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This e-book contains the lawsuits of the ecu organization for Behavioural and Cognitive treatment convention held in Venice in September 1997 and is devoted to the reminiscence of Hans Eysenck. The EACBT convention offers a unprecedented chance for a variety of clinicians and researchers from in every single place Europe and the USSR to return jointly, leading to a hugely topical and beneficial diversity of medical presentations. Read more...

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