Participation in Trauma Research: Is There Evidence of Harm?
Griffin, Michael G.
Resick, Patricia A.
Waldrop, Angela E.
Mechanic, Mindy B.
Journal of Traumatic Stress 2003 June; 16(3): 221-228
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