Author T. Marks-Tarlow
Terry Marks-Tarlow is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Santa Monica, California. She studies and researches how nonlinear dynamics – including chaos theory, complexity theory, and fractal geometry – apply to human growth and development. She takes special interest in areas related to interpersonal neurobiology, creativity, and clinical intuition.

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Marks-Tarlow T. (2004) Semiotic Seams: Fractal Dynamics of Re-entry. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 11(1): 49–62. Fulltext at
Marks-Tarlow T. (2016) Neither Time nor Causality Is of the Essence. Constructivist Foundations 12(1): 16–17. Fulltext at
Marks-Tarlow T., Robertson R. & Combs A. (2002) Varela and the Uroboros: The Psychological Significance of Reentry. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 9(2): 31–47. Fulltext at
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