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6. S2011 FC, Clever Hans, and Falsificaition

6. S2011 FC, Clever Hans, and Falsificaition - The Strange...

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The Strange Story of Facilitated Communication And What We Didn’t Learn From Clever Hans
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George Mason University's Broadside Article I am a 28-year- old man with autism. I was born with and still have red hair. It is my most notable feature. I have very little spoken language, although I can say certain words, such as meatballs, chicken, and pony – my nickname for my younger brother. I communicate, like I am doing now, I type, using a method called "Facilitated Communication." It was first used with persons who have significant handicaps and loss of hand use in Australia, in the 1980's, by my great hero: Dr. Rosemary Crossley.
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Many facilitated communications charged various adults with sexual abuse.
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Pediatrics . 1993 Jun;91(6):1190-2. Childhood sexual abuse reported by facilitated communication. Hostler SL , Allaire JH , Christoph RA . Dept of Pediatrics, Children's Medical Center, University of Virginia Health Sciences Center, Charlottesville.
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The problem of abuse is real… but not always
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Psychology’s Social Role: Public Skeptic.
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Policy of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry , approved on October 20, 1993. This policy has been endorsed by the American Academy of Pediatrics as well.
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