Exploring associations between diurnal cortisol, stress, coping and psychopathology in adolescents and young adults with 22q11.2 deletion syndrome

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    DOI
    10.26037/yareta:cudwhbeqmnhalolobz2q4eo2di
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    Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
Publication date21/01/2022
Retention date19/01/2032
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Contributors
  • Feller, Clémence
  • Schneider, Maude
  • Eliez, Stéphan
  • Sandi, Carmen
  • Micol, Eva
  • Delavari, Farnaz
  • Zanoletti, Olivia
  • Ilen, Laura
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