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Blackburn, R., Logan, C., Donnelly, J., & Renwich, S. (2003). Presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association. He did not charge an additional fee for the after-hour activity, but did require her to pay the dinner bill. This fund provides resources to support the Department of Psychology. Such services help to promote healthier emotional development, social participation, and the ability to talk about and understand feelings in a safe, confidential setting.

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