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Beyond Crazy: Journeys Through Mental Illness

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Any apparent similarity between pictures and two-dimensional array data structures is, according to Pylyshyn, no more than an artifact of the way we customarily present such arrays on paper (or screen) for the benefit of human eyes. Additionally, the practicum students are invited to participate in monthly counselor and school psychologist meetings and professional development. Failure to complete all required parts of the application will delay its review.

Pages: 304

Publisher: McClelland & Stewart (June 22, 2011)

ISBN: B0055PGW2U

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