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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 21, Number 2, 3 April 2014

The Role of Classical Conditioning in Sexual Compulsivity: A Pilot Study
pp. 75-91(17)
Authors: Hoffmann, Heather; Goodrich, David; Wilson, Molly; Janssen, Erick

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Deconstructing Mechanisms of Powerlessness for Clients Seeking Recovery: Learning to Be Powerless Over Addiction
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Authors: Mulhauser, Kyler R. W.; Struthers, William M.; Hook, Joshua N.; Pyykkonen, Benjamin A.; Womack, Stephanie D.; MacDonald, Mark

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pp. 184-186(3)
Author: Montgomery, James C.

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