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El autor quiere expresar su agradecimiento a los siguientes artistas marciales/trabajadores sociales: B. Bickford, M.S.S.W., D. Coleman, M.S.S.W. and K. Coleman, M.S.S.W. por su critica constructiva a este manuscrito.
Escrito por Brad Binder, Ph.D.