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Arora, A., Sandhu, H.S. & Brasch, J. Authors’ Response to Comment on “The Potential Effect of the Psychiatric Clerkship and Contact-Based Hypothesis on Explicit and Implicit Stigmatizing Attitudes of Canadian Medical Students Towards Mental Illness”. Acad Psychiatry (2020) doi:10.1007/s40596-020-01181-5