stability of general practitioner verbal behaviour in the surgery-based consultation
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Published by The author] in [s.l .
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Thesis (D. Phil.) - New University of Ulster, 1979.

StatementBarrie Ernest Laidlaw-Long.
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Open LibraryOL13872748M

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