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Lexical Profile of Emotional Disclosure in Socially Shared Versus Written Narratives

Bibliographic reference Balon, Séverine ; Rimé, Bernard. Lexical Profile of Emotional Disclosure in Socially Shared Versus Written Narratives. In: Journal of Language and Social Psychology, Vol. 35, no.4, p. 345-373 (2016)
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