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Stigma of mental illness, religious change, and explanatory models of mental illness among Jewish patients at a mental-health clinic in North Jerusalem



Stigma of mental illness, religious change, and explanatory models of mental illness among Jewish patients at a mental-health clinic in North Jerusalem



Mental Health Religion & Culture 11(2): 193-209




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DOI: 10.1080/13674670701202945


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