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The findings are part of a thorough review of more than 60 peer-reviewed papers on the topic of social isolation and mental health in children.More
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The findings appeared in the International Business Review.
The study was released in Justice Quarterly.
The study was authored by Michael Siering, Jan Muntermann, and Miha Grčar.
The study was authored by Joowon Park, Clarence Lee, and Manoj Thomas.
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The study was made available online in the Journal of Studies on Alcohol & Drugs.More
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