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 Does participation in communication skills training increase student levels of communicated empathy?

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Publication: A controlled outcome study. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 11(1/2), 139 - 157.
Authors:   Nerdrum, P., & Lundquist, K.
Date:    (1995)
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Nerdrum, P., & Lundquist, K. (1995). Does participation in communication skills training increase student levels of communicated empathy? A controlled outcome study. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 11(1/2), 139 - 157.

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