Counseling, Development and Higher Education

Child Development, EDCD = 0518

Counselor Education, EDSS = 0510

Higher Education, EDHE = 0550

Human Development and Family Studies, EDHD = 0522

Child Development, EDCD = 0518

4140. School-Age Child Care Programs. 3 hours. The components in before and after school child care and related programs that are developmentally appropriate and benefit children aged 5 through 12 are explored. These include planning, implementing, and evaluating activities, facilities, programs, staff, budgets, and other aspects necessary providing health services for children.

4160. Family Life Education. 3 hours. The practice and process of family life education and training of professionals in the child development and family field. Curriculum, and program development and evaluation. Teaching strategies and professional responsibilities. Prerequisite(s): EDCD 2010 and 3000.

4500. School-Age and Adolescent Development. 3 hours. Theories and characteristics of the development of school-age children and adolescents. Effects of family, school, community, and other factors on development. Some observation required.

4510. Guidance of Children and Youth. 3 hours. Focus on guidance and management that is developmentally appropriate for children from birth through adolescence. Research-based, cross-cultural, with practical applications and case studies.

4550. Transitions in Family Living and Work. 3 hours. The effects of family living and work performance throughout the life cycle are considered. Selected skills are offered and/or practiced to enhance a better balance between family roles and the job.

4590. Preprimary Curriculum, Organization and Management. 4 hours. (3;3) Developmentally appropriate practice in the education and care of young children including learning environment, curriculum planning and organization. Practical training in appropriate guidance and teaching techniques during two hours per week in the UNT Child Development Laboratory in addition to three hours per week in class. Prerequisite(s): EDCD 3320, 4510 (CD majors) or EDEC 3350 (Option IV).

4600. Prepracticum. 1 hour. Professional seminar interrelates theoretical concepts with work experience. Professionalism, ethics, and problem solving are emphasized.

4601. Practicum I. 3 hours. The practicum requires a minimum of 150 clock hours of experience with children and/or families, plus one-hour weekly seminars and conference times. Students must have senior status and meet with an adviser the previous semester for approval of practicum site. Prerequisite(s): EDCD 4600.

4602. Practicum II. 3 hours. The practicum requires a minimum of 150 clock hours of experience with children and/or families, plus one-hour weekly seminars and conference times. Students must have senior status and meet with an adviser for approval the previous semester of practicum site. Prerequisite(s): EDCD 4600.

4610. Community Resources Related to Children and Families. 3 hours. Analyzing community resources and needs as related to the family life cycle; ecological approach; home, school and community collaboration; exploration of careers related to children and families. 15 hours a semester in field work arranged. Same as EDEE 5570.

4620. Administration of Programs for Children, Youth and Families. 3 hours. Analysis of programs, personnel policies, facility administration and related topics for teachers and administrators who work with children, youth and families. Prerequisite(s): course in child development.

4800. Studies in Child Development. 3 hours. Organized classes for specific program needs and student interests. Prerequisite(s): consent of department. Limited-offering basis. May be repeated for credit.

Counselor Education, EDSS = 0510

4610. Appraisal Techniques. 3 hours. Principles, concepts, procedures of appraisal, and utilizing tests and non-test instruments and techniques. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 3610, 3620, 3630 and 3640, or consent of department.

4620. Interpersonal Skills in Helping Relationships and Addictions Counseling. 3 hours. Didactic and experiential training in interpersonal relationships; analysis and application of effective counseling activities. Special emphasis placed on chemical abuse counseling. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 3610, 3620, 3630 and 3640, or consent of department.

4630. Counseling Associate Practicum I. 3 hours. Laboratory experience to acquaint counseling associates with agency organization and administrative structure; policies and procedures; community involvement and referral agencies. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 4610 and 4620, and a 2.75 grade point average.

4640. Counseling Associate Practicum II. 3 hours. Laboratory experience under supervision of qualified agency counselors; development of specific proficiencies of the counseling associate to assist professional counselors in specific work setting. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 4610 and 4620, and a 2.75 grade point average.

