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Plescia, I.: “From me was Posthumus ript”: Cymbeline and the Extraordinary Birth. In: Garbero, M., Isenberg, N., Pennacchia, M. (eds.). Questioning Bodies in Shakespeare’s Rome. V&R, Goettingen, 2010, 135

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Acta Microbiologica et Immunologica Hungarica
Authors: Ana P. Rodrigues, A. R. M. Holanda, G. P. Lustosa, S. M. B. Nóbrega, Willma J. Santana, Luciana B. S. Souza, and H. D. M. Coutinho

Ledermann, W.: Shakespeare y la prodigiosa historia de Serratia marcescens como marcador biológico. Rev Chil Infect. Edición aniversario; 74-75 (2003). Shakespeare y la prodigiosa historia de Serratia marcescens como marcador

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: W. B. Saunders Gilchrist, S., Davidson, J., & Shakespeare-Finch, J. (2007). Dream emotions, waking emotions, personality characteristics and well-being — A positive psychology approach. Dreaming, 17 , 172

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strategies, social support, and attachment style with posttraumatic growth in cancer survivors . Journal of Health Psychology , 17 ( 7 ), 1033 – 1040 . Shakespeare-Finch , J. , & Lurie

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Ten myths (or facts?) about workaholism: An appetitive motivation framework

Commentary on: Ten myths about work addiction (Griffiths et al., 2018)

Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Author: Steve Sussman

Addiction is a New Behavioral Addiction Alcoholism has been widely noted in historical writings (e.g., the Roman Empire, Shakespeare, and Abraham Lincoln), and scientific research on it began 150 years ago or so ( Sussman, 2017 ). Conversely, leading

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