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Multivariate Behavioral Research25137–155(1990). The Humanities include languages and literature. Complexity theory and the social sciences: An introduction. Documentation must be received and approved by the program office before award funds are distributed. All rights reserved except the published articles. A comprehensive textbook that addresses all of the topics in a typical introductory course in social research methods. To help facilitate this interchange, we make contact information for each author available on our web site.

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Publisher: Arnold; 3rd Revised edition edition (December 1960)

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