The role of psychologists in international migration research : Complementing other expertise and an interdisciplinary way forward. / Schwartz, Seth; Walsh, Sophie; Ward, Colleen; Tartakovsky, Eugene; Weisskirch, Robert; Vedder, Paul; Makarova, Elena; Bardi, Anat; Birman, Dina ; Oppedal, Brit; Benish-Weisman, Maya; Lorenzo-Blanco, Elma; Gu¨ ngo¨ r, Derya; Stevens, Gonneke; Benet-Martı´nez, Veronica; Titzmann, Peter; Silbereisen, Rainer; Geeraert, Nicolas.

In: Migration Studies, 24.01.2020, p. 1-18.

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The role of psychologists in international migration research : Complementing other expertise and an interdisciplinary way forward. / Schwartz, Seth; Walsh, Sophie; Ward, Colleen; Tartakovsky, Eugene; Weisskirch, Robert; Vedder, Paul; Makarova, Elena; Bardi, Anat; Birman, Dina ; Oppedal, Brit; Benish-Weisman, Maya; Lorenzo-Blanco, Elma; Gu¨ ngo¨ r, Derya; Stevens, Gonneke; Benet-Martı´nez, Veronica; Titzmann, Peter; Silbereisen, Rainer; Geeraert, Nicolas.

In: Migration Studies, 24.01.2020, p. 1-18.

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Schwartz, S, Walsh, S, Ward, C, Tartakovsky, E, Weisskirch, R, Vedder, P, Makarova, E, Bardi, A, Birman, D, Oppedal, B, Benish-Weisman, M, Lorenzo-Blanco, E, Gu¨ ngo¨ r, D, Stevens, G, Benet-Martı´nez, V, Titzmann, P, Silbereisen, R & Geeraert, N 2020, 'The role of psychologists in international migration research: Complementing other expertise and an interdisciplinary way forward', Migration Studies, pp. 1-18. https://doi.org/10.1093/migration/mnz054

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Schwartz, S., Walsh, S., Ward, C., Tartakovsky, E., Weisskirch, R., Vedder, P., Makarova, E., Bardi, A., Birman, D., Oppedal, B., Benish-Weisman, M., Lorenzo-Blanco, E., Gu¨ ngo¨ r, D., Stevens, G., Benet-Martı´nez, V., Titzmann, P., Silbereisen, R., & Geeraert, N. (2020). The role of psychologists in international migration research: Complementing other expertise and an interdisciplinary way forward. Migration Studies, 1-18. [mnz054]. https://doi.org/10.1093/migration/mnz054

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Schwartz S, Walsh S, Ward C, Tartakovsky E, Weisskirch R, Vedder P et al. The role of psychologists in international migration research: Complementing other expertise and an interdisciplinary way forward. Migration Studies. 2020 Jan 24;1-18. mnz054. https://doi.org/10.1093/migration/mnz054

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Schwartz, Seth ; Walsh, Sophie ; Ward, Colleen ; Tartakovsky, Eugene ; Weisskirch, Robert ; Vedder, Paul ; Makarova, Elena ; Bardi, Anat ; Birman, Dina ; Oppedal, Brit ; Benish-Weisman, Maya ; Lorenzo-Blanco, Elma ; Gu¨ ngo¨ r, Derya ; Stevens, Gonneke ; Benet-Martı´nez, Veronica ; Titzmann, Peter ; Silbereisen, Rainer ; Geeraert, Nicolas. / The role of psychologists in international migration research : Complementing other expertise and an interdisciplinary way forward. In: Migration Studies. 2020 ; pp. 1-18.

BibTeX

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