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База данни с научна литература (библиографски данни): Съдържа публикувани анализи и резултати от проучвания, свързани с ефектите на кризата, породена от COVID-19 и публикации с пряко отношение към ключови елементи от изследователския модел и методологията на проект „Социалнопсихологични ефекти на кризата, породена от COVID-19: възприет стрес и динамика на преживяванията“. Списъкът от източници подлежи на разширяване и актуализация.

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