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The Interpersonal and Social Dimensions of Emotion Regulation in Grief

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The Interpersonal and Social Dimensions of Emotion Regulation in Grief. / Ratcliffe, Matthew James; Byrne, Eleanor.

Grief Experience: Cultural, Existential and Phenomenological Perspectives. ed. / Allan Køster; Este Holte Kofod. London : Routledge, 2021.

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Harvard

Ratcliffe, MJ & Byrne, E 2021, The Interpersonal and Social Dimensions of Emotion Regulation in Grief. in A Køster & EH Kofod (eds), Grief Experience: Cultural, Existential and Phenomenological Perspectives. Routledge, London.

APA

Ratcliffe, M. J., & Byrne, E. (2021). The Interpersonal and Social Dimensions of Emotion Regulation in Grief. In A. Køster, & E. H. Kofod (Eds.), Grief Experience: Cultural, Existential and Phenomenological Perspectives Routledge.

Vancouver

Ratcliffe MJ, Byrne E. The Interpersonal and Social Dimensions of Emotion Regulation in Grief. In Køster A, Kofod EH, editors, Grief Experience: Cultural, Existential and Phenomenological Perspectives. London: Routledge. 2021

Author

Ratcliffe, Matthew James ; Byrne, Eleanor. / The Interpersonal and Social Dimensions of Emotion Regulation in Grief. Grief Experience: Cultural, Existential and Phenomenological Perspectives. editor / Allan Køster ; Este Holte Kofod. London : Routledge, 2021.

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