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  • Do Art Tasks Enhance the Clinical Supervision of Counselors-in-Training? 

    Bowman, Denine Rachelle (Virginia Tech, 2003-06-18)
    <body bgcolor="#FFFFFF"> <p align="center">(ABSTRACT) </p> <p>Creative supervision interventions are suggested to be supportive of mental health supervisees' professional development. Yet, empirical evidence of the ...
  • Envisioning the Mind: Children's Representations of Mental Processes 

    Rice, Rebekah R. (Virginia Tech, 1990-03-14)
    Inspired by writings on creativity and by Howard Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences, I conducted a series of ten "exercises"- each of them a guided visualization followed by an opportunity to produce art - with ...
  • Envisioning the Mind: Children's Representations of Mental Processes 

    Rice, Rebekah R. (Virginia Tech, 1990-03-14)
    Inspired by writings on creativity and by Howard Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences, I conducted a series of ten "exercises" -- each of them a guided visualization followed by an opportunity to produce -- with nine- ...
  • Markov Chains as Tools for Jazz Improvisation Analysis 

    Franz, David Matthew (Virginia Tech, 1998-04-23)
    This thesis describes an exploratory application of a statistical analysis and modeling technique (Markov chains) for the modeling of jazz improvisation with the intended subobjective of providing increased insight into ...