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Maria Evgrashina

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Evgrashina, M. (2021). Corporeal presence: aspects of work in real and virtual space. Psychoanalysis and the Virtual: ethics, metapsychology, and clinical experience of out-of-office practice: Materials of the II All-Ukrainian scientific and practical conference with international participation, June 12-13, 2021, Kyiv. P. 187-198. DOI: 

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Ievgrashyna, M. (2021). Corporeal copresence: the aspects of working in the real and the virtual space [in Russian]. Psychoanalysis and the Virtual: ethics, metapsychology and clinical experience of the remote practice: Conference proceedings, June, 12-13, 2021, Kyiv [electronic book]. - Kyiv, Kryvyi Rih: Publisher Roman Kozlov, 2021. - pp. 187-198. DOI: 

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