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by Anchen, J. O
Melbourne : Australian Council for Educational Research, 1956
 
 
by Bachelard, P. Molitor
Melbourne : Melbourne University Press in association with Oxford University Press, 1934
 
 
by Lewis, R. (Ramon), 1946-
Camberwell, Vic. : Australian Council for Educational Research, 1997
 
 
Hawthorn, Vic. : Australian Council for Educational Research, c1989
 
 
by Wilson, Noel
[Victoria] Australian Council for Educational Research [1970]
 
 
by Dunn, S. S. (Sydney Stephen)
Hawthorn, Vic. : Australian Council for Educational Research, 1970
 
 
by Morris, June, 1928-
Melbourne : Australian Council for Educational Research, 1995
 
 
by Schnierer, Irma
Melbourne : Australian Council for Educational Research, 1946
 
 
by Turner, I. S. (Ivan Stewart)
[Carlton] : Published for the Australian Council for Educational Research by Melbourne University Press, 1943
 
 
by Linz, Clive Christopher
[Melbourne] : Melbourne University Press in association with Oxford University Press, 1938
 
 
by Radford, W. C. (William Cropley), 1913-
Melbourne : Australian Council for Educational Research, 1960
 
 
by Morey, Elwyn A. (Elwyn Aisng), 1914-1968
Melbourne : Australian Council for Educational Research, 1945
 
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