[caret-users] -metric-composite-identified-columns

Donna Dierker donna at brainvis.wustl.edu
Fri Apr 2 08:36:39 CDT 2010


This seems to work on my end:

caret_command -metric-composite-identified-columns test.metric 
deformed_RH_01Visac_beta.metric 'cCue_EndoLeft.nii[1]' 
deformed_RH_02Visac_beta.metric 'cCue_EndoLeft.nii[1]'

I end up with this:

Column      Minimum      Maximum           Mean     Sample Dev     % 
Positive     % Negative   Column Name
     1       -0.071        0.052          0.001          0.011         
49.951         50.049   cCue_EndoLeft.nii[1]
     2       -0.066        0.089          0.001          0.011         
44.949         55.051   cCue_EndoLeft.nii[1]

The first is subject 1's cCue_EndoLeft.nii[1] column; the second is 
subject 2's cCue_EndoLeft.nii[1].


On 04/02/2010 07:42 AM, Julia Bender wrote:
> Hi Donna,
>
> I tried your 2nd suggestion and it ALMOST worked:
> for CONDITION in `ls /mrt/Visac/*Visac/stats/*Visac_fullGLM/c*.nii`
> do
>     OUTFILE=RH_`basename $CONDITION .nii`.metric
>     CONDITION=`basename $CONDITION`[1]
>
>     ENTRIES=""
>     for METRIC in `ls
> /mrt/Visac/group_metrics/Visac_fullGLM/deformed_RH_*Visac_beta.metric`
>     do
>        ENTRIES="$METRIC $CONDITION"
>     done
>     caret_command -metric-composite-identified-columns $OUTFILE $ENTRIES
> done
>
> The code is running through and is creating four metric files with correct
> names. But the output metric files only contain the information of sub02. 
> So somehow the code seems to overwrite the information of sub01 and does
> not combine the information of the two subjects:
>
> Filename: RH_cCue_EndoLeft.metric (output file)
> Number of Nodes: 73730
> Number of Columns: 1
> Column      Minimum      Maximum           Mean     Sample Dev     %
> Positive     % Negative   Column Name
>      1       -0.066        0.089          0.001          0.011        
> 44.949         55.051   cCue_EndoLeft.nii[1]
>
>
> Filename: deformed_RH_02Visac_beta.metric (input sub02)
> Number of Nodes: 73730
> Number of Columns: 4
> Column      Minimum      Maximum           Mean     Sample Dev     %
> Positive     % Negative   Column Name
>      1       -0.066        0.089          0.001          0.011        
> 44.949         55.051   cCue_EndoLeft.nii[1]
>      2       -0.039        0.102          0.005          0.011        
> 60.243         39.757   cCue_EndoRight.nii[1]
>      3       -0.025        0.103          0.005          0.011        
> 60.221         39.779   cCue_ExoLeft.nii[1]
>      4       -0.025        0.116          0.007          0.011        
> 64.321         35.679   cCue_ExoRight.nii[1]
>
> So somehow caret_command doesn't get the arguments the way it needs to.
> I've tried to feed in the input files without the *for loop* but then the
> 2nd input file is taken as condition name. I wondered how the structure of
>  ENTRIES looks like: [METRIC_1 METRIC_2 CONDITION_1 CONDITION_2
> CONDITION_3 CONDITION_4]? It seems like ENTRIES is the key here.
>
> I couldn't figure out how to do your first approach (my computational
> skills are very basic), but as far as I understand,the above problem would
> occur as well so, right?
>
> thanks a lot!
>
> Julia
>
>
>
>   
>> Julia,
>>
>> The problem is a trailing bucket index '[1]' in the column name, e.g.:
>>
>> caret_command -metric-information /upload/deformed_RH_01Visac_beta.metric
>>
>>      1       -0.071        0.052          0.001          0.011
>> 49.951         50.049   cCue_EndoLeft.nii[1]
>>      2       -0.050        0.076          0.005          0.010
>> 65.433         34.567   cCue_EndoRight.nii[1]
>>      3       -0.044        0.060          0.005          0.009
>> 70.949         29.051   cCue_ExoLeft.nii[1]
>>      4       -0.078        0.072          0.001          0.011
>> 52.947         47.053   cCue_ExoRight.nii[1]
>>
>> I haven't had a chance to figure out exactly how to get around this, but
>> there are two approaches:
>>
>> * strip the '[1]' from the column-name -- probably using a combination
>> of caret_command -metric-information (to get the current name), sed (to
>> strip the trailing '[1]'), and caret_command -metric-set-column-name (to
>> set the column-name to the stripped version).
