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Psychiatrischer Beitrag

Missbrauchserfahrungen und erhöhte Rückfälligkeit – ein erster Versuch, einen Zusammenhang zu erfassen

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Voulgaris, A. Psychiatrischer Beitrag. Forens Psychiatr Psychol Kriminol (2020) doi:10.1007/s11757-019-00575-y

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