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Mental Health Disorders and Work-life Balance

  • Natalie M. Schmitt
  • Andreas Fuchs
  • Wilhelm Kirch

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Mental Health Mental Health Problem Child Care Disability Pension Mental Health Disorder 
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Further Publications and Links Relevant to Mental Health and Work-Life Balance

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Natalie M. Schmitt
  • Andreas Fuchs
  • Wilhelm Kirch

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