Does Perpetrating Violence Damage Mental Health? Differences Between Forcibly Recruited and Voluntary Combatants in DR Congo

Hecker T, Hermenau K, Maedl A, Hinkel H, Schauer M, Elbert T (2013)
Journal of Traumatic Stress 26(1): 142-148.

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Hecker T, Hermenau K, Maedl A, Hinkel H, Schauer M, Elbert T. Does Perpetrating Violence Damage Mental Health? Differences Between Forcibly Recruited and Voluntary Combatants in DR Congo. Journal of Traumatic Stress. 2013;26(1):142-148.
Hecker, T., Hermenau, K., Maedl, A., Hinkel, H., Schauer, M., & Elbert, T. (2013). Does Perpetrating Violence Damage Mental Health? Differences Between Forcibly Recruited and Voluntary Combatants in DR Congo. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 26(1), 142-148. doi:10.1002/jts.21770
Hecker, T., Hermenau, K., Maedl, A., Hinkel, H., Schauer, M., and Elbert, T. (2013). Does Perpetrating Violence Damage Mental Health? Differences Between Forcibly Recruited and Voluntary Combatants in DR Congo. Journal of Traumatic Stress 26, 142-148.
Hecker, T., et al., 2013. Does Perpetrating Violence Damage Mental Health? Differences Between Forcibly Recruited and Voluntary Combatants in DR Congo. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 26(1), p 142-148.
T. Hecker, et al., “Does Perpetrating Violence Damage Mental Health? Differences Between Forcibly Recruited and Voluntary Combatants in DR Congo”, Journal of Traumatic Stress, vol. 26, 2013, pp. 142-148.
Hecker, T., Hermenau, K., Maedl, A., Hinkel, H., Schauer, M., Elbert, T.: Does Perpetrating Violence Damage Mental Health? Differences Between Forcibly Recruited and Voluntary Combatants in DR Congo. Journal of Traumatic Stress. 26, 142-148 (2013).
Hecker, Tobias, Hermenau, Katharin, Maedl, Anna, Hinkel, Harald, Schauer, Maggie, and Elbert, Thomas. “Does Perpetrating Violence Damage Mental Health? Differences Between Forcibly Recruited and Voluntary Combatants in DR Congo”. Journal of Traumatic Stress 26.1 (2013): 142-148.
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