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Louise Bøttcher

Disability as a risk factor? development of psychopathology in children with disabilities

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Disability as a risk factor? development of psychopathology in children with disabilities. / Bøttcher, Louise; Dammeyer, Jesper.

I: Research in Developmental Disabilities, Bind 34, Nr. 10, 2013, s. 3607-3617.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskrift/Konferencebidrag i tidsskrift /Bidrag til avisReviewForskningpeer review

Harvard

Bøttcher, L & Dammeyer, J 2013, 'Disability as a risk factor? development of psychopathology in children with disabilities', Research in Developmental Disabilities, bind 34, nr. 10, s. 3607-3617.

APA

Bøttcher, L., & Dammeyer, J. (2013). Disability as a risk factor? development of psychopathology in children with disabilities. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 34(10), 3607-3617.

CBE

Bøttcher L, Dammeyer J. 2013. Disability as a risk factor? development of psychopathology in children with disabilities. Research in Developmental Disabilities. 34(10):3607-3617.

MLA

Bøttcher, Louise og Jesper Dammeyer. "Disability as a risk factor? development of psychopathology in children with disabilities". Research in Developmental Disabilities. 2013, 34(10). 3607-3617.

Vancouver

Bøttcher L, Dammeyer J. Disability as a risk factor? development of psychopathology in children with disabilities. Research in Developmental Disabilities. 2013;34(10):3607-3617.

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Bøttcher, Louise ; Dammeyer, Jesper. / Disability as a risk factor? development of psychopathology in children with disabilities. I: Research in Developmental Disabilities. 2013 ; Bind 34, Nr. 10. s. 3607-3617.

Bibtex

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