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Does exposure type impact differentially over time on the development of mental health disturbances after a technological disaster?

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Bibliographic reference De Soir, Erik ; Versporten, Ann ; Zech, Emmanuelle ; Van Oyen, Herman ; Kleber, Rolf ; et. al. Does exposure type impact differentially over time on the development of mental health disturbances after a technological disaster?. In: Archives of Public Health, Vol. 73, no. 20 (2015)
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