5000. Filial Therapy. 3 hours. Training parents to be therapeutic agents in their children's lives through the utilization of play therapy skills in regularly scheduled parent-child structured play sessions in their own homes. How to train parents in the overall principles and methodology of client-centered play therapy is addressed. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 5700 or consent of instructor.

5300. Counseling in the Community Agency. 3 hours. Didactic and experiential training to prepare the community-oriented counselor for work with service, welfare, health and charitable organizations and agencies that require unique counseling expertise. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 5680 and 5710, or consent of department.

5400. Planning and Organizing Comprehensive Career Guidance Programs. 3 hours. A study of the purposes and functions of a comprehensive career development program; components of a comprehensive career guidance program; techniques for providing comprehensive career guidance programs to junior high, middle school, secondary and adult students. (Same as ATTD 5400).

5410. History and Current Trends in Comprehensive Career Counseling Programs. 3 hours. This course will provide an overview of the history of career counseling. Special attention will be focused upon current trends in the field of comprehensive career counseling. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 5680 and 5710.

5420. Vocational Student Identification, Placement and Follow-up. 3 hours. A focus on the process of identification and assessment of learner's interests and aptitudes; various instruments, methods and techniques used in assessment are examined. Particular emphasis is given to special needs learners, including at-risk youth and other targeting populations.

5470. Career Development and Information Resources. 3 hours. Survey of career development, guidance and counseling with emphasis on the occupational, career and educational information service.

5550. Introduction to Biofeedback in Counseling. 3 hours. Introduction to the use of biofeedback technology for the control of psychophysiological functions. The course will cover basic principles of psychophysiological self-regulation and mind-body interaction, basic biofeedback systems and instrumentation, treatment applications, professional conduct, and personal experience using biofeedback. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 5680 and 5710, or consent of instructor.

5560. Practicum in Biofeedback. 3 hours. Experiential training and practice utilizing biofeedback interventions and instrumentation in counseling. The course will require personal experience in using therapeutic biofeedback methods for self and others. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 5550 or consent of instructor.

5561. Advanced Practicum in Biofeedback. 3 hours. Experiential training and practice utilizing biofeedback and neurofeedback interventions and instrumentation in counseling settings. The course will require personal experience in using therapeutic biofeedback and neurofeedback methods for self and others. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 5550, 5560 or consent of instructor. Offered once per year.

5570. Teachers as Human Relations Facilitators. 3 hours. Emphasis on methodological approaches and activities designed to develop the ability to facilitate interpersonal relations in the classroom.

5580. Parent and Family Counseling. 3 hours. The application of family systems theory to the study of family dynamics, family development and the resolution of family conflicts. A combination of didactic and experiential methods is used. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 5680 and 5710, or consent of department.

5590. Marriage Counseling. 3 hours. The application of relationship counseling theory to the study of individual development, interpersonal relationships, marital systems and conflict resolution. A combination of didactic and experiential methods is used. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 5680 and 5710, or consent of department.

5600. Guidance in Secondary Schools. 3 hours. Principles and practices of guidance in the secondary school related to the curriculum, guidance services and the guidance program. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 5680 and 5710, or consent of department.

5610. Drug and Addiction Education for Counselors. 3 hours. Principles and practices of drug and addiction education and abuse prevention with special application to the functions of counselors. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 5680 and 5710.

5660. Pre-Practicum in Counseling. 3 hours. A competency-based pre-practicum with experiential emphasis. The student is required to demonstrate proficiency in counseling concepts and techniques before proceeding to EDSS 5690. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 5680 and 5710 and 15 additional hours in counselor education, or consent of department.

5670. Developmental Processes and Strategies. 3 hours. Principles and practices of human development as they relate to counseling processes and strategies. Opportunity for practical application of strategies is provided.

5680. Counseling Theories and Techniques. 3 hours. A study of selected theories and techniques of counseling as they apply to normal and abnormal human behavior. Course should be taken concurrently with EDSS 5710.

5690. Practicum in Counseling. 3 hours. Provides actual counseling experience with a variety of clients and problems. Prerequisite(s): all required degree courses in counselor education except EDSS 5720. Students who take the practicum in counseling during the summer must enroll for both terms. The second-term enrollment will be in EDSS 5900.

