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(p. 209) Nonverbal Deficits and Interpersonal Regulation in Alcoholics 

(p. 209) Nonverbal Deficits and Interpersonal Regulation in Alcoholics
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(p. 209) Nonverbal Deficits and Interpersonal Regulation in Alcoholics
Author(s):

Pierre Philippot

, Charles Kornreich

, and Sylvie Blairy

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195141092.003.0009
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date: 03 July 2022

Chapter 9 presents research on the nonverbal deficits in alcoholics as well as a model that establishes the importance of deficits in nonverbal skills in the onset and maintenance of alcoholism.

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