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At a minimum, recording -- usually on tape, which is now in wide professional use -- brings the psychiatric interview alive so that the full range of emotion and meaning can be explored repeatedly by the therapist or by a battery of therapists.
In one now-historic first interview, for example, the transcript ( reproduced from the book, The First Five Minutes ) goes like this: The therapist's level tone is bland and neutral -- he has, for example, avoided stressing `` you '', which would imply disapproval ; ;
Within the first five minutes of this interview it is apparent to the therapist that `` everybody '' truthfully refers to the woman's husband.
Since the psychiatric interview, like any other interview, depends on communication, it is significant to note that the therapist in this interview was a man of marked skill and long experience.
According to an interview she gave to an Egyptian journalist, her first name was Yvonne, though she is referred to as Yvette in most published references.
Daria is not featured in the newer episodes, but she will make a cameo, according to an August 2011 Rolling Stone interview with Mike Judge.
Later, in a Rolling Stone interview, Mike Judge was asked if Daria is coming back and he said, " No. There's sort of a cameo in one episode.
Dubstep producer Skream, is quoted in an interview with The Independent in September 2011 as saying " The word dubstep is being used by a lot of people and there were a lot of people being tagged with the dubstep brush.
It is precisely from this crudity that the film itself gains a credibility of “ realism .” In an interview with Michael Bliss, De Palma notes “ Black, Baby was rehearsed for almost three weeks ...
Tarantino said-during interview with De Palma, that Blow Out is one of his all time favourite films, and that after watching Scarface he knew how to make his own film.
In January 2010, he stated in an interview that his new film project is called Bruce vs. Frankenstein.
In an interview with Charlie Rose, he stated that " on the books " the US is a net borrower of funds, using those funds to pay for goods and services.
In a 2010 interview with the New Statesman, Lomborg summarized his position on climate change: " Global warming is real – it is man-made and it is an important problem.
That Chaplin was unprepared to remain abroad, or that the revocation of his right to re-enter the United States was a surprise to him, may be apocryphal: An anecdote in some contradiction is recorded during a broad interview with Richard Avedon, celebrated New York portraitist.
On location, there is usually just one camera to film an interview, and it's usually trained on the interviewee.
After the interview, the interviewer will usually repeat his questions while he himself is being filmed, with pauses as they act as if to listen to the answers.
A common motivation for cluster sampling is to reduce the average cost per interview.
In an interview on March 3, 2011, Gerald Casale noted that he is " working on a script for a musical, a Devo musical " that would be aimed towards a live Broadway production.
In a May 2011 interview Enya's manager said that she is working on a new album and will likely tour to support it, with part of the recording taking place in Abbey Road studios in London.
To develop an expert system is to interview an expert and make the system aware of their knowledge.

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This, for obvious reasons, makes their techniques superbly useful in studying the psychiatric interview, so useful, in fact, that they have been successfully used to suggest ways to speed diagnosis and to evaluate the progress of therapy.
The president used to give an interview to members of the press, discussing the situation of the country, recent events and projects for the future.
" The stunt work was mostly performed by the actors themselves and Ang Lee stated in an interview that computers were used " only to remove the safety wires that held the actors ".
In a 1984 interview Bill Joy explained that, at Sun, he used an early desktop publishing program, called Interleaf ;
In March 2006, the New York Times reported that Ashcroft was setting himself up as something of an " anti-Abramoff ", and that in an hour long interview, Ashcroft used the word integrity scores of times.
This approach was used in the Killian documents affair and after Peter Arnett's interview with the Iraqi press.
Curt revealed in an interview that one of the reasons for the album being called Huevos ( meaning ' eggs ' in Spanish ) was because of the multitude of first-takers on the record, as similarly eggs can only be used once.
In a 1999 interview, Miyazaki said, " at this age, I cannot do the work I used to.
In a 2004 interview with The New York Times, playwright Tony Kushner used the term " Moonies " to refer to religious converts who lacked " spiritual liveliness or freedom of thought ".
The term " supply chain management " entered the public domain when Keith Oliver, a consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton, used it in an interview for the Financial Times in 1982.
In another interview, Gilliam also mentioned, in relation to the 9. 8mm Kinoptic lens he had first used on Brazil, that wide-angle lenses make small film sets " look big ".
In a later interview, Weymouth recalled how the group chose the name Talking Heads: " A friend had found the name in the TV Guide, which explained the term used by TV studios to describe a head-and-shoulder shot of a person talking as'all content, no action.
During an interview with author Wilbur Siebert in 1897, Tubman revealed some of the names of helpers and places she used along the Underground Railroad.
Tests such as the DES provide a quick method of screening subjects so that the more time-consuming structured clinical interview can be used in the group with high DES scores.
" However, one of the authors of the cited study, Harold Sackeim, published a large-scale study shortly after this interview concluding that the type of ECT, bilateral sine wave, used in the eight patients receiving the 100 lifetime treatments routinely leads to persistent, global cognitive deficits ( discussed above ).
Ali G was in a series of ads for the 2005 – 06 NBA season, in which he used his brand of off-kilter journalism to interview various NBA stars.
According to an interview conducted in 1989, he explained the reason he wasn't handcuffed was that the policeman driving the car used to be a drummer in a semi-professional band which had supported The Yardbirds on one of its US college tours in the late-1960s.
In a 1974 interview with BBC Radio, Haley said Turner's career was in a slump at this time, so he used his then-considerable influence with Orfeon to get Turner a recording session.
Although Steward and Barnett seemed to be suggesting that anthropology as such should restrict itself to purely academic affairs, people within and without the academy have continued to debate the ways non-anthropologists have used this principle in public policy concerning ethnic minorities or in international relations ( see this interview or this article on cultural relativism and human rights for examples of this debate ).
The story of the choice of these languages is referenced to Burtt's 1989 telephone interview, and many of the used Tibetan phrases translated.
In a PBS interview Prince told Tavis Smiley that he was " born epileptic " and " used to have seizures " when he was young.
Shackleton used his acquaintance with the son to obtain an interview with Longstaff senior, with a view to obtaining a place on the expedition.
In an interview with Robert Bartlett Haas in " A Transatlantic Interview-1946 ", Stein insisted that this work was completely " realistic " in the tradition of Gustave Flaubert, stating the following: " I used to take objects on a table, like a tumbler or any kind of object and try to get the picture of it clear and separate in my mind and create a word relationship between the word and the things seen.
Van Vliet used the ensuing publicity, particularly with a 1970 Rolling Stone interview with Langdon Winner, to promulgate a number of myths which were subsequently quoted as fact.

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