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FROM CUSTODIAL TO THERAPEUTIC PATIENT CARE IN MENTAL HOSPITALS: EXPLORATIONS IN SOCIAL TREATMENT - MILTON; YORK, RICHARD H.; BROWN, ESTHER LUCILE GREENBLATT

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AUTORA/AUTOR: MILTON; YORK, RICHARD H.; BROWN, ESTHER LUCILE GREENBLATT

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New York 1955. Russell Sage Foundation. 498 pp. 24x16. Tela. Cubiertas algo deslucidas. Texto en inglés. Firma anterior propietario

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