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Let’s Be Ready: COVID-19 Related Restrictions Can Lead to an Outbreak of Social-Communication Problems in Children


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IssueVol 17 No 3 (2022) QRcode
SectionLetter to the Editor
DOI https://doi.org/10.18502/ijps.v17i3.9736
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Sadeghi S, Pouretemad HR. Let’s Be Ready: COVID-19 Related Restrictions Can Lead to an Outbreak of Social-Communication Problems in Children. Iran J Psychiatry. 2022;17(3):356-357.