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Bullying Victimisation through an Interpersonal Lens: Focussing on Social Interactions and Risk for Depression

Rumination, Worry and Negative and Positive Affect in Prolonged Grief: A Daily Diary Study

Victims of Bullying: Emotion Recognition and Understanding

Formal representation of ambulatory assessment protocols in HTML5 for human readability and computer execution

Intra- and Interindividual Variability in the Behavioral, Affective, and Perceptual Effects of Alcohol Consumption in a Social Context

Moving science forward by increasing awareness of reporting and citation biases: a reply to Vrshek-Schallhorn et al. (2016)

Citation bias and selective focus on positive findings in the literature on the serotonin transporter gene (5-HTTLPR), life stress and depression

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