Relationship between the perceived social support and catastrophization in individuals with chronic knee pain
Relação entre suporte social percebido e catastrofização em indivíduos com dor crônica do joelho
Bruna Almeida; Adriana Capela; Joana Pinto; Vânia Santos; Cândida G. Silva; Marlene Cristina Neves Rosa
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