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Aiding end-of-life medical decision-making: A Cardinal Issue Perspective

  • Haoyang Yan (a1), Stephanie K. Kukora (a2), Cynthia Arslanian-Engoren (a3), Patricia J. Deldin (a1) (a4), Kenneth Pituch (a2) and J. Frank Yates (a1)...
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Author for correspondence: Haoyang Yan, Department of Psychology, University of Michigan, 3071 East Hall, 530 Church Street, Ann Arbor, MI48109. E-mail: haoyangy@umich.edu

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Aiding end-of-life medical decision-making: A Cardinal Issue Perspective

  • Haoyang Yan (a1), Stephanie K. Kukora (a2), Cynthia Arslanian-Engoren (a3), Patricia J. Deldin (a1) (a4), Kenneth Pituch (a2) and J. Frank Yates (a1)...

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