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Measuring the subjective well-being of people in a psychosocial rehabilitation center and a residential psychiatric setting - The outline of the study and the measurement properties of a multidimensional indicator of well-being.

Piet Bracke (UGent)
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Bracke, Piet. 2001. “Measuring the Subjective Well-being of People in a Psychosocial Rehabilitation Center and a Residential Psychiatric Setting - The Outline of the Study and the Measurement Properties of a Multidimensional Indicator of Well-being.” Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal 24 (3): 222–236.
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Bracke, P. (2001). Measuring the subjective well-being of people in a psychosocial rehabilitation center and a residential psychiatric setting - The outline of the study and the measurement properties of a multidimensional indicator of well-being. PSYCHIATRIC REHABILITATION JOURNAL, 24(3), 222–236.
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Bracke P. Measuring the subjective well-being of people in a psychosocial rehabilitation center and a residential psychiatric setting - The outline of the study and the measurement properties of a multidimensional indicator of well-being. PSYCHIATRIC REHABILITATION JOURNAL. 2001;24(3):222–36.
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Bracke, Piet. “Measuring the Subjective Well-being of People in a Psychosocial Rehabilitation Center and a Residential Psychiatric Setting - The Outline of the Study and the Measurement Properties of a Multidimensional Indicator of Well-being.” PSYCHIATRIC REHABILITATION JOURNAL 24.3 (2001): 222–236. Print.
@article{148970,
  author       = {Bracke, Piet},
  issn         = {1095-158X},
  journal      = {PSYCHIATRIC REHABILITATION JOURNAL},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {222--236},
  title        = {Measuring the subjective well-being of people in a psychosocial rehabilitation center and a residential psychiatric setting - The outline of the study and the measurement properties of a multidimensional indicator of well-being.},
  volume       = {24},
  year         = {2001},
}

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