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Anxiolytics Use in the Families with (Non)dependent Member: Relation to Dependence Indicators, Self and Family Perceptions Including Social Neuroscience Perspective

By Maja Rus-Makovec, Karin Sernec and Velko S. Rus

Submitted: May 21st 2012Reviewed: September 11th 2012Published: January 16th 2013

DOI: 10.5772/53307

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Maja Rus-Makovec, Karin Sernec and Velko S. Rus (January 16th 2013). Anxiolytics Use in the Families with (Non)dependent Member: Relation to Dependence Indicators, Self and Family Perceptions Including Social Neuroscience Perspective, Mental Disorders Robert Woolfolk and Lesley Allen, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/53307. Available from:

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