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Das Zürcher "Ambulante Intensiv-Programm" (AIP) zur Behandlung von Sexual- und Gewaltstraftätern : Teil 2: Spezifisch deliktpräventive und therapeutische Konzeptionen

Das Zürcher "Ambulante Intensiv-Programm" (AIP) zur Behandlung von Sexual- und Gewaltstraftätern : Teil 2: Spezifisch deliktpräventive und therapeutische Konzeptionen

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URBANIOK, Frank, Matthias STÜRM, 2006. Das Zürcher "Ambulante Intensiv-Programm" (AIP) zur Behandlung von Sexual- und Gewaltstraftätern : Teil 2: Spezifisch deliktpräventive und therapeutische Konzeptionen. In: Schweizer Archiv für Neurologie und Psychiatrie. 157(3), pp. 119-133. ISSN 0258-7661

@article{Urbaniok2006Zurch-38954, title={Das Zürcher "Ambulante Intensiv-Programm" (AIP) zur Behandlung von Sexual- und Gewaltstraftätern : Teil 2: Spezifisch deliktpräventive und therapeutische Konzeptionen}, year={2006}, number={3}, volume={157}, issn={0258-7661}, journal={Schweizer Archiv für Neurologie und Psychiatrie}, pages={119--133}, author={Urbaniok, Frank and Stürm, Matthias} }

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