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Language and the mentally handicapped

Symposium on language and the mentally handicapped (1973 Kidderminster, England)

Language and the mentally handicapped

proceedings of the one day symposium held at Lea Castle Hospital, Kidderminster, 27th November 1973.

by Symposium on language and the mentally handicapped (1973 Kidderminster, England)

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Published by Institute of Mental Subnormality in Kidderminster (Wolverhampton Road, Kidderminster, Worcs., DY10 3PP) .
Written in English


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ContributionsInstitute of Mental Subnormality.
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