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American Journal of Community Psychology

, Volume 9, Issue 2, pp 123–164 | Cite as

The 1980 division 27 award for distinguished contributions to community psychology and community mental health: Barbara Snell Dohrenwend and Bruce P. Dohrenwend

  • Bruce P. Dohrenwend
  • Barbara Snell Dohrenwend
  • Joseph Zubin
  • I. Levav
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  • Bruce P. Dohrenwend
  • Barbara Snell Dohrenwend
  • Joseph Zubin
  • I. Levav

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