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Alexithymia is associated with an augmenter profile, but not only : evidence for anticipation to arousing music

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Bibliographic reference Grynberg, Delphine ; Davydov, Dimitri M. ; Vermeulen, Nicolas ; Luminet, Olivier. Alexithymia is associated with an augmenter profile, but not only : evidence for anticipation to arousing music. In: Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, Vol. 53, no.5, p. 375-381 (2012)
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