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Brief Research Report

Sense of Coherence and Physical Health. A “Copenhagen Interpretation” of Antonovsky's SOC Concept

Interuniversity College for Health and Development Graz, Castle of Seggau, Austria

Received 5 March 2008; Revised 26 March 2008; Accepted 1 April 2008

Academic Editor: Joav Merrick

Copyright © 2008 P. Christian Endler et al.

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