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Psychological Aspects of Geographical Moves Paperback – Jul 30 2006


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'Het is de verdienste van dit boek dat op uitgebreide wijze aandacht wordt geschonken aan het feit dat lang niet iedereen zonder problemen huis en haard achterlaat. De samenstellers hebben gelijk dat hier sprake is van een onderbelicht probleem of wellicht zelfs een taboe.'[-]Jan Spijker, Maandblad Geestelijke Volksgezondheid --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

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Miranda van Tilburg is assistant professor of Medicine at the University of North Carolina, USA. Her research focuses on how emotions influence health.

Ad Vingerhoets is professor at the Department of Psychology and Health of Tilburg University, The Netherlands. His research focuses on emotions (including crying), stress and quality of life in relation to health and disease. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

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