Investigating university students’ attitudes towards infertility in terms of socio-demographic variables

2018-01-01
SİYEZ, DİĞDEM MÜGE
Seymenler, Seçil
KAĞNICI, DİLEK YELDA
ESEN, EROL
BARAN, BAHAR
SİYEZ, ENDER

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Citation Formats
D. M. SİYEZ, S. Seymenler, D. Y. KAĞNICI, E. ESEN, B. BARAN, and E. SİYEZ, “Investigating university students’ attitudes towards infertility in terms of socio-demographic variables,” Health Psychology Report, pp. 0–0, 2018, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/56225.