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Empathy and Social Support Provision in Couples: Social Support and the Need to Study the Underlying Processes

Bibliographic reference Devoldre, Inge ; Davis, Mark H. ; Verhofstadt, Lesley ; Buysse, Ann. Empathy and Social Support Provision in Couples: Social Support and the Need to Study the Underlying Processes. In: The Journal of Psychology : interdisciplinary and applied, Vol. 144, no. 3, p. 259-84 (2010)
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