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Elaboration, organization, and the selfreference effect in memory.
Williford (Eds.), Consciousness and Selfreference. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
By means of close reading and detailed analysis of the songs concerned, she is able to demonstrate how Beheim's use of selfreference develops and changes during the three phases of his career, how traditional topoi are adapted, and where the boundaries may lie between fact and fictionality.
"To the media-drenched generation of consumers that had tuned out both conventional advertising and conventional art," they offered "metacommentary"--"art that explicated, through irony, camp, iconic reference or selfreference, the commercial itself and the consumer culture of which it was a part."
Ev st Even his most stubborn detractors can't be blind to Chapman's strengths what puts them off is his weakness for interminable selfreference.
Semantic, evaluative, and selfreference processing: Memory, cognitive effort, and somatovisceral activity.
But, a little too much selfreference from the likes of Brough Scott and Sir Peter O'Sullevan aside, this venture is exactly what racing's trade paper should be doing, and we should all support it.
The personal associations in her streamof-consciousness writing meander, but footnotes reveal precise selfreferences. Quite blatantly, the obscure vagueness of the personal sugarcoats an otherwise rather brittle Conceptualism, in which a tear in fact equals a drop of Crystal Clear 202/1 polyurethane.