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Adlerbiblio is a unique project created by Dr. Harold Mosak with a purpose of helping Adlerian students, scholars, and practitioners to gain broader exposure to and use of Adlerian literature. The project was completed at Adler University and with a lot of help provided by Dr. Mosak's students. In 2020, to ease an access to Adlerbiblio database and to simplify search, the entire content of Adlerbiblio was transferred to www.adlerpedia.org - a common database for "all things Adlerian". Adler University Center for Adlerian Practice and Scholarship (CAPS) has all the rights and responsibilities for Adlerbiblio database. With questions and comments, please e-mail CAPS Director Dr. Bluvshtein at email@example.com
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