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Assessing the Perceptions of the Use of a Courthouse Facility Dog Program with Child and Youth Witnesses

@inproceedings{Glazer2018AssessingTP,
  title={Assessing the Perceptions of the Use of a Courthouse Facility Dog Program with Child and Youth Witnesses},
  author={Melissa Glazer},
  year={2018}
}
........................................................................................................ii Acknowledgement............................................................................................iii Table of Content..............................................................................................iv List of Tables.................................................................................................vii List of Figures… 

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