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Au secours, tout va trop vite ! Nécessité d'une conceptualisation marketing de la pression temporelle chronique

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  • Jeanne Lallement

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  • Sarah Machat

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  • Jeanne Lallement & Sarah Machat, 2011. "Au secours, tout va trop vite ! Nécessité d'une conceptualisation marketing de la pression temporelle chronique," Post-Print hal-01675338, HAL.
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