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The Handbook of Clinic Practice is a major surviving document that shows Dr. Kelly's early development as a clinician. The Handbook began as a guide for bachelor and master level students working in the Clinc. This was a major teaching tool for Dr. Kelly during his years at Fort Hays Kansas State College. It represents his early position regarding behavior in a clinical setting, and also provides a glimpse of the immense variety and scope of Dr. Kelly's talents.
Fort Hays State University
Science 3rd Series
Library Call Number
LD2651 .K4ks F67 3rd ser no.6 1985
Kelly, George A.; Jackson, Thomas T.; Zelhart, Paul F.; and Markley, Robert P., "The Handbook of Clinic Practice" (1985). Fort Hays Studies Series. 49.