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Cognitive-behavioural therapy for bipolar disorder

  • J. Scott (a1), E. Paykel (a2), R. Morriss (a3), R. Bentall (a4), P. Kinderman (a5), T. Johnson (a6), R. Abbott (a7) and H. Hayhurst (a7)...
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Cognitive-behavioural therapy for bipolar disorder

  • J. Scott (a1), E. Paykel (a2), R. Morriss (a3), R. Bentall (a4), P. Kinderman (a5), T. Johnson (a6), R. Abbott (a7) and H. Hayhurst (a7)...

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Cognitive-behavioural therapy for bipolar disorder

  • J. Scott (a1), E. Paykel (a2), R. Morriss (a3), R. Bentall (a4), P. Kinderman (a5), T. Johnson (a6), R. Abbott (a7) and H. Hayhurst (a7)...
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