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CBT

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CBT

Abbreviation for:
carotid body tumour
childhood brain tumour
Code Blue team
Cognitive Behavioural Therapist (Medspeak-UK)
cognitive behavioural therapy (Medspeak-UK)
cognitive bias test
competency-based training
computer-based training (Medspeak-UK)
cord blood transfusion
cord blood transplant
core body temperature
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CBT

Abbreviation for cognitive behavioral therapy.
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The sixth edition contains new chapters on the concept of intelligence and computer-assisted learning. Curzon is former principal of colleges of further education in Chester and London.
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Banerjee, Cole, Duflo, and Linden present the results of a two-year randomized evaluation of a large-scale remedial education program, conducted in Mumbai and Vadodara, India, along with the preliminary results of a randomized evaluation of a computer-assisted learning program in Vadodara.

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