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Four Decades of Research on Alexithymia: Moving Toward Clinical Applications

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Four Decades of Research on Alexithymia: Moving Toward Clinical Applications

Dalya Samur et al. Front Psychol.

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Keywords: alexithymia; emotion processing; implications; neurofeedback; oxytocin; treatment.

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