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Music to whose ears? The effect of social norms on young people's risk perceptions of hearing damage resulting from their music listening behavior

Gilliver Megan, Carter Lyndal, Macoun Denise, Rosen Jenny, Williams Warwick

Year : 2012| Volume: 14| Issue : 57 | Page no: 47-51

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