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Processing bias for terror-related stimuli and September 11th-related distress in college students.

Waters, A. J., Parrott, W. G., Mogg, K., Bradley, B. P., Fuller, M. C., & Wertz, J. M. "Processing bias for terror-related stimuli and September 11th-related distress in college students.." Psychological Reports 101 (2007): 787-795.

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