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Differential effectiveness of psychological interventions for reducing osteoarthritis pain : a comparison of Erikson [correction of Erickson] hypnosis and Jacobson relaxation

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Bibliographic reference Gay, Marie-Claire ; Philippot, Pierre ; Luminet, Olivier. Differential effectiveness of psychological interventions for reducing osteoarthritis pain : a comparison of Erikson [correction of Erickson] hypnosis and Jacobson relaxation. In: European Journal of Pain, Vol. 6, no. 1, p. 1-16 (2002)
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