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Reduced processing of facial and postural cues in social anxiety : insights from electrophysiology

Bibliographic reference Rossignol, Mandy ; Fisch, Sophie-Alexandra ; Maurage, Pierre ; Joassin, Frédéric ; Philippot, Pierre. Reduced processing of facial and postural cues in social anxiety : insights from electrophysiology. In: PLoS One, Vol. 8, no.9, p. e75234 (2013)
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