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Association for Process Psychology

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Association for Process Psychology
5475 N. Fresno St., Ste. 109
Fresno, CA 93710-8333
United States
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559-435-7835
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559-435-1210
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http://www.processpsychology.org/



Association for Process Psychology

APP was birthed during the 1998 Third International Conference on Whitehead, sponsored by the Center for Process Studies.

The Association for Process Psychology exists to bring together people and institutions who seek to integrate process thought with the field of psychology broadly construed.

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