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This seems to ba a crude translation from (?)German. Are the following words correct?
- sociologe (sociologist?)
- sexuologe (sexoligist?)
- psychoanalytican (Psychoanalist?)
- No. 2 is probably "sexologist" in English, and no.3 "psychoanalyst". The latter speciality would also require a change from Category:German psychologists to Category:Psychoanalysts (there is no category for German psychoanalysts). -- Michael Bednarek (talk) 14:08, 11 June 2009 (UTC)
I corrected the original text on September 5, 2011
It´s my first version and it took me 20 minutes to correct the original version.