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Type D Personality, Temperament, and Mental Health in Military Personnel Awaiting Deployment

By Paula M. C. Mommersteeg, Johan Denollet, Annemieke Kavelaars, Elbert Geuze, Eric Vermetten and Cobi J. Heijnen
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Publisher: Springer US
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