Special Research Methods for Gerontology (Society and Aging)

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Proceedings of the British Psychological Society Conference, 9(2): 180. You need to reset your browser to accept cookies or to ask you if you want to accept cookies. The effect of commitment to a festival on attitude toward the in-group and out-group: Social Behavior and Personality Vol 31(2) 2003, 181-190. Consistent with the national pattern, early organizational support came from center and training grants of the federal Administration on Aging.

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Publisher: Baywood Pub Co (July 1989)

ISBN: 0895030616

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