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Controlling Offensive Behavior Using Narrative Exposure Therapy : A Randomized Controlled Trial of Former Street Children

Controlling Offensive Behavior Using Narrative Exposure Therapy : A Randomized Controlled Trial of Former Street Children

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CROMBACH, Anselm, Thomas ELBERT, 2015. Controlling Offensive Behavior Using Narrative Exposure Therapy : A Randomized Controlled Trial of Former Street Children. In: Clinical Psychological Science. 3(2), pp. 270-282. ISSN 2167-7026. eISSN 2167-7034

@article{Crombach2015Contr-29277, title={Controlling Offensive Behavior Using Narrative Exposure Therapy : A Randomized Controlled Trial of Former Street Children}, year={2015}, doi={10.1177/2167702614534239}, number={2}, volume={3}, issn={2167-7026}, journal={Clinical Psychological Science}, pages={270--282}, author={Crombach, Anselm and Elbert, Thomas} }

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