Loeb Classical Library Vol II, 1923. 3/ Sir JH Biggart, “Cnidos v. Cos” Ulster Medical Journal 41, Winter 1971. 4/ Ian Hacking, “The Social Construction of What?” pp 62-3 Harvard U. Press, 1999. 5/ NICE Clinical Guideline 53, on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, Aug 2007. 6/ Benjamin H. Natelson “Your Symptoms are Real”, John Wiley 2008. 7/Thomas Sydenham “Medical Observations Concerning the History and Cure of Acute Diseases”, Preface to the 3rd edition- sections 5-20 “The Works of Thomas Sydenham tr. R.G. Latham. Vol 1, printed in London for the Sydenham Society, 1979. 8/ A.N. Whitehead, “Symbolism” see Chap 2, Capricorn Books, N.Y. 1959 9/Bent Flyvbjerg, “Making Social Science Matter” pp55-65 Cambridge U Press,2001. 10/ Albert Borgmann, “Technology and the Character of Contemporary Life” chaps. 5,12,21-23. 11/ Susan A Gelman, “The Essential Child”, esp. chap 11. Oxford U Pre3ss 2003. 12/work of Michotte and Tanley, described in Stephen Pinker “The Stuff of Thought “ pp208233, Penguin, 2007. 13/ see 6/, p47, and Introduction to DSM-IVTR, American Psychiatric Association, 2000. 14/ B.M. Carruthers, et al “Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Clinical Working Case Definition, Diagnostic and Treatment Protocols”, JCFS, No. 1, 2003, pp 7-115. 15. L. Talmy, “Force Dynamics in Language and Cognition”, in L.Talmy, ed. “Concept Sructuring Systems”, MIT Press, 2000. 16/ The primary research definitions in use Invest in ME (Charity Nr. 1114035) have been the CDC Holmes and the Fukuda plus a revision, the Oxford, and now the NICE definition, the last of which has been claimed to be a clinical definition, but still retains the form of the previous research definitions for the most part. 17/ Michael Wheeler, “Reconstructing the Cognitive World” MIT Press, 2005, see section on Cartesian psychology. 18/J. Scott Kelso and David A. Engstrom, “The Complementary Nature” MIT Press, 2006, movement 2. 19/ Daniel J. Siegel, “The Mindful Brain” WW Norton, 2007- see pp20-21 on the difference between mindfulness- based instruction and ordinary means of cognitive therapy based on cognitive skills training for chronic depression. 20/ John Ruscio, Nick Haslam, and Ayelet Meron Ruscio “ Introduction to the Taxometric Method”, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2006. 21/ Nick Haslam, “Psychiatric Categories as Natural Kinds: Essentialist Thinking about Mental Disorder” Social Research, winter, 2000. 22/ W. Ross Ashby “ Design for a Brain” chapter 6 on parameters, Science Paperbacks, Chapman and Hall, Ltd, 1960. 23 Sir William Osler, “The Principles and Practice of Medicine” Appleton, N.Y and London, 1914. 24/ H. Kornblith, “Inductive Inference and its Natural Ground” MIT Press, 1993. 25/ Walter J. Freeman, “Consciousness, Intentionality, and Causality” quoting D. Davidson on P 74 in “Does Consciousness Cause Behavior” ed. Susan Pockett, William P Banks and Shaun Gallagher, MIT Press, 2006. 26/ attributed to Osler, see ref. 23, but I could not find the source in his voluminous writings. Page 32/74

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