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maintained by Jörn
behalf of the Executive Committee of the Australasian
Personal Construct Group.
pages on this site
are copyright © Jörn
2006. - The
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- Green and gold as
used in the
frames of this web site, are the official Australian
colours since 1984 (inspired by the national floral emblem, the Golden Wattle,
see more here).
the (unofficial) national bird of Australia is the Emu (also
represented in the
Australian Coat of Arms, together with the Kangaroo), the
Pelican (see top bar) is
even more ubiquitous; it may be seen
anywhere in Australia where conditions are suitable (Photos © Jörn
PCT Logo was originally designed by
Costigan for the Australasian Personal Construct Group as
a black-and-white acronym PCP, incorporating stylised didgeridoos and
The new version (by © Jörn
Scheer, see top bar above)
employs real didgeridoos, boomerangs, and clap sticks - musical
instruments and tools used by Australian Aboriginal people. The
background colour represents the "Red Heart" of Australia.
panorama and the other Brisbane
Coast beach photos: ©
photo of George Kelly
reproduced by permission of Jacqueline Aldridge Kelly.
icon in the bottom bar is public