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Research Letter: From stress to paranoia: an experimental investigation of the moderating and mediating role of reasoning biases

  • TANIA M. LINCOLN (a1), NINA PETER (a1), MANUELA SCHÄFER (a1) and STEFFEN MORITZ (a2)
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Address for correspondence: Dr T. M. Lincoln Section for Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, Faculty of Psychology, Philipps-Universität Marburg, Gutenbergstr. 18, 35032 Marburg, Germany (Email: lincoln@staff.uni-marburg.de)
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