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UIT or Not UIT? That Is Not the Only Question

  • Douglas H. Reynolds (a1), Laurie E. Wasko (a1), Evan F. Sinar (a1), Patrick H. Raymark (a2) and Joseph A. Jones (a1)...

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E-mail: doug.reynolds@ddiworld.com, Address: Development Dimensions International, 1225 Washington Pike, Bridgeville, PA 15017

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