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Caring: what we and those we know may be missing.

By Derek Skea

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A distinguishing feature of Psychology is its rigorous scientific measurement and assessment.\ud This is applied to a diverse range of Psychological phenomenon not least to Service Evaluation, Quality of Life research and:\ud How others are cared fo

Topics: H1, HQ, HT
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.hud.ac.uk:10304

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