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APsaA's Jourlit and Bookrev databases, originated by Drs.
Stanley Goodman and Vann Spruiell, together constitute a huge
BIBLIOGRAPHY of psychoanalytic journal articles, books, and book
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This database contains articles of
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from the book (Ho, Spinks
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psychological and psychiatric studies.
Finding a paper in Counsel.Lit
"Counsel.Lit" is the Counselling
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abstracts on subjects relating to counselling in primary care. It now
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