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Spirituality , Religiosity and Substance use : Evidence and Proposed Mechanisms

@inproceedings{Lucchetti2014SpiritualityR,
  title={Spirituality , Religiosity and Substance use : Evidence and Proposed Mechanisms},
  author={G. Lucchetti and A. G. Lucchetti},
  year={2014}
}
Cite this article: Lucchetti G, Granero Lucchetti AL (2014) Spirituality, Religiosity and Substance use: Evidence and Proposed Mechanisms. J Subst Abuse Alcohol 2(2): 1016. *Corresponding author Giancarlo Lucchetti, Federal University of Juiz de Fora and Brazilian Medical Spiritist Association, Avenue Eugenio do Nascimento s/n o, Don Bosco neighborhood Juiz de Fora, Brazil, Tel: 55 32 21023845; Email: 
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