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Beyond descriptions: selected aspects of science and practice in clinical psychology and personality psychopathology
 
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Submission date: 2018-09-18
Acceptance date: 2018-09-26
Online publication date: 2018-12-19
Publication date: 2018-12-17
 
Current Issues in Personality Psychology 2018;6(4):261–265
 
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EDITORIAL Beyond Descriptions: Selected Aspects of Science and Practice in Clinical Psychology EDITORIAL Beyond Descriptions: Selected Aspects of Science and Practice in Clinical Psychology EDITORIAL Beyond Descriptions: Selected Aspects of Science and Practice in Clinical Psychology EDITORIAL Beyond Descriptions: Selected Aspects of Science and Practice in Clinical Psychology EDITORIAL Beyond Descriptions: Selected Aspects of Science and Practice in Clinical Psychology EDITORIAL Beyond Descriptions: Selected Aspects of Science and Practice in Clinical Psychology EDITORIAL Beyond Descriptions: Selected Aspects of Science and Practice in Clinical Psychology EDITORIAL Beyond Descriptions: Selected Aspects of Science and Practice in Clinical Psychology EDITORIAL Beyond Descriptions: Selected Aspects of Science and Practice in Clinical Psychology EDITORIAL Beyond Descriptions: Selected Aspects of Science and Practice in Clinical Psychology
 
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