Assisting war-torn populations - Should we prioritize reducing daily stressors to improve mental health? Comment on Miller and Rasmussen (2010)

Neuner F (2010)
Social Science & Medicine 71(8): 1381-1384.

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Psychotherapy; Intervention; Stress; War; PTSD; Trauma
Erscheinungsjahr
2010
Zeitschriftentitel
Social Science & Medicine
Band
71
Ausgabe
8
Seite(n)
1381-1384
ISSN
0277-9536
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/1929363

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Neuner F. Assisting war-torn populations - Should we prioritize reducing daily stressors to improve mental health? Comment on Miller and Rasmussen (2010). Social Science & Medicine. 2010;71(8):1381-1384.
Neuner, F. (2010). Assisting war-torn populations - Should we prioritize reducing daily stressors to improve mental health? Comment on Miller and Rasmussen (2010). Social Science & Medicine, 71(8), 1381-1384. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2010.06.030
Neuner, F. (2010). Assisting war-torn populations - Should we prioritize reducing daily stressors to improve mental health? Comment on Miller and Rasmussen (2010). Social Science & Medicine 71, 1381-1384.
Neuner, F., 2010. Assisting war-torn populations - Should we prioritize reducing daily stressors to improve mental health? Comment on Miller and Rasmussen (2010). Social Science & Medicine, 71(8), p 1381-1384.
F. Neuner, “Assisting war-torn populations - Should we prioritize reducing daily stressors to improve mental health? Comment on Miller and Rasmussen (2010)”, Social Science & Medicine, vol. 71, 2010, pp. 1381-1384.
Neuner, F.: Assisting war-torn populations - Should we prioritize reducing daily stressors to improve mental health? Comment on Miller and Rasmussen (2010). Social Science & Medicine. 71, 1381-1384 (2010).
Neuner, Frank. “Assisting war-torn populations - Should we prioritize reducing daily stressors to improve mental health? Comment on Miller and Rasmussen (2010)”. Social Science & Medicine 71.8 (2010): 1381-1384.

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