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Equifinality and multifinality in developmental psychopathology

  • Dante Cicchetti (a1) and Fred A. Rogosch (a1)
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Dr. Dante Cicchetti or Dr. Fred A. Rogosch, Mt. Hope Family Center, Univ. of Rochester, 187 Edinburgh St., Rochester, NY 14608.
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