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A Critical Comprehensive Review of Religiosity and Anxiety Disorders in Adults

Bibliographic reference Khalaf, Dany ; Hebborn , Ludger F. ; Dal, Sylvain ; Naja, Wadih J.. A Critical Comprehensive Review of Religiosity and Anxiety Disorders in Adults. In: Journal of Religion and Health, Vol. 54, no.4, p. 1438-1450 (2015)
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