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Book Reviews

Personality-Guided Therapy

James W. Lomax

Published: November 30, 2000

Article Abstract

From our regular book review column.

Theodore Millon’s Personality-Guided Therapy will probably be viewed as somewhat of an opus of this singular and prodigious contributor to our understanding of personality and systematic attempts to influence human behavior. With 713 pages of text, expanding to 776 pages including references and index, and a $65.00 quoted cost, the book is hefty in size but moderately priced by contemporary standards.

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Volume: 61

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