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Published on 08.01.19 in Vol 6, No 1 (2019): January

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Works citing "Web-Based Measure of Life Events Using Computerized Life Events and Assessment Record (CLEAR): Preliminary Cross-Sectional Study of Reliability, Validity, and Association With Depression"

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  1. Rahmani J, Karimi R, Mohtasham F, Sabour S. Comment on “Web-Based Measure of Life Events Using Computerized Life Events and Assessment Record (CLEAR): Preliminary Cross-Sectional Study of Reliability, Validity, and Association With Depression”: Validity and Methodological Issues. JMIR Mental Health 2020;7(5):e14505
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  2. Bifulco A. Author’s Reply to: Comment on “Web-Based Measure of Life Events Using Computerized Life Events and Assessment Record (CLEAR): Preliminary Cross-Sectional Study of Reliability, Validity, and Association With Depression”: Validity and Methodological Issues. JMIR Mental Health 2020;7(5):e15434
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  3. Spence R, Kagan L, Bifulco A. A contextual approach to trauma experience: lessons from life events research. Psychological Medicine 2019;49(09):1409
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  4. Bifulco A, Schimmenti A. Assessing child abuse: “We need to talk!”. Child Abuse & Neglect 2019;98:104236
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  5. Bifulco A, Kagan L, Spence R, Nunn S, Bailey‐Rodriguez D, Hosang G, Taylor M, Fisher HL. Characteristics of severe life events, attachment style, and depression – Using a new online approach. British Journal of Clinical Psychology 2019;58(4):427
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