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Relevance of brain imaging studies for social psychiatry

  • Thomas Becker and Ulrich Müller
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Indirizzo per la corrispondenza: Dr Thomas Becker, Department of Psychiatry, University of Leipzig, Liebigstrasse 22, D-04104 Leipzig (Germany). Fax +49(0)341-960.4662. E-mail: beckt@medizin.uni-leipzig.de

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Relevance of brain imaging studies for social psychiatry

  • Thomas Becker and Ulrich Müller

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