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|Review: In a print journal||
Carmody, T. P. (1982). A new look at medicine from the social perspective [Review of the book Social contexts of health, illness, and patient care, by E. G. Mishler, L. R. Amarasingham, S. T. Hauser, R. Liem, S. D.Osherson, & N. E. Waxler]. Contemporary Psychology, 27, 208-209.
|Review: In an electronic journal||
Sheid, G. (2009). Personality matters @ work [Review of the book Personality and intelligence at work: Exploring and explaining individual differences at work, by A. Furnham]. PsycCRITIQUES, 54(1). doi:10.1037/a0013576
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