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King, Rosemarie, Carolyn Carlson, and Yvonne Shade-Zeldow (2001), "Transition to Home Care After Stroke: Depression, Physical Health, and Adaptive Processes in Support Persons", Research in Nursing and health, 24, 307-323 .
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