|The Case for Pragmatic Psychology|
Fishman has written one of the most important books for psychology and the
human/social/behavioral sciences that I've read in a long time."
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THE CASE FOR PRAGMATIC PSYCHOLOGY
-- Irwin Altman
-- Ronald B. Miller
-- Donald R. Peterson
-- Donald E. Polkinghorne
-- Louis A. Sass
-- Stephen Toulmin
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