Constructing (In)Competence: Disabling Evaluations in Clinical and Social Interaction

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AUTHOR INDEX

A
Abrahams, R., 200, 202
Adelman, H. S., 172n.4
Agar, M., 145
Ainsworth-Vaugh, N., 259, 260
American Psychiatric Association, 30
Anderson, H., 344, 345, 352
Anderson, R., 166n.6
Antaki, C., 274n. 6
Asch, A., 261n.1
Astington, J., 5
Atkinson, J. M., 193, 262
Atwood, J. D., 246
Au, K. H., 198

B
Baber, C. R., 200, 201, 204, 207, 208
Bagshaw, N., 292
Barker, P., 245, 246
Baron-Cohen, S., 30
Barton, E., 269
Bates, E., 36
Beach, W., 281
Beck, B., 245
Bedrosian, J. L., 57
Bellah, R., 138
Bereiter, C., 198
Bernstein-Ellis, E., 334
Bettelheim, B., 252
Beukelman, D., 225
Biber, D., 8
Bierce, A., 125
Birge, J., 149
Black, B., 111, 112
Black, K., 261n.1
Black, M., 245, 246
Bliss, L., 111, 112
Bobkoff, K., 318
Boden, D., 262
Bogdan, R., 78
Boggs, S. T., 198
Braunwald, E., 257
Braverman, M., 30
Brinton, B., 19, 113
Brody, J., 149
Brooks, C. I., 36
Brookshire, R.H., 315
Brown, H. D., 84
Brown, P., 317, 332
Bruner, J., 85-86, 108, 109
Bryan, T., 111, 112
Bryce, J., 126
Button, J., 317
Buzolich, M. J., 70
Byrne, P., 257

C
Calculator, S., 240
Capps, L., 351
Carbaugh, D., 4, 5, 144, 145, 146, 147
Carveth, D. L., 245, 246
Cazden, C. B., 292
Chabon, S. S., 31
Chafe, W., 266n.4
Chen, 113
Chenail, R., 262
Church, M. A., 36
Cicourel, A. V., 171, 193
Cirillo, L., 246, 248
Clark, H., 9, 50-53, 55, 61, 69
Clifford, J., 261n.2
Coie, J., 111, 112
Cole, M., 246
Cole, P. A., 31
Coles, G. S., 172n. 4

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