Enhancing social communication skills

Parish, Thomas S.; Wicks III, Thomas G.
September 1990
Journal of Instructional Psychology;Sep90, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p119
Academic Journal
Focuses on enhancing the social communication skills of students. Jung's Psychological Types; Internal locus of control; Student characteristics.


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