Human behavior: a perspective for the helping professions

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Longman Publishers, 1996 - Psychology - 240 pages
Human Behavior, 4/e helps students integrate and utilize a broad range of knowledge necessary for human service assessment and intervention. It reviews basic social, biological, psychological, and cultural concepts as they relate to shaping human behavior

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Contents

HUMAN BEHAVIOR AND EFFECTIVE
1
Issues in Selecting Knowledge
11
Acquisition Integration and Application
21
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Monty Berger currently resides in Westmont, Quebec. Brian Jeffrey Street, a documentary filmmaker and journalist, lives in Ottawa.

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