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Chronically ill institutionalized children: psychosocial effects of prolonged hospitalization of the terminally sick child



Chronically ill institutionalized children: psychosocial effects of prolonged hospitalization of the terminally sick child



Social Science and Medicine. Medical Psychology and Medical Sociology 14a(3): 239-242




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DOI: 10.1016/s0271-7123(80)91757-5


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