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CARL SANDSTROM WHAT DO WE PERCEIVE IN PERCEIVING?
JAMES SCOTT PSYCHOLOGICAL NEED AND HOUSING DESIGN 79
BRYAN LAWSON OPEN AND CLOSED ENDED PROBLEM SOLVING IN ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
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