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Stress reactivity during evaluation by the opposite sex: comparison of responses induced by different psychosocial stress tests

Stress reactivity during evaluation by the opposite sex: comparison of responses induced by different psychosocial stress tests

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GOFF, Lydia, Nida ALI, Jens PRUESSNER, 2013. Stress reactivity during evaluation by the opposite sex: comparison of responses induced by different psychosocial stress tests. In: McGill Science Undergraduate Research Journal. 8(1), pp. 11-17. eISSN 1718-0775

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