1 edition of Integration and conflict in family behavior found in the catalog.
Integration and conflict in family behavior
|Statement||formulated by the Committee on the Family, Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry.|
|Series||Report -- v. VI, no. 27A., Report (Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry) -- no. 27A.|
|Contributions||Kluckhohn, Florence Rockwood., Spiegel, John P. 1911-, Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry. Committee on the Family.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 919-986 ;|
|Number of Pages||986|
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