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The sleeper effect between psychotherapy orientations: a strategic argument of sustainability of treatment effects at follow-up

  • C. Flückiger (a1) and A. C. Del Re (a2)
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*Address for correspondence: Professor C. Flückiger, Ph.D., SwissBPP, Department of Psychology, Division of Psychological Interventions and Psychotherapy, University of Zürich, Binzmühlestrasse 14/04, CH-8050 Zürich, Switzerland. (Email: christoph.flueckiger@psychologie.uzh.ch)
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