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By Norman H. Anderson

ISBN-10: 0805808361

ISBN-13: 9780805808360

the speculation of data integration presents a unified, normal method of the 3 disciplines of cognitive, social, and developmental psychology. every one of those volumes illustrates how the strategies and techniques of this experimentally-grounded concept should be productively utilized to middle difficulties in a single of those 3 disciplines.

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