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Towards a cross-modal perspective of emotional perception in social anxiety: review and future directions

Bibliographic reference Peschard, Virginie ; Maurage, Pierre ; Philippot, Pierre. Towards a cross-modal perspective of emotional perception in social anxiety: review and future directions. In: Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, Vol. 8, no.322, p. 1-6 (15 May 2014)
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