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Clinical trials of antidepressants: the hidden face: where locus of control appears to play a key role in depression outcome.

Bibliographic reference Reynaert, Christine ; Janne, Pascal ; Vause, Mireille ; Zdanowicz, Nicolas ; Lejeune, Dominique. Clinical trials of antidepressants: the hidden face: where locus of control appears to play a key role in depression outcome.. In: Psychopharmacology, Vol. 119, no. 4, p. 449-54 (1995)
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