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The Dynamics of Personal Adjustment.

by Lehner and Kube

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New Jersey:: Prentice Hall,, 1964. Second Edition. Cloth. Very Good/no DJ. pen inscription on ffep, leaves yellowed

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Title
The Dynamics of Personal Adjustment.
Author
Lehner and Kube
Format/Binding
Cloth
Book Condition
Used - Very Good/no DJ
Edition
Second Edition
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Prentice Hall,
Place of Publication
New Jersey:
Date Published
1964
Bookseller catalogs
Psychology and Self Help;

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