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 Von Baeyer, C. L., Forsyth, S. J., Stanford, E. A., Watson, M., & Chambers, C. T. (2009). Response biases in preschool children’s ratings of pain in hypothetical situations. European Journal of Pain, 13(2), 209-213.

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