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This is a Legacy of Psychology Program


Conference Recordings
Presenter(s) John Gunderson, Robert Stolorow, Harold Searles, John Lindon, L. Bryce Boyer, Leonard Gilman, Peter Giovacchini, Arthur Malin
Series Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Legacy of Psychology
Time 6 hours
Year 1981
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