Pesquisa com criança não é brincadeira

  • Clarisse Potasz Terapeuta Ocupacional, Doutora em Ciencias pela UNIFESP, Neuro-Sono, São Paulo-SP, Brasil.
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Publicado
2015-06-30
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Potasz, C. (2015). Pesquisa com criança não é brincadeira. Revista Neurociências, 23(2), 161-162. https://doi.org/10.4181/RNC.2015.23.02.editorial1007-1013.2p
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