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The ABS guide to recent publications in the social and behavioral sciences
Bib ID 2290614
Format BookBook
Uniform Title American behavioral scientist
Description New York, 1965 
xxi, 781 pages 24 cm. 
Notes

"Carries the monthly New studies citations which appeared in back issues of the American behavioral scientist practically to the end of 1964. Subsequent citations can be followed in the monthly issues of the American behavioral scientist or in the ABS' New studies section which is published separately each month."

Updated by annual supplement.

Subjects Social sciences -- Bibliography.

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