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Trichotillomania: sources and notes

Expert Consultant: Dr. Ada Picard, Child Psychiatrist

Sources:

- JC Seznec. Trichotillomania: management in group therapy, Journal of Cognitive and Behavioral Therapy, Vol 15 - N ° HS1
P. 29-31 - December 2005.

- J. Adès, M. Lejoyeux. Behavioral addictions: compulsive shopping, sexual addictions, work addiction, kleptomania, pyromania, intermittent explosive disorder, trichotillomania, EMC Psychiatrist, 1999.

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