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Depressive affect among health care seekers: how it is related to attachment style, emotional disclosure, and health complaints.

Bibliographic reference Zech, Emmanuelle ; De Ree, Frédérique ; Berenschot, Fleur ; Stroebe, Margaret. Depressive affect among health care seekers: how it is related to attachment style, emotional disclosure, and health complaints.. In: Psychology, health & medicine, Vol. 11, no. 1, p. 7-19 (2006)
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