A selected bibliography of recent articles

  • J. Vansteenkiste


This bibliography consists exclusively of recent articles with immediate relevance to the subject of the seminar: training programs in medical sociology for behavioral scientists and physicians, evaluations of existing initiatives, theses, ideologies and wishful thinking about the future of medical sociology (particularly within the medical setting.)1


Medical Student Recent Article Behavioral Science Wishful Thinking Illness Behavior 
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