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Psychology & Counseling
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    Dorothy M. Jeffree,Roy McConkey
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    Hodder Murray; 2nd edition (April 6, 1998)
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PIP Developmental Charts Loose Leaf – 1 Nov 1976. by Dorothy M. Jeffree (Author), Roy McConkey (Author), R. Mcconkey (Author) & 0 more.

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PIP Developmental Charts. AUTHORS: Dorothy M Jeffree and Roy McConkey Focusing on milestones of development in five main areas, the pip Charts provide a structured framework for observing development and monitoring progress from birth to 5 years.

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