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AFFECTECH: Personal Technologies for Affective Health. / Repetto, Claudia; Sas, Corina; Botella, Cristina; Riva, Giuseppe .

2017. Paper presented at The 15th European Congress of Psychology, 2017, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

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Repetto, C, Sas, C, Botella, C & Riva, G 2017, 'AFFECTECH: Personal Technologies for Affective Health', Paper presented at The 15th European Congress of Psychology, 2017, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 11/07/17 - 14/07/17.

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Repetto, C., Sas, C., Botella, C., & Riva, G. (2017). AFFECTECH: Personal Technologies for Affective Health. Paper presented at The 15th European Congress of Psychology, 2017, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

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Repetto C, Sas C, Botella C, Riva G. AFFECTECH: Personal Technologies for Affective Health. 2017. Paper presented at The 15th European Congress of Psychology, 2017, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

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Repetto, Claudia ; Sas, Corina ; Botella, Cristina ; Riva, Giuseppe . / AFFECTECH: Personal Technologies for Affective Health. Paper presented at The 15th European Congress of Psychology, 2017, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

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