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Effect of aripiprazole on verbal memory and fluency in schizophrenic patients: Results from the ESCAPE study

Bibliographic reference Bervoets, C ; Morrens, M ; Vansteelandt, K ; Kok, F ; De Patoul, A ; et. al. Effect of aripiprazole on verbal memory and fluency in schizophrenic patients: Results from the ESCAPE study. In: CNS Drugs, Vol. 26, no.11, p. 975-982 (november 2012)
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