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2 edition of Inside a sensitivity training group. found in the catalog.

Inside a sensitivity training group.

Irving R. Weschler

Inside a sensitivity training group.

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Published by Institute of Industrial Relations in Los Angeles .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesIndustrial relations monographs / University of California, Los Angeles, Institute of Industrial Relations -- 4
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13765605M

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Just work in your own timeframe and you will be fine. Imagine having vast amounts of information floating around in your head but no direct way to access it or express No way to sort it out or use it in any clearly defined way. This process can lead to better or worse results depending upon the development of the Empath.

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