Psykologiske, neurologiske og cellulære virkningsmekanismer ved mindfulnesstræning

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Psykologiske, neurologiske og cellulære virkningsmekanismer ved mindfulnesstræning. / Boutrup, Rasmus Jentoft; Jørgensen, Malene Munk; Gregersen, Niels; Frost, Lars; Aagaard, Heidi; Djernis, Dorthe; van der Velden, Anne Maj; Dahlgaard, Jesper.

I: Ugeskr for Læger, Bind 181, V11180784, 07.2019, s. 1-4.

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

Harvard

Boutrup, RJ, Jørgensen, MM, Gregersen, N, Frost, L, Aagaard, H, Djernis, D, van der Velden, AM & Dahlgaard, J 2019, 'Psykologiske, neurologiske og cellulære virkningsmekanismer ved mindfulnesstræning', Ugeskr for Læger, bind 181, V11180784, s. 1-4.

APA

Boutrup, R. J., Jørgensen, M. M., Gregersen, N., Frost, L., Aagaard, H., Djernis, D., van der Velden, A. M., & Dahlgaard, J. (2019). Psykologiske, neurologiske og cellulære virkningsmekanismer ved mindfulnesstræning. Ugeskr for Læger, 181, 1-4. [V11180784].

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MLA

Boutrup, Rasmus Jentoft o.a.. "Psykologiske, neurologiske og cellulære virkningsmekanismer ved mindfulnesstræning". Ugeskr for Læger. 2019, 181. 1-4.

Vancouver

Boutrup RJ, Jørgensen MM, Gregersen N, Frost L, Aagaard H, Djernis D o.a. Psykologiske, neurologiske og cellulære virkningsmekanismer ved mindfulnesstræning. Ugeskr for Læger. 2019 jul;181:1-4. V11180784.

Author

Boutrup, Rasmus Jentoft ; Jørgensen, Malene Munk ; Gregersen, Niels ; Frost, Lars ; Aagaard, Heidi ; Djernis, Dorthe ; van der Velden, Anne Maj ; Dahlgaard, Jesper. / Psykologiske, neurologiske og cellulære virkningsmekanismer ved mindfulnesstræning. I: Ugeskr for Læger. 2019 ; Bind 181. s. 1-4.

Bibtex

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