>>
>> * massage CONDITION in the script to add the '[1]'; this is easy enough,
>> but I think to make the shell happy, you'll need for the whole
>> column-name to be in single quotes, which is a bit tricky to pull off.
>> Getting those quotes to survive this part is the tricky bit:
>>
>>         ENTRIES="$METRIC $CONDITION"
>>
>>
>> Try your hand at one or both of these approaches.  Let me know if you
>> get stuck.
>>
>> Note:  I'm taking tomorrow afternoon off.
>>
>> Donna
>>
>> On 04/01/2010 02:52 PM, Julia Bender wrote:
>>     
>>> Donna,
>>>
>>> I've uploaded both deformed*.metric files, so you can have a look.
>>> Thanks so much for your help.
>>>
>>> Julia
>>>
>>>
>>>       
>>>> Julia,
>>>>
>>>> Please upload deformed_RH_02Visac_beta.metric here:
>>>>
>>>> http://pulvinar.wustl.edu/cgi-bin/upload.cgi
>>>>
>>>> Also, where your script reads like so:
>>>>
>>>>     OUTFILE=RH_$CONDITION.metric
>>>>     CONDITION=`basename $CONDITION`
>>>>
>>>> ... change it to read:
>>>>
>>>>     CONDITION=`basename $CONDITION`
>>>>     OUTFILE=RH_"$CONDITION".metric
>>>>
>>>> I didn't realize the basename step should have preceded the OUTFILE
>>>> definition until I had already hit send.
>>>>
>>>> The quotes around $CONDITION are needed due to the RH_ preceding the
>>>> variable name.
>>>>
>>>> But that error suggests your actual column names do not match the
>>>> volume
>>>> names exactly.  For example, might they be preceded by "AFM " or "MFM "
>>>> or
>>>> something like that?  Looking at your actual metric file will help me
>>>> pinpoint the problem.
>>>>
>>>> Donna
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> On 04/01/2010 06:20 AM, Julia Bender wrote:
>>>>
>>>>         
>>>>> Hi Donna,
>>>>>
>>>>> yes, you're right, that's exactly what I want. Unfortunately the
>>>>> script
>>>>> you've sent me doesnt' go through and I don't know why. I did:
>>>>>
>>>>> for CONDITION in `ls /mrt/Visac/*Visac/stats/*Visac_fullGLM/c*.nii`
>>>>> do
>>>>>     OUTFILE=RH_$CONDITION.metric
>>>>>     CONDITION=`basename $CONDITION`
>>>>>     ENTRIES=""
>>>>>     for METRIC in `ls
>>>>> /mrt/Visac/group_metrics/Visac_fullGLM/deformed_RH_*Visac_beta.metric`
>>>>>     do
>>>>>         ENTRIES="$METRIC $CONDITION"
>>>>>     done
>>>>>
>>>>>     caret_command -metric-composite-identified-columns $OUTFILE
>>>>> $ENTRIES
>>>>> done
>>>>>
>>>>> I get:
>>>>>
>>>>> METRIC COMPOSITE IDENTIFIED COLUMNS ERROR: ERROR column name/number
>>>>> cCue_EndoLeft.nii not found in file deformed_RH_02Visac_beta.metric
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> METRIC COMPOSITE IDENTIFIED COLUMNS ERROR: ERROR column name/number
>>>>> cCue_EndoRight.nii not found in file deformed_RH_02Visac_beta.metric
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> METRIC COMPOSITE IDENTIFIED COLUMNS ERROR: ERROR column name/number
>>>>> cCue_ExoLeft.nii not found in file deformed_RH_02Visac_beta.metric
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> METRIC COMPOSITE IDENTIFIED COLUMNS ERROR: ERROR column name/number
>>>>> cCue_ExoRight.nii not found in file deformed_RH_02Visac_beta.metric
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> METRIC COMPOSITE IDENTIFIED COLUMNS ERROR: ERROR column name/number
>>>>> cCue_EndoLeft.nii not found in file deformed_RH_02Visac_beta.metric
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> METRIC COMPOSITE IDENTIFIED COLUMNS ERROR: ERROR column name/number
>>>>> cCue_EndoRight.nii not found in file deformed_RH_02Visac_beta.metric
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> METRIC COMPOSITE IDENTIFIED COLUMNS ERROR: ERROR column name/number
