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Mediating mechanisms in cognitive behavioral treatment for childhood OCD: The role of dysfunctional beliefs

Lidewij Wolter, Pier J.M. Prins, G.J.A. Garst, Sanne M. Hogendoorn, Frits Boer, Leentje Vervoort UGent and Else de Haan (2018) Child Psychiatry & Human Development.
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Child Psychiatry & Human Development
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8568992
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-8568992
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2018-07-11 11:54:55
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@article{8568992,
  author       = {Wolter, Lidewij and Prins, Pier J.M. and Garst, G.J.A. and Hogendoorn, Sanne M. and Boer, Frits and Vervoort, Leentje and de Haan, Else},
  journal      = {Child Psychiatry \& Human Development},
  title        = {Mediating mechanisms in cognitive behavioral treatment for childhood OCD: The role of dysfunctional beliefs},
  year         = {2018},
}

Chicago
Wolter, Lidewij, Pier J.M. Prins, G.J.A. Garst, Sanne M. Hogendoorn, Frits Boer, Leentje Vervoort, and Else de Haan. 2018. “Mediating Mechanisms in Cognitive Behavioral Treatment for Childhood OCD: The Role of Dysfunctional Beliefs.” Child Psychiatry & Human Development.
APA
Wolter, L., Prins, P. J. M., Garst, G. J. A., Hogendoorn, S. M., Boer, F., Vervoort, L., & de Haan, E. (2018). Mediating mechanisms in cognitive behavioral treatment for childhood OCD: The role of dysfunctional beliefs. Child Psychiatry & Human Development.
Vancouver
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Wolter L, Prins PJM, Garst GJA, Hogendoorn SM, Boer F, Vervoort L, et al. Mediating mechanisms in cognitive behavioral treatment for childhood OCD: The role of dysfunctional beliefs. Child Psychiatry & Human Development. 2018;
MLA
Wolter, Lidewij, Pier J.M. Prins, G.J.A. Garst, et al. “Mediating Mechanisms in Cognitive Behavioral Treatment for Childhood OCD: The Role of Dysfunctional Beliefs.” Child Psychiatry & Human Development (2018): n. pag. Print.