Use google for transcription

Update: Nov 5th, 2013

By Laura Naumann

After experimenting with several search engines, I have remained loyal to Google for years.  One of the main reasons for this is the Google suggest feature.  As you type into the search box Googlesuggest actually guesses what you are typing and offers suggestions in real time.  For unfamiliar terms and hard to spell words you need only type in the first letter before Google starts offering suggestions.  Additional letters help narrow down the search.  Google suggest for transcription can often replace visiting actual reference sites.

Of course sometimes what you are looking for has an odd spelling.  I run across this a lot with terms that are named after a person (eponyms,) when sometimes you are not even sure of the first letter.  Because of this I have included lists of eponymous diagnoses and eponymous terms frequently used in assessments for assistance.

Tip #1 – Use Google

After experimenting with several search engines, I have remained loyal to Google for years.  One of the main reasons for this is the Google suggest feature.  As you type into the search box Googlesuggest actually guesses what you are typing and offers suggestions in real time.  For unfamiliar terms and hard to spell words you need only type in the first letter before Google starts offering suggestions.  Additional letters help narrow down the search.  Google suggest for transcription can often replace visiting actual reference sites. 

Of course sometimes what you are looking for has an odd spelling.  I run across this a lot with terms that are named after a person (eponyms,) when sometimes you are not even sure of the first letter.  Because of this I have included lists of eponymous diagnoses and eponymous terms frequently used in assessments for assistance.

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