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Comparative study of social representations of handicapped people in nonhandicapped children attending school with or without handicapped children



Comparative study of social representations of handicapped people in nonhandicapped children attending school with or without handicapped children



Derlin, M M And O Sabouraud Colloque Inserm (Institut National De La Sante Et De La Recherche Medicale), Vol 144 Premier Colloque Cnamts-Inserm: De La Recherche Biomedicale A La Pratique Des Soins; (Inserm (National Institute Of Health And Medical Research) Colloquium, Vol 144 First Colloquium Of The National Health Insurance Trust For Salaried Workers-National Institute For Health And Research: From Biomedical Research to Health Care); Paris, France, November 26-27, 1985 801p Ed




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