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Trauma As Exile: Terror, Shame and the Destruction of Certainty

Trauma As Exile: Terror, Shame and the Destruction of Certainty

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The Marriage of EMDR and Ego State Theory in Couples Therapy

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Basic Concepts in Psychology

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Ethical Dilemmas in Providing Forensic Testimony in the Courtroom

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Operant Conditioning

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(A) a Relatively Permanent Change in an Organism S Behavior Due to Experience

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Behavioral and Brain Sciences (2009), 32:530-531 Cambridge University Press

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