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Aging and Mental Disorder in San Francisco a Social (The Langley Porter Institute Studies of Aging)
Marjorie Fiske Lowenthal
by Proquest Info & Learning
Written in English
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Author(s): Lowenthal,Marjorie Fiske; Berkman,Paul L Title(s): Aging and mental disorder in San Francisco, a social psychiatric study [by] Marjorie Fiske Lowenthal [and] Paul L.
Berkman and associates: Gerald G. Brissette [et al.]. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: San Francisco, Jossey-Bass, Description: xix, p.
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