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Cognitive and emotional characteristics of New Religious Movement members: New questions and data on the mental health issue

Bibliographic reference Buxant, Coralie ; Saroglou, Vassilis ; Casalfiore, Stefania ; Christians, Louis-Léon. Cognitive and emotional characteristics of New Religious Movement members: New questions and data on the mental health issue. In: Mental Health, Religion & Culture, Vol. 10, no. 3, p. 219-238 (2007)
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