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GRANDGEORGE, Marine  and  HAUSBERGER, Martine. Human-animal relationships: from daily life to animal-assisted therapies. Ann. Ist. Super. Sanità [online]. 2011, vol.47, n.4, pp. 397-408. ISSN 0021-2571.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4415/ANN_11_04_12.

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