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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 27, Number 1, 2 January 2014

Personal Construct Psychology, Radical Constructivism, and Social Constructionism: A Dialogue
pp. 1-13(13)
Authors: Efran, Jay S.; McNamee, Sheila; Warren, Bill; Raskin, Jonathan D.

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Psychosocial Implications of Foreign Accent Syndrome: Two Case Examples
pp. 14-30(17)
Authors: DiLollo, Anthony; Scherz, Julie; Neimeyer, Robert A.

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Implicative Dilemmas and Symptom Severity in Depression: A Preliminary and Content Analysis Study
pp. 31-40(10)
Authors: Feixas, Guillem; Montesano, Adrián; Erazo-Caicedo, Maria I.; Compañ, Victoria; Pucurull, Olga

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The Narrative Model of Therapeutic Change: An Exploratory Study Tracking Innovative Moments and Protonarratives Using State Space Grids
pp. 41-58(18)
Authors: Bento, Tiago; Ribeiro, António P.; Salgado, João; Mendes, Inês; Gonçalves, Miguel M.

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Maintenance of the Effects of Cognitive Behavioral and Relational Constructivist Psychotherapies in the Treatment of Women with Postpartum Depression: A Randomized Clinical Trial
pp. 59-68(10)
Authors: Pinheiro, Ricardo Tavares; Botella, Lluis; de Avila Quevedo, Luciana; Pinheiro, Karen Amaral Tavares; Jansen, Karen; Osório, Camila Moreira; Herrero, Olga; da Silva Magalhães, Pedro Osório Vieira; Farias, Augusto Duarte; da Silva, Ricardo Azevedo

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Engaging Ethics
pp. 69-73(5)
Author: Schirm, Julia R. L.

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Stephanie Lewis-Harter, 1954–2013
pp. 74-75(2)
Authors: Neimeyer, Robert A.; Raskin, Jonathan D.; Sewell, Kenneth W.

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