Volitional factors in health behaviour regulation

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SCHÜZ, Benjamin, Britta RENNER, Natalie MALLACH, Amelie U. WIEDEMANN, 2009. Volitional factors in health behaviour regulation. In: International Journal of Psychology. 43(3 / 4), pp. 31

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