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Assessment and treatment of cognitive impairments in patients with affective disorders

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Miskowiak, Kamilla ; Gjerullf-Hansen, Camilla ; Jensen, Maria ; Ott, Caroline ; Nielsen, Sandra. / Assessment and treatment of cognitive impairments in patients with affective disorders. I: Ugeskrift for Laeger. 2019 ; Bind 181, Nr. 45.

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