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Researching psychosexual identity

Jeanette Murphy

Researching psychosexual identity

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Published by Open University in Milton Keynes .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesExperiments in social psychology.
Statementspeakers Jeanette Murphy, Ann Oakley and Robin Oakley, (and), Experiments in social psychology / speakers Marilyn Williams, George Gaskell and Romano Harre.
SeriesSocial psychology, D305 01-03
ContributionsOakley, Ann, 1944-, Oakley, Robin., Williams, Marilyn., Gaskell, George., Harre, Romano.
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Open LibraryOL20713237M


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