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The role of gender differences and other client characteristics in the prevalence of DSM-IV affective disorders among a European therapeutic community population

(2007) PSYCHIATRIC QUARTERLY. 78(1). p.39-51
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DE WILDE, J, Eric Broekaert, Yves Rosseel, P DELESPAUL, and Veerle Soyez. 2007. “The Role of Gender Differences and Other Client Characteristics in the Prevalence of DSM-IV Affective Disorders Among a European Therapeutic Community Population.” Psychiatric Quarterly 78 (1): 39–51.
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DE WILDE, J., Broekaert, E., Rosseel, Y., DELESPAUL, P., & Soyez, V. (2007). The role of gender differences and other client characteristics in the prevalence of DSM-IV affective disorders among a European therapeutic community population. PSYCHIATRIC QUARTERLY, 78(1), 39–51.
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DE WILDE J, Broekaert E, Rosseel Y, DELESPAUL P, Soyez V. The role of gender differences and other client characteristics in the prevalence of DSM-IV affective disorders among a European therapeutic community population. PSYCHIATRIC QUARTERLY. KLUWER ACADEMIC-HUMAN SCIENCES PRESS; 2007;78(1):39–51.
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DE WILDE, J, Eric Broekaert, Yves Rosseel, et al. “The Role of Gender Differences and Other Client Characteristics in the Prevalence of DSM-IV Affective Disorders Among a European Therapeutic Community Population.” PSYCHIATRIC QUARTERLY 78.1 (2007): 39–51. Print.
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  author       = {DE WILDE, J and Broekaert, Eric and Rosseel, Yves and DELESPAUL, P and Soyez, Veerle},
  issn         = {0033-2720},
  journal      = {PSYCHIATRIC QUARTERLY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {39--51},
  publisher    = {KLUWER ACADEMIC-HUMAN SCIENCES PRESS},
  title        = {The role of gender differences and other client characteristics in the prevalence of DSM-IV affective disorders among a European therapeutic community population},
  volume       = {78},
  year         = {2007},
}

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