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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
DOI: https://doi.org/10.33069/cim.2019.0002

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