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Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry seeks to raise the level of scientific knowledge and ethical discourse, while empowering professionals who are devoted to principled human sciences and services unsullied by professional and economic interests.

Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry was previously published as Ethical Human Sciences and Services.

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

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