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So after watching above mentioned video, I thought, "Hey, now that you finally own some device that is capable of recording HD-video, let´s see if you can build something "alike" within a few minutes and only with materials you can find in your household...".
So in the next steps you can see what I came up with.
Simply stated, it is a lack of words for feelings (Buchanan, Waterhouse, & West, 1980); more complexly stated, it is defined as having “difficulty identifying and describing feelings, difficulty distinguishing between feelings and bodily sensations, a lack of imaginative ability, and a focus on the external world rather than internal feelings” (Nemiah & Sifneos, 1970; Nemiah, Freyberger, & Sifneos, 1976; Marty & de M’Uzan, 1963, as cited in Hendryx, Haviland, & Shaw, 1991, pp. The Children’s Alexithymia Measure has a unidimensional factor structure and measures difficulties expressing feelings.
Way, I., Applegate, B., Cai, X., Kimball-Franck, L., Black-Pond, C., Yelsma, P., Roberts, E., Hyter, Y., & Muliett, M. Children’s Alexithymia Measure (CAM): A new instrument for screening difficulties with emotional expression.
", "top": 0.48668280871670705, "height": 0.26392251815980627, "width": 0.18870967741935485, "id": "NYC4U44HF23Y6BY", "left": 0.43548387096774194}]' data-orig-height="2048" data-orig-width="3072" data-pin-no-hover="true"/Recently I watched this impressive video: I´m not really into taking videos or making movies, but all those professional or DIY solutions to build a steady-cam thingy or camera gimbal which I stumbled upon in the last years were always fascinating.Journal of Child and Adolescent Trauma, 3, 303-318.The Children’s Alexithymia Measure (CAM) is designed to be completed by a parent or other caregiver who has known the child for some time. The CAM is in the public domain and may be used in its entirety, fully citing the authors. The CAM is in the public domain and may be used in its entirety, fully citing the authors.Scoring directions: Add the score for each of the 14 items, to obtain a total score.Interpretation: Higher scores indicate increasing levels of behaviors associated with alexithymia.