Social Science Theoretical Foundations for the Representation of Human, Social and Cultural Behavior (panel) [video]
Turnley, Jessica Glicken
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Social Science Theoretical Foundations for the Representation of Human, Social and Cultural Behavior, Part two - Panel Discussion, Facilitated by: Dr. Appleget. Speakers: Dr. Gibbons, Dr. Heath, Dr. McNabb, Dr. D. Strindberg. Dr. Wirtz, Invited speaker: Dr. Jessica Glicken Turnley
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