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Light Already Defines the Darkness: Understanding Normal and Maladaptive Personality in the Workplace

  • Neil D. Christiansen (a1), Stuart W. Quirk (a1), Chet Robie (a2) and Frederick L. Oswald (a3)
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E-mail: chris1nd@cmich.edu, Address: Department of Psychology, Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, MI 48858
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