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Elements of Clinical Psychology

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Elements of Clinical Psychology
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Publisher: Sarup & Sons
ISBN/ASIN: 8176255165
ISBN-13: 9788176255165
Number of pages: 276

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Psychology is mainly a study of human behaviour. How human beings behave in different situations, is known by the clinical method. The study of pharmaceuticals is applied to psychology and a very objective and methodical investigation is made and a clinical remedy is applied to the patient.

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