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An eye for possibilities in the development of children with cerebral palsy: neurobiology and neuropsychology in a cultural-historical dynamic understanding

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An eye for possibilities in the development of children with cerebral palsy : neurobiology and neuropsychology in a cultural-historical dynamic understanding. / Bøttcher, Louise.

I: Outlines, Nr. 1, 2010, s. 3-23.

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