>>>>> cCue_ExoLeft.nii not found in file deformed_RH_02Visac_beta.metric
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> METRIC COMPOSITE IDENTIFIED COLUMNS ERROR: ERROR column name/number
>>>>> cCue_ExoRight.nii not found in file deformed_RH_02Visac_beta.metric
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> This is weird because both deformed_RH_01Visac* and
>>>>> deformed_RH_02Visac*
>>>>> are in the same folder, have the same permissions and the header info
>>>>> is
>>>>> the same (despite the sub# of course):
>>>>>                                           :
>>>>> BeginHeader
>>>>> Caret-Version 5.613
>>>>> Date 2010-03-30T14:22:43
>>>>> comment Deformed from: RH_02Visac_beta.metric	Deformed with:
>>>>> deformed_Human.02Visac.R.73730.deform_map
>>>>> encoding BINARY
>>>>> EndHeader
>>>>> tag-version 2
>>>>> tag-number-of-nodes 73730
>>>>> tag-number-of-columns 4
>>>>> tag-title
>>>>> tag-column-name 0  cCue_EndoLeft.nii[1]
>>>>> tag-column-name 1  cCue_EndoRight.nii[1]
>>>>> tag-column-name 2  cCue_ExoLeft.nii[1]
>>>>> tag-column-name 3  cCue_ExoRight.nii[1]
>>>>> tag-column-comment 0 CARET v5.613	Mapped to surface:
>>>>> Human.02Visac.R.Fiducial.65561.coord	Mapped from volume:
>>>>> cCue_EndoLeft.nii	Subvolume: 0	Algorithm: Metric Enclosing
>>>>> Voxel	intent:
>>>>> None	intent_code: 0	intent_p1: 0.000	intent_p2: 0.000	intent_p3:
>>>>> 0.000		Date Mapped: 30.03.10 14:22	Deformed with:
>>>>> deformed_Human.02Visac.R.73730.deform_map
>>>>> tag-column-comment 1 CARET v5.613	Mapped to surface:
>>>>> Human.02Visac.R.Fiducial.65561.coord	Mapped from volume:
>>>>> cCue_EndoRight.nii	Subvolume: 0	Algorithm: Metric Enclosing
>>>>> Voxel	intent:
>>>>> None	intent_code: 0	intent_p1: 0.000	intent_p2: 0.000	intent_p3:
>>>>> 0.000		Date Mapped: 30.03.10 14:22	Deformed with:
>>>>> deformed_Human.02Visac.R.73730.deform_map
>>>>> tag-column-comment 2 CARET v5.613	Mapped to surface:
>>>>> Human.02Visac.R.Fiducial.65561.coord	Mapped from volume:
>>>>> cCue_ExoLeft.nii	Subvolume: 0	Algorithm: Metric Enclosing
>>>>> Voxel	intent:
>>>>> None	intent_code: 0	intent_p1: 0.000	intent_p2: 0.000	intent_p3:
>>>>> 0.000		Date Mapped: 30.03.10 14:22	Deformed with:
>>>>> deformed_Human.02Visac.R.73730.deform_map
>>>>> tag-column-comment 3 CARET v5.613	Mapped to surface:
>>>>> Human.02Visac.R.Fiducial.65561.coord	Mapped from volume:
>>>>> cCue_ExoRight.nii	Subvolume: 0	Algorithm: Metric Enclosing
>>>>> Voxel	intent:
>>>>> None	intent_code: 0	intent_p1: 0.000	intent_p2: 0.000	intent_p3:
>>>>> 0.000		Date Mapped: 30.03.10 14:22	Deformed with:
>>>>> deformed_Human.02Visac.R.73730.deform_map
>>>>> tag-column-study-meta-data 0
>>>>> tag-column-study-meta-data 1
>>>>> tag-column-study-meta-data 2
>>>>> tag-column-study-meta-data 3
>>>>> tag-column-color-mapping 0 -1.000000 1.000000
>>>>> tag-column-color-mapping 1 -1.000000 1.000000
>>>>> tag-column-color-mapping 2 -1.000000 1.000000
>>>>> tag-column-color-mapping 3 -1.000000 1.000000
>>>>> tag-column-threshold 0 0.000000 0.000000
>>>>> tag-column-threshold 1 0.000000 0.000000
>>>>> tag-column-threshold 2 0.000000 0.000000
>>>>> tag-column-threshold 3 0.000000 0.000000
>>>>> tag-column-average-threshold 0 0.000000 0.000000
>>>>> tag-column-average-threshold 1 0.000000 0.000000
>>>>> tag-column-average-threshold 2 0.000000 0.000000
>>>>> tag-column-average-threshold 3 0.000000 0.000000
>>>>> tag-BEGIN-DATA
>>>>>
>>>>> also I don't understand why I get the error message twice for every
>>>>> condition. I'm sorry this is so persistent...
