DOI: 10.1177/026455057602300107
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Abstract: 20 ment. The reason seems to be that brief but more concentrated intervention can be more effective than a longer'but more diluted version. In some respects it is akin to comparing a ton of bricks with a ton of feathers; although the volume is different the overall weight is the same. The after-effects of being bombarded with a ton of bricks, moreover, would be more lasting than the same experience with an equal weight of feathers; Reid and Shyne go on to relate that from their own study, plus other works, the… Show more

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