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Is case-specificity content-specificity? : an analysis of data from extended-matching questions

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Bibliographic reference Dory, Valérie ; Gagnon, Robert ; Charlin, Bernard. Is case-specificity content-specificity? : an analysis of data from extended-matching questions. In: Advances in Health Sciences Education, Vol. 15, no. 1, p. 55-63; erratum 147-148 (2010)
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