>>>>>
>>>>> Thanks a lot,
>>>>>
>>>>> Julia
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>           
>>>>>> Julia,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Okay, if I understand you correctly, deformed_RH_*.metric does NOT
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>             
>>>>> contain a single column, but rather multiple columns for different
>>>>> conditions for the same subject.  Thus, you can't use this:
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>           
>>>>>>     COL_ENTRIES="$COL_ENTRIES `basename $EACHCOL` 1"
>>>>>>
>>>>>> ... because the " 1" means grab the first column.  I suggested this,
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>             
>>>>> thinking you had only a single column in your metric file, which
>>>>> appears
>>>>> to be not the case.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>           
>>>>>> So, you need to get the column name exactly right, and evidently you
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>             
>>>>> haven't.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>           
>>>>>> Maybe instead you need:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> for CONDITION in `ls /mrt/Visac/*Visac/stats/*Visac_fullGLM/c*.nii`
>>>>>> do
>>>>>>   OUTFILE=my.$CONDITION.metric
>>>>>>   CONDITION=`basename $CONDITION`
>>>>>>   ENTRIES=""
>>>>>>   for METRIC in `ls
>>>>>> /mrt/Visac/group_metrics/Visac_fullGLM/deformed_RH_*Visac_beta.metric`
>>>>>>   do
>>>>>>     ENTRIES="$METRIC $CONDITION"
>>>>>>   done
>>>>>>   caret_command -metric-composite-identified-columns $OUTFILE
>>>>>> $ENTRIES
>>>>>> done
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Donna
>>>>>>
>>>>>> On 03/31/2010 09:57 AM, Julia Bender wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>             
>>>>>>> Hi Donna,
>>>>>>> thanks for your help. `ls
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>               
>>>>> /mrt/Visac/*Visac/stats/*Visac_fullGLM/c*.nii`
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>           
>>>>>>> only specifies the conds =column names. The stat-values are stored
>>>>>>> in
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>               
>>>>> $CURRDIR/deformed_RH_*.metric files, one for each subject. So my code
>>>>> needs to take the names of the .nii files, find each of the so
>>>>> specified
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>           
>>>>>>> columns in each of the two deformed.metrics files, and combine them
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>               
>>>>> into
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>           
>>>>>>> one metric file. So I think what I need is 2 loops. I tried this:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>               
>>>>> OUTFILE=my_composite.metric
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>           
>>>>>>> rm -rf $OUTFILE
>>>>>>> COL_ENTRIES=""
>>>>>>> MET_ENTRIES=""
>>>>>>> for EACHCOL in `ls /mrt/Visac/*Visac/stats/*Visac_fullGLM/c*.nii` do
>>>>>>>     COL_ENTRIES="$COL_ENTRIES `basename $EACHCOL` 1"
>>>>>>> done
>>>>>>> for EACHMETRIC in `ls
>>>>>>> /mrt/Visac/group_metrics/Visac_fullGLM/deformed_RH_*Visac_beta.metric`
>>>>>>> do
>>>>>>>     MET_ENTRIES="$MET_ENTRIES $EACHMETRIC 1"
>>>>>>> done
>>>>>>> caret_command -metric-composite-identified-columns $OUTFILE
>>>>>>> $EACHMETRIC
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>               
>>>>> $COL_ENTRIES
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>           
>>>>>>> I get: METRIC COMPOSITE IDENTIFIED COLUMNS ERROR: ERROR column
>>>>>>> name/number
>>>>>>> cCue_EndoLeft.nii not found in file deformed_RH_02Visac_beta.metric
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>               
>>>>> deformed_RH_02Visac_beta.metric looks the same as the file for subj 01
>>>>> and
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>           
>>>>>>> is in the same folder. Any ideas what could be wrong?
>>>>>>> Also, what is the "1" at the end of the line for?
>>>>>>> Thanks a lot!!
>>>>>>> Julia
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>               
>>>>>>>> Julia,
>>>>>>>> Here is the usage for this command:
>>>>>>>>       caret_command -metric-composite-identified-columns
>>>>>>>>          <output-metric-file-name>
>>>>>>>>          [input-metric-file-1  file-1-column]
>>>>>>>>          ...
>>>>>>>>          [input-metric-file-N  file-2-column]
>>>>>>>>          Composite the selected columns from the input metric
>>>>>>>>          files and place them into the output metric file.
