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2. Kirby, E. D., Williams, V. P., Hocking, M. C., Lane, J. D., & Williams, R. B. Psychosocial benefits of three formats of a standardized behavioral stress management program. Psychosomatic Medicine. 2006;(68): 816-823.
3. Campo, A. E., Williams, V. P., Williams, R. B., Segundo, M. A., Lydston, D., & Weiss, S. M. Effects of LifeSkills training on medical students' performance in dealing with complex clinical cases. Academic Psychiatry. 2008;(32): 188-194.
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5. Stauder, A., Thege, B. K., Kovács, M. E., Balog, P., Williams, V. P., & Williams, R. B. Worldwide stress: Different problems, similar solutions? Cultural adaptation and evaluation of a standardized stress management program in Hungary. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine. 2010;(17): 25-32.
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