POSI/KOKO model Frumau

  • Artikel met meer uitleg over het POSI/KOKO model: Frumau, M. (2014). KOKO, een karakteristiek. 
  • Poster van het POSI/KOKO model: poster presentatie ECHA conference Vienna (2016)
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    Poster POSI (quote)


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