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By John W. Berry, Janak Pandey, Ype H. Poortinga

A part of a suite containing the contributions of authors from numerous countries, cultures, traditions and views, this quantity deals an up to date evaluation of theoretical advancements and methodological concerns within the rapidly-evolving sector of cross-cultural psychology.

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At the same time, he resented his parents for having forced him to study at the university in Edinburgh. He had briefly tried to convince them to send him to England, but Thomas knew that he would have lost Louis for certain if he had let him have that long a leash. So he wandered the befogged city streets of Auld Reekie, hanging over the North Bridge and watching with wistful regret the whistling trains head south without him. He wrote to Bob that his life was “one repression from beginning to end” (Letter 72).

The Colinton home with its natural beauty, the surging river at the bottom of its slope, and the constant games of play and fantasy released something in Stevenson that in force was equal to, if not greater, than the force of his early Calvinistic torments. So, in tracing the origins of his personality and art, and in defining the critical script that articulates these origins, we necessarily must add ↓ Travel into Nature—​Engagement with the Forces of Wind and Water—​As Imaginative Releases from Illness and Constraint The energy and release that he drew from the natural world extended from his time to Colinton to his adolescent years when his parents rented a cottage in Swanston, just a few miles further from town and nestled in the Pentland Hills.

Trudeau (great-​grandfather of Doonesbury cartoonist, Gary Trudeau), at Saranac Lake in the Adirondacks, produced a negative test for the bacillus. If Stevenson was not a tuberculosis sufferer, then what really caused his astonishing range of ailments?  R. Callahan offered one possibility. Osler-​ Rendu-​Weber syndrome, or hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia (HHT), is a genetic disease of the blood vessels, affecting both the capillaries and larger veins and arteries of the body. Weakening and causing malformations in the vessels, its defining symptoms are nosebleeds, ruptured veins near the surface of the skin, coughing-​up blood, gastric ulcers, and cerebral hemorrhage.

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