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Deficits in cognitive inhibition and post-loss rumination: evidence from a thought suppression task / Déficits de inhibición cognitiva y rumiación posterior a una pérdida: evidencia a partir de una tarea de supresión de pensamientos

Bibliographic reference Delespaux, Emily ; Zech, Emmanuelle. Deficits in cognitive inhibition and post-loss rumination: evidence from a thought suppression task / Déficits de inhibición cognitiva y rumiación posterior a una pérdida: evidencia a partir de una tarea de supresión de pensamientos. In: Estudios de Psicologia / Studies in psychology, Vol. 38, no.3, p. 608-638 (2017)
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