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The provocation of anxiety states in humans and its possible significance for the pathogenesis of these disorders


, : The provocation of anxiety states in humans and its possible significance for the pathogenesis of these disorders. den Boer, J A [Editor], Sitsen, J M A [Editor] Medical Psychiatry; Handbook of depression and anxiety: A biological approach 247-274


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