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Kazoku shinri gekijō / Minami Hiroshi hen ; Nihon Shinri Sentā, Hayashi Yukinori, Fukuya Tōru cho
家族心理劇場 / 南博編 ; 日本心理センター, 林幸範, 福谷徹著
Bib ID 2146111
Format BookBook
Edition Shohan. 
初版. 
Description Tōkyō : Fō Yū : Hatsubaimoto Nihon Jitsugyō Shuppansha, 1990 
東京 : フォーユー : 発売元日本実業出版社, 1990 
234, [6] pages : illustrations ; 19 cm. 
ISBN 4893760629
Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [238]).

Subjects Families -- Japan.  |  Interpersonal relations.
Other authors/contributors Minami, Hiroshi, 1914-  |  Hayashi, Yukinori, 1951-  |  Fukuya, Tōru, 1956-  |  Nihon Shinri Sentā
南博, 1914-  |  林幸範, 1951-  |  福谷徹, 1956-  |  日本心理センター

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