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Throughout this period the Center had informal ties to KU’s Bureau of Child Research, the KU Medical Center’s Long-Term Care Gerontology Center, and its successor, the Center on Aging. D. program unless the Graduate Committee, upon review of the case, finds extenuating reasons to justify such continuation. Contemporary Psychology, 22(12), 933-934. (Review of "Beyond Intellectual Sexism") Peplau, L. Either the choice among theories, methods, and interests seems utterly arbitrary, or the Critical Theorist has some special epistemic claim to survey the domain and make the proper choice for the right reason.

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Publisher: Springer Publishing Company; 1 edition (December 7, 2015)


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