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Harris v. UTC/Pratt & Whitney, 15 Conn. Workers’ Comp. Rev. Op. 357, 3143 CRB-5-95-8 (June 26, 1996).
Fact that “physician” is not defined by § 20-1 to include psychologists does not preclude introduction of their reports into evidence. See also, Harris, § 31-298. Subsequent decision at Harris, 3762 CRB-1-98-1 (February 23, 1999), aff’d, 56 Conn. App. 912 (2000)(per curiam), cert. denied, 253 Conn. 907 (2000), § 31-294f, § 31-301-9, § 31-315.