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information resource reference Herzog M, Sucec J, Vukovic M, Van Diest I, Van den Bergh O, von Leupoldt A. Experimental social rejection increases dyspnoea perception and neural processing of respiratory sensations in healthy subjects. Eur Respir J. 2019 Jan; 53(1).
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