Psychology of the Mexican: Culture and Personality

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University of Texas Press, 1975 - Psychology - 171 pages
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Comparisons are made with Anglo-Americans in a noted psychologist's essays on the attitudes, values, assumptions, motivations, and dominant family pattern of Mexicans

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The Mental Personal and Social Health of
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