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Adjustment to physical handicap and illness

Roger G. Barker

Adjustment to physical handicap and illness

a survey of the social psychology of physique and disability

by Roger G. Barker

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Published by Social Science Resrach Council in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Roger G.Barker in collaboration with Beatrice A. Wright, Lee Meyerson, Mollie R. Gonick.
SeriesBulletin -- 55
ContributionsSocial Science Research Council (U.S.)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20656862M

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Title(s): Adjustment to physical handicap and illness; a survey of the social psychology of physique and disability,by Roger G. Barker, in collaboration with Beatrice A. Wright [and others]. Edition: Rev. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York, Social Science Research Council [c] Description: xvi, p.

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