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  • Publisher: Universidad Simón Bolívar
  • Subject: Perturbación cognitiva y emocional | Anomalous/paranormal experiences | Humanistic group therapy | Terapia grupal humanística | Emotional and cognitive disturbing | Experiencias anómalo/paranormales | Post-efecto | Post-effect therapy

Se presentan los resultados de una investigación que tuvo como objetivos: explorar la utilidad de la terapia grupal para hacer frente a los efectos de las experiencias paranormales y explorar cómo la terapia humanista produce cambios positivos hacia las experiencias anó... View more
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