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Wechsler Memory Scale paired-associate learning in discrimination of brain-damaged and non-brain-damaged psychiatric patients



Wechsler Memory Scale paired-associate learning in discrimination of brain-damaged and non-brain-damaged psychiatric patients



Perceptual and Motor Skills 39(1): 227-230




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DOI: 10.2466/pms.1974.39.1.227


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