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Academic journal article et Cetera

Letters to the Editor

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Dear Editor:

In light of the Spring issue's article on autism, I should let you know that I have an autism-related condition called Asperger's syndrome (as does my husband).

We recently gave a joint presentation on Asperger's at a large local conference dealing with autism, and my part of the presentation did mention some helpful mental strategies for dealing with this condition in oneself or others (e.g., one's children/students). Some of the mental strategies I described (and some of the strategies used by others who presented at the conference) "just happen" to make sense in terms of general semantics, and/or to relate to/derive from GS (though I didn't find any opening for saying so at that particular event - I didn't want to get into terminology and "buzzwords" from an unfamiliar field, but I did teach some things - things that "just happen" to exist within GS - as helpful teaching-techniques for compensating for this and related conditions).

KATE GLADSTONE

ALBANY, NY

Dear Editor:

For what it's worth, I wrote the article, "Leadership, Shared Meaning, and Semantics" (Fall 2002 ETC), using E-Prime. …

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