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Prognostic Significance of X-ray Cross-complementing Group 1 T-77C Polymorphism in Resected Non-small Cell Lung Cancer

 

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A group of people who meet regularly and investigate patterns of authority and communication among themselves, as a technique of group therapy and training developed in the 1940s by the Polish/German-born US psychologist Kurt Lewin (1890–1947). Also called a human relations group or a sensitivity training group. Compare encounter group. [An abbreviation of (sensitivity) t(raining) group]

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