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Monocausal Attributions Along Cross-Sections of Psychosis Development and Links with Psychopathology and Data Gathering Style

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NOWAK, Ulrike, Sarah EISENACHER, Hanna BRAUN, Franziska RAUSCH, Sandra MUSZINSKI, Jascha THIEM, Anna BECKER, Susanne ENGLISCH, Peter KIRSCH, Andreas MEYER-LINDENBERG, 2018. Monocausal Attributions Along Cross-Sections of Psychosis Development and Links with Psychopathology and Data Gathering Style. In: Cognitive Therapy and Research. Springer. 42(5), pp. 699-710. ISSN 0147-5916. eISSN 1573-2819. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s10608-018-9907-8

@article{Nowak2018Monoc-59069, title={Monocausal Attributions Along Cross-Sections of Psychosis Development and Links with Psychopathology and Data Gathering Style}, year={2018}, doi={10.1007/s10608-018-9907-8}, number={5}, volume={42}, issn={0147-5916}, journal={Cognitive Therapy and Research}, pages={699--710}, author={Nowak, Ulrike and Eisenacher, Sarah and Braun, Hanna and Rausch, Franziska and Muszinski, Sandra and Thiem, Jascha and Becker, Anna and Englisch, Susanne and Kirsch, Peter and Meyer-Lindenberg, Andreas} }

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