5700. Introduction to Play Therapy. 3 hours. Enhancing the counseling relationship with children by utilizing play media to facilitate expression, self-understanding, and personal growth and development. Observation of and supervised experience in play
therapy with children are an integral part of the course. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 5670, 5680 and 5710, or consent of instructor.

5710. Introduction to Counseling Theories and Techniques. 3 hours. Required upon first resident registration in program for master's degree. The course focuses on professional orientation, selected theories and techniques of counseling as they apply to normal and abnormal behavior, and self-awareness through individual and group counseling. Degree plans are developed. Course should be taken concurrently with EDSS 5680.

5720. Practicum II: Field Experience. 3 hours. Supervised experience in counseling, guidance or personnel work in schools, colleges or agencies. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 5690. Students who take Practicum II during the summer must enroll for both terms. The second-term enrollment will be in EDSS 5900.

5721. Practicum III: Field Experience. 3 hours. Supervised experience in counseling, guidance, or personnel work in schools, colleges or agencies. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 5720.

5730. Appraisal in Adolescent and Adult Counseling. 3 hours. Study of appraisal concepts and various instruments, methods and techniques that may be used to assess the strengths, limitations and behavioral patterns of individual clients. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 5680 and 5710 and EDER 5210, or consent of department.

5740. Group Counseling Theories and Procedures. 3 hours. Group dynamics and major approaches to group guidance and counseling with emphasis on how to start a group counseling program, how to counsel effectively with groups and how to evaluate results. Development of skills of group membership, leadership and working with groups are stressed. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 5680 and 5710, or consent of department.

5750. College Student Development Theory. 3 hours. A study of student development theory as it relates to students in higher education and student affairs practice. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 5680 or consent of department.

5760. Appraisal in Child Counseling. 3 hours. Study of appraisal concepts and various instruments, procedures, methods and techniques used to assess learning and behavioral patterns of children. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 5680 and 5710 and EDER 5210, or consent of department.

5770. Guidance and Counseling in the Elementary School. 3 hours. Basic orientation to the role of elementary school counselor. Focus is on plans for achieving counseling, consulting, coordinating and guidance objectives with emphasis on principles as well as methods. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 5680 and 5710, or consent of department.

5780. The Student in Higher Education. 3 hours. A focus on the nature and needs of the college student including older adolescent, young adults, and returning adults. Reviews of demographic data about diversity of college populations, the changing relationship of students to colleges, the nature of student communities and the diverse patterns of structure and function by which colleges individualize education and provide for student affairs practice. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 5680 or consent of department.

5790. Counseling the Culturally and Ethnically Different Client. 3 hours. Development of counseling skills and strategies based upon the special needs and characteristics of the culturally and ethnically different client. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 5680 and 5710, or consent of department.

5800. Studies in Education. 1-3 hours. Organized classes specifically designed to accommodate the needs of students and the demands of program development that are not met by the regular offerings. Short courses and workshops that concern themselves with specified topics, repeated only upon demand. May be repeated for credit.

5900-5910. Special Problems. 1-3 hours each. Open to graduate students who are capable of developing a problem independently. Problems chosen by the student and approved in advance by the instructor and department chair.

5930. Research Problems in Lieu of Thesis. 3 hours. Research dealing with significant problems in the field of counseling.

6021. Advanced Practicum, in Counseling I. 3 hours. Supervised individual and family counseling with a wide range of clients and problems. Focus is on consistent implementation of a personal counseling style. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 5690, admission to doctoral program in counselor education and concurrent enrollment in EDSS 6651, or consent of department.

6022. Advanced Practicum in Counseling II. 3 hours. Supervised counseling with a wide range of clients. Focus is on implementation of an internally consistent, personal theory of counseling. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 6021 and concurrent enrollment in EDSS 6652.

6031-6032. Internship. 3 hours each. Supervised professional activities in counseling. Required of all doctoral candidates. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 6022 and 6652; EDSS 6031 is a prerequisite to 6032.

6060. Personal Growth Laboratory. 3 hours. A small group counseling experience designed to facilitate members' realistic assessment of strengths and weaknesses in the emotional, intellectual and physical dimensions. Goal setting and creation of workable courses of action are encouraged. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 5740 and consent of instructor.

