Iconography of Mental Retardation - Iconography of Mental Retardation Tape 1 (Part 1)

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Abstract/Description: A recording of Wolf Wolfensberger speaking at the Wolfensberger's doctoral-level seminar on Mental Retardation in Syracuse, New York. The talk is titled "Iconography of Mental Retardation."

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