>>>>>>>>          "column" is either the number of the column, which
>>>>>>>>          starts at one, or the name of the column.  If a
>>>>>>>>          a name contains spaces, it must be enclosed in double
>>>>>>>> quotes.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>                 
>>>>>  Name has priority over number.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>           
>>>>>>>> I'm not 100% certain, but I think file-1-column refers to what the
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>                 
>>>>>>> column is named in the input file, rather than what you want it to
>>>>>>> be
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>               
>>>>> named in the output file.  So if there is just a single column in
>>>>> $EACHCOL, the simplest thing is to just specify 1 there, to indicate
>>>>> the
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>           
>>>>>>> first (and only) column.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>               
>>>>>>>> I think I would do this, instead of what you have:
>>>>>>>> OUTFILE=my_composite.metric
>>>>>>>> rm -rf $OUTFILE
>>>>>>>> COL_ENTRIES=""
>>>>>>>> for EACHCOL in `ls /mrt/Visac/*Visac/stats/*Visac_fullGLM/c*.nii`
>>>>>>>> do
>>>>>>>>   COL_ENTRIES="$COL_ENTRIES $EACHCOL 1"
>>>>>>>> done
>>>>>>>> caret_command -metric-composite-identified-columns $OUTFILE
>>>>>>>> $COL_ENTRIES
>>>>>>>> Note that there should be only one caret_command, but it should
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>                 
>>>>> specify
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>           
>>>>>>> all four cols.  All you need the loop for is to generate this part
>>>>>>> of
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>               
>>>>> the command:
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>           
>>>>>>>>          [input-metric-file-1  file-1-column]
>>>>>>>>          ...
>>>>>>>>          [input-metric-file-N  file-2-column]
>>>>>>>> Donna
>>>>>>>> On 03/30/2010 10:19 AM, Julia Bender wrote:
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>                 
>>>>>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>>>>> thanks for your help. I'm trying to composite four conds columns
>>>>>>>>> from
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>                   
>>>>> two
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>           
>>>>>>>>> subjects' deformed-metric-files into one combined metric file: for
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>                   
>>>>> EACHCOL in `ls /mrt/Visac/*Visac/stats/*Visac_fullGLM/c*.nii` (= my
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>           
>>>>>>> four conds files)
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>               
>>>>>>>>> do
>>>>>>>>> caret_command -metric-composite-identified-columns
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>                   
>>>>>>> $CURRDIR/RH_`basename
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>               
>>>>>>>>> $EACHCOL .nii`.metric $CURRDIR/deformed_RH_*.metric `basename
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>                   
>>>>> $EACHCOL
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>           
>>>>>>> .nii`
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>               
>>>>>>>>> done
>>>>>>>>> I get: "METRIC COMPOSITE IDENTIFIED COLUMNS ERROR: ERROR column
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>                   
>>>>>>> name/number cCue_EndoLeft (=my first conds column) not found in file
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>               
>>>>> deformed_RH_01Visac_beta.metric"
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>           
>>>>>>>>> CURRDIR is the directory were the deformed-metric-files are. I
>>>>>>>>> have
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>                   
>>>>>>> full
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>               
>>>>>>>>> permission on all files. In the deformed-metric-files the columns
>>>>>>>>> are
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>                   
>>>>>>> named like this: tag-column-name 0 cCue_EndoLeft.nii[1]
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>               
>>>>>>>>> I understand that I need to specify either column name or number
>>>>>>>>> so
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>                   
>>>>>>> that
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>               
>>>>>>>>> columns are combined correctly. I tried to do that with `basename
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>                   
>>>>> $EACHCOL
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>           
>>>>>>>>> .nii` , which obviously doesn't work. Do you know how I can assign
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>                   
>>>>>>> name/number in the loop?
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>               
>>>>>>>>> Thanks a lot!
>>>>>>>>> Julia
>>>>>>>>> Dipl. Psych. Julia Bender
>>>>>>>>> Humboldt Universität zu Berlin
>>>>>>>>> Mathematisch - Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät II
>>>>>>>>> Institut für Psychologie, Abt. Klinische Psychologie
>>>>>>>>> Unter den Linden 6
>>>>>>>>> D-10099 Berlin
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>>>>>>> Mathematisch - Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät II
>>>>>>> Institut für Psychologie, Abt. Klinische Psychologie
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>>>>> Mathematisch - Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät II
>>>>> Institut für Psychologie, Abt. Klinische Psychologie
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