6070. Practicum in Group Counseling. 3 hours. Intensive exploration of the dynamics of interpersonal relationships through supervised experience as the facilitator of counseling groups. Students will examine in depth their approach to group leadership in weekly seminar sessions. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 5690 and 5740, and consent of instructor.

6080. Seminar in Group Procedures and Group Counseling. 3 hours. A critical analysis of group counseling and various group approaches, such as T-group procedures, sensitivity training and other techniques applicable to working with groups. The seminar
group will explore the underlying theory of each approach, participate as a group in the experience and then critique the experience. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 5740 and consent of instructor.

6090. Counselor Supervision. 3 hours. Critique of the literature in counselor supervision with discussion and didactic emphasis on the role of the counselor supervisor in the dynamics of supervisory relationships. Laboratory supervising a counseling practicum. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 5690, 6021 and 6651, and taken concurrently with EDSS 6022 and 6652.

6110. Seminar in Career Development. 3 hours. Analysis of the major theories of career development; relationship to major counseling movements, the psychology of career development and human resource development in business and industry are emphasized. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 5470 or consent of instructor.

6130. Research in Counseling. 3 hours. Survey and analysis of existing research and research methodology in counseling and student services. A review of the literature in selected areas is required. Major research reports are evaluated for methodological strengths and weaknesses. Prerequisite(s): EDER 6000 and 6010 and admission to doctoral program in counselor education, or consent of department.

6630. Advanced Play Therapy. 3 hours. Seminar approach to an analysis of the rationale for play therapy in counseling, and an in-depth study of basic theories of play therapy and the variables that affect the helping relationship. Focus also is upon the counselor's own unique contribution to the relationship and the emotional needs of children. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 5690 and 5700, or consent of instructor.

6651-6652. Advanced Theories of Counseling. 3 hours each. Study in depth of the major theories of counseling, including the philosophical and psychological assumptions that underlie them. Prerequisite(s): admission to doctoral program in counselor education or consent of instructor and concurrent enrollment in EDSS 6021-6022 or consent of department; EDSS 6651 is a prerequisite of 6652.

6680. Ethical, Legal and Professional Issues in Counseling. 3 hours. Focus on theoretical and research literature concerned with ethical, legal and professional issues relating to counseling, counselor education and counselor supervision. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 6651-6652.

6900-6910. Special Problems. 1-3 hours each. Research by doctoral students in fields of special interest. Includes project research studies and intensive reading programs. Conferences with professors in the fields also are included. Problems must be approved in advance by instructor and department chair.

6950. Doctoral Dissertation. 3, 6 or 9 hours. To be scheduled only with consent of department. 12 hours credit required. No credit assigned until dissertation has been completed and filed with the graduate dean. Doctoral students must maintain continuous enrollment in this course subsequent to passing qualifying examination for admission to candidacy. May be repeated for credit.

Higher Education, EDHE = 0550

5110. Foundations of Student Development Administration. 3 hours. Principles and techniques of administration applied to the student development subsystem of higher education institutions. Applications to both senior and community college institutions. Prerequisite(s): EDSS 5750 or consent of department.

5120. Student Development Programming Administration. 3 hours. Principles and techniques of creating, analyzing and administering student development programming to meet the needs of heterogeneous college student groups in the areas of academic, social, community and personal development in higher education. Applications to both senior and community college institutions. Prerequisite(s): EDHE 5110 and EDSS 5780, or consent of department.

5240. Instruction in the Community College. 3 hours. Designed to assist faculty members in achieving mastery and competence in management of classroom instructional strategies and techniques in the community college.

5250. Programming for Conferences, Seminars, Workshops. 3 hours. Examination of theory and practice for the development and operation of brief learning activities for education, training and development.

5270. The Administrative Structure of the Community College. 3 hours. This course is designed to achieve mastery and competence regarding the basic concepts of the administrative structures, and their development and implementation in the junior/community colleges of America.

5710. Trends and Issues in Adult/Continuing Education. 3 hours. An introduction to adult/continuing education that includes a review and analysis of its historical development, social context, current practice and problems, and research.

