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|Sleep-Related Attentional Bias to Word Stimuli in Patients with Insomnia Disorder|
|Soohyun Kim, Seong min Oh, Jeong Eun Jeon, Ha Young Lee, Inkyung Park, Juhyun Park, Mi hyun Lee, Yu Jin Lee|
Chronobiol Med. 2019;1(2):69-73. Published online June 21, 2019
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