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Relation between alexithymia and the five-factor model of personality : a facet-level analysis

Bibliographic reference Luminet, Olivier ; Bagby, R. Michael ; Wagner, Hugh ; Taylor, Graeme J. ; Parker, James D.A.. Relation between alexithymia and the five-factor model of personality : a facet-level analysis. In: Journal of Personality Assessment, Vol. 73, no. 3, p. 345-58 (1999)
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