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The relationship between clothing preference, self-concepts and self-esteem

  title={The relationship between clothing preference, self-concepts and self-esteem},
  author={Karla Keogan},
4 Introduction 5 Method 15 Participants 15 Design 15 Materials 15 Procedure 21 Results 23 Discussion 33 References 40 Appendices 45 

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