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Ontwikkeld door: L.R. Derogatis (1975)

Nederlandse vertaling: W.A. Arrindell en J.H.M. Ettema (1986)


Ontwikkeld door: B. Andrews

Nederlandse vertaling: J.J. Baneke (2003)


Bijlage 1 Experience of Shame Scale

(ESS; B. Andrews et al, 2002; Ned. Vert. J.J. Baneke, 2003).

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