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Banished Knowledge: Facing Childhood Injuries Paperback – September 1, 1991
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In addition to the one principle she expounds so well, any psychologist can easily think of other principles, causes and conditions that her single-minded hypothesis ignores.
In sum, though Miller states her single-think point exceptionally well, she ignores or sweeps too much else under the rug.
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