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Editorial
. 2018 Jun;7(3):207-210.
doi: 10.1007/s40037-018-0420-2.

Using Rhetorical Appeals to Credibility, Logic, and Emotions to Increase Your Persuasiveness

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Using Rhetorical Appeals to Credibility, Logic, and Emotions to Increase Your Persuasiveness

Lara Varpio. Perspect Med Educ. .
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