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Coherence and Content of Conflict-Based Narratives : Associations to Family Risk and Maladjustment

Coherence and Content of Conflict-Based Narratives : Associations to Family Risk and Maladjustment

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MÜLLER, Eva, Sonja PERREN, Corina WUSTMANN SEILER, 2014. Coherence and Content of Conflict-Based Narratives : Associations to Family Risk and Maladjustment. In: Journal of Family Psychology. 28(5), pp. 707-717. ISSN 0893-3200. eISSN 1939-1293

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