Wetenschappelijke literatuur

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  • Wright, H.F., Hall, S., Hames, A., Hardiman, J., Mills, R., PAWS Team, & Mills, D.S. (2015). Aquiring a pet dog significantly reduces stress of primary carers for children with autism spectrum disorder: a prospective case control study. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 45, 2531-2540.
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