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Cognitive factors and post-partum depression: What is the influence of general personality traits, rumination, maternal self-esteem, and alexithymia?

Bibliographic reference Denis, Anne ; Luminet, Olivier. Cognitive factors and post-partum depression: What is the influence of general personality traits, rumination, maternal self-esteem, and alexithymia?. In: Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy, (2017)
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