Unpredictability of Deception in Compliance With Physician- Prescribed Bronchodilator Inhaler Use in a Clinical Trial
Simmons, Michael S.
Nides, Mitchell A.
Rand, Cynthia S.
Wise, Robert A.
Tashkin, Donald P.
Chest 2002 August; 118(2): 290-295
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