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Leopold Bellak (1916–2000) was an psychologist, psychoanalyst, and psychiatrist who pioneered the famous Children's Apperception Test CAT). He also collaborated on the Thematic Apperception Test. (TAT) on clinical psychological assessments, and pioneered the discovery of ADHD (Attention Deficit) as being a genetic disorder.. Dr. Bellak created the 67 year old publishing house, CPS Publishing LLC. www,cpspublishinginc.com.

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