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Stress-Related Growth after Dissolutions of Romantic Relationship: The Relationship between Growth, Adult Attachment Styles and the Position of Dissolution

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Title
Stress-Related Growth after Dissolutions of Romantic Relationship: The Relationship between Growth, Adult Attachment Styles and the Position of Dissolution
Published in
Japanese Journal of Personality, April 2017
DOI 10.2132/personality.26.1.6
Authors

中山 真, 橋本 剛, 吉田 俊和

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#9,033,810
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#124
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#8
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