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Reply to: ‘To the editor: how statistics killed the cat’ – E. F. Torrey, R. H Yolken

  • F. Solmi (a1), J. F. Hayes (a1), G. Lewis (a1) and J. B. Kirkbride (a1)
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*Address for correspondence: F. Solmi, Ph.D., Division of Psychiatry, University College London, 6th Floor, Wing B, Maple House, 149 Tottenham Court Road, London W1T 7NF, UK. (Email: francesca.solmi@ucl.ac.uk)

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Reply to: ‘To the editor: how statistics killed the cat’ – E. F. Torrey, R. H Yolken

  • F. Solmi (a1), J. F. Hayes (a1), G. Lewis (a1) and J. B. Kirkbride (a1)
  • In response to commentaries on:

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