5900. Special Problems. 1-3 hours. Open to graduate students who are capable of developing a problem independently. Problems chosen by the student and approved in advance by the instructor. Open only to resident students.

6030. Practicum, Field Problem or Internship. 3-6 hours. Supervised professional activities in college teaching research or administration. Registration is on an individual basis.

6050. Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. 3 hours. A study of major theories of teaching and learning with applications to postsecondary instruction. Includes an examination of the professorate with emphasis on conditions for admission and success.

6120. Seminar in Adult and Continuing Education. 3 hours. A review and critique of research in adult and continuing education.
Topics are selected by faculty and vary each semester.

6500. Essentials of Academic Publishing in Higher Education. 3 hours. Deals extensively and intensively with major issues and problems affecting academic publishing. Topics treated include copyrights, book reviews, journal articles, policies and practices of professional journals, researching journals, publishing contacts and contracts, and book publishing.

6510. Perspectives on Higher Education. 3 hours. This course covers historical, philosophical, socio-psychological and futuristic, theoretical methodologies for American higher education using contemporary research modalities.

6520. Research on Students in Higher Education. 3 hours. This course links theories about college student development and research methodology on the study of college student outcomes. Specifically addressed are the conditions and kinds of effects that college attendance has on students. The course considers topics of interest to both practitioners and researchers.

6530. Research on Higher Education. 3 hours. A critical review and analysis of the research literature on higher education and of designs used to conduct research in the field of higher education and on higher education in general.

6540. The Dissertation in Higher Education. 3 hours. Designed to familiarize doctoral students with the various genres of acceptable qualitative and quantitative research in higher education. Emphasis is on research needed in higher education, the psychology and economics of dissertation research and the importance of publishing completed research. Differences between EdD and PhD dissertations are considered.

6550. Policy Studies in Higher Education. 3 hours. Studies in the development, implementation and enforcement of policies by institutions of higher education, state higher education coordinating and governing boards and the federal government. Measurements of the impacts of policies on educational outcomes and institutional management also are examined.

6560. Comparative International Higher Education Systems. 3 hours. Survey of the history and organizational concepts, approaches and educational philosophies utilized by selected nations around the world in the development of higher education systems. Attention also is given to the professional literature and research methods used in comparative higher education studies.

6570. The Professorate in Higher Education. 3 hours. Investigates all aspects of the professorate teaching, research and service including promotion/tenure and merit pay. Students participate under supervision in designing, delivering and evaluating instruction via micro-teaching.

6640. The Adult Learner and Adult Learning. 3 hours. A review and analysis with applications to practice of theory and research on adult learners and adult learning.

6660. Seminar in College Student Personnel Work. 3 hours. Intensive study on an individual and group basis of special issues and problems in the organization, practices and administration of college student personnel services.

6700. Role of Higher Education in a Democracy. 3 hours. An examination of the roles, goals, purposes and problems of a diverse pluralistic system of higher education in the unique context of American democracy.

6710. General Administration in Higher Education. 3 hours. An examination of the theoretical principles of organizational behavior, leadership and institutional culture applied to a functional examination of administrative roles in community and senior colleges.

6720. Academic Administration in Higher Education. 3 hours. The functions of administrators of academic programs in institutions of higher education. Emphasis given to philosophy, objectives and curriculum development in academic programs. Both junior and senior college problems are considered.

6730. Organization and Administration of Student Development Services. 3 hours. Principles and techniques of organization and administration applied to the student development subsystem of higher education institutions. Designed to provide knowledge and proficiency in theories of organization and administration applied to the institutional level of the chief student development administrator, the effects of organizations on individual and group behavior, and specific administrative skills applied to the student development subsystem and to the programming needs of the institution. Applications to chief student development officers at both senior and community college institutions.

6740. Planning and Analytical Systems in Higher Education. 3 hours. Systems theory; goals and objectives; management information systems; simulation models and planning, programming, budgeting systems (PPBS); evaluation of educational outcomes; and the institutional research function in higher education.

6750. Personnel Administration in Higher Education. 3 hours. Principles and techniques in the application of personnel administration in higher education.

