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McDonald, S., Tate, R., Togher, L., Perdices, M., Moseley, A., Winders, K., Schultz, R. & Smith, K. (2006). Short Report – Improving evidence-based practice in rehabilitation: Introducing PsycBITE™. Aphasiology, 20(7), 676-683.
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