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Biased cognitions and social anxiety: Building a global framework for integrating cognitive, behavioral, and neural processes

Bibliographic reference Heeren, Alexandre ; Lange, Wolf-Gero ; Philippot, Pierre ; Wong, Quincy J.J.. Biased cognitions and social anxiety: Building a global framework for integrating cognitive, behavioral, and neural processes. In: Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, Vol. 8, no.JULY, p. 538 (2014)
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