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Identification and measurement of work-related psychological injury : piloting the psychological injury risk indicator among frontline police.
Winwood, Peter C.
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Journal of occupational and environmental medicine [JOEM]: 2009, 51, n. 9 - September
From the Work and Stress Research Group (Drs. Winwood, Tuckey and Dollard), Centre for Applied Psychological Research, University of South Australia, Frome Road, Adelaide, Sourth Australia.
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