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Balancing emotional processing with ongoing cognitive activity: the effects of task modality on intrusions and rumination

Bibliographic reference Curci, Antonietta ; Soleti, Emanuela ; Lanciano, Tiziana ; Doria, Valentina ; Rimé, Bernard. Balancing emotional processing with ongoing cognitive activity: the effects of task modality on intrusions and rumination. In: Frontiers in Psychology, Vol. 6 (2015)
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