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Cognitive Therapy of Depression [Paperback]

Aaron T. Beck MD , A. John Rush MD , Brian F. Shaw Phd , Gary Emery
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Some authorities have estimated that at least 12% of the adult population have had or will have an episode of depression of sufficient clinical severity to warrant treatment (Schuyler and Katz, 1973). Read the first page
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