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Perspectives Psy
Volume 58, Numéro 2, avril-juin 2019
Page(s) 154 - 163
Section Quelles théories pour penser l’individuel et le collectif ? Intrapsychique et intersubiectivité (II)
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/ppsy/2019582156
Publié en ligne 30 juillet 2019
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