6760. Higher Education Finance. 3 hours. Examines the sources of revenues, types of expenditures, budgeting and accounting practices, tuition and financial aid policies, cost containment strategies, and the effects of the economy and state and federal funding on the financing of both private and public institutions of higher education.

6780. Educational Resource Development in Higher Education. 3 hours. Designed to provide the administrator in higher education with knowledge and skills in educational resource development. Specific areas to be studied are identification and translation of institutional objectives into support programs and goals, program organization and management, and traditional and non-traditional sources of educational income.

6790. Legal Aspects of Higher Education. 3 hours. Legal aspects and issues affecting institutions of higher learning and their administrations, faculties and students. Analyses of decisions rendered by the federal and state courts concerning procedural and substantive due process, civil rights, and the operation and function of higher education. (Same as BLAW 6790).

6850. Studies in Higher/Adult Education. 1-3 hours. Short courses and/or workshops organized on a limited-offering basis, to be repeated only upon demand. May be repeated for credit.

6900-6910. Special Problems. 1-3 hours each. Research by doctoral students in fields of special interest. Includes project research studies and intensive reading programs. Conferences with professors in the fields also are included.

6950. Doctoral Dissertation. 3, 6 or 9 hours. To be scheduled only with consent of department. 12 hours credit required. No credit assigned until dissertation has been completed and filed with the graduate dean. Doctoral students must maintain continuous enrollment in this course subsequent to passing qualifying examination for admission to candidacy. May be repeated for credit.

Human Development and Family Studies, EDHD = 0522

5030. Practicum, Field Experience or Internship. 3, 6 or 9 hours each. (0;0;3,6,9) Supervised professional activities in human development and family studies. Registration is on an individual basis and student must have prior consent of professor.

5130. Current Problems in Administration of Programs for Young Children. 3 hours. Identification of problems and issues related to early childhood programs and their administration. Includes evaluation, leadership and advocacy strategies.

5200. Child Development Theory and Research. 3 hours. Findings and implications of current theory and research in emotional, social, cognitive, language, physical and perceptual development from birth through older childhood.

5230. Human Development Across the Life Span. 3 hours. The processes and stages that individuals undergo as they progress from birth through old age and death are studied from a human ecological perspective. Developmental tasks and concepts are explored.

5300. Parent-Child Interaction. 3 hours. Study of parent development and relationships with children throughout the family life cycle. Focus on empirical studies related to dynamics of parent-child interaction. Impact of parenting upon development and socialization of children.

5330. Parent Education. 3 hours. Empirical knowledge and skills required for education and leadership of parents. Overview of major theoretical and programmatic approaches to parent education. Application of models and techniques.

5400. Family Relationships. 3 hours. An analysis of the influences that affect modern family life; consideration of variant family forms.

5430. Cognitive and Language Development. 3 hours. A comprehensive development sequence of cognitive development and language acquisition from birth through adulthood, focusing on theories and research related to cognitive, perceptual, and language development, as well as relationships between language and thought. Prerequisite(s): EDHD 5200 or 5230 or undergraduate child/human development course.

5440. Social-Emotional Development. 3 hours. A comprehensive developmental sequence of social and emotional development from birth through adulthood. Course content focuses on both theory and research pertaining to the development of emotions and temperament as well as intra- and interpersonal issues of social development.

5530. Family Problems in Urban Living. 3 hours. An examination of the implications of urban problems and resources for personal and family life.

5800. Studies in Child Development and Family Relations. 1-3 hours. Organized classes designed to accommodate the needs of students and demands of program development not met by regular offerings. Short courses and workshops on specific topics are offered on a limited basis, to be repeated only upon demand. May be repeated for credit.

5900-5910. Special Problems. 1-3 hours each. Open to graduate students capable of developing a problem independently. Problems chosen by the student and approved in advance by the instructor.

5950. Master's Thesis. 3 or 6 hours. To be scheduled only with consent of department. 6 hours credit required. No credit assigned until thesis has been completed and filed with the graduate dean. Continuous enrollment required once work on thesis has begun. May be repeated for credit.

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