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Violent Offending Promotes Appetitive Aggression Rather than Posttraumatic Stress : A Replication Study with Burundian Ex-Combatants

Violent Offending Promotes Appetitive Aggression Rather than Posttraumatic Stress : A Replication Study with Burundian Ex-Combatants

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KÖBACH, Anke, Corina NANDI, Anselm CROMBACH, Manassé BAMBONYÉ, Britta WESTNER, Thomas ELBERT, 2015. Violent Offending Promotes Appetitive Aggression Rather than Posttraumatic Stress : A Replication Study with Burundian Ex-Combatants. In: Frontiers in Psychology. 6, 1755. eISSN 1664-1078. Available under: doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01755

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