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CBT for schizophrenia: a critical viewpoint

  • S. Jauhar (a1), K. R. Laws (a2) and P. J. McKenna (a3)
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Author for correspondence: S. Jauhar, E-mail: sameer.jauhar@kcl.ac.uk

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CBT for schizophrenia: a critical viewpoint

  • S. Jauhar (a1), K. R. Laws (a2) and P. J. McKenna (a3)

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