2 edition of portrait of clinical psychology found in the catalog.
portrait of clinical psychology
Dale A. Huey
Written in English
Article from Journal of interprofessional care, Vol.16, No.1, 2002 (pp.69-78).
|Other titles||Journal of interprofessional care.|
|Statement||Dale A. Huey and Peter G. Britton.|
|Contributions||Britton, Peter G.|
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