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The improvement of mothers’ and children’s emotional and behavioral reactions through the modification of attentional bias in mothers: A micro-trial study.

Bibliographic reference Loop, Laurie ; Rossignol, Mandy ; Galdiolo, Sarah ; Roskam, Isabelle. The improvement of mothers’ and children’s emotional and behavioral reactions through the modification of attentional bias in mothers: A micro-trial study.. In: Parenting: Science and Practice, Vol. 18, p. 9 - 27
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