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Apathy: sources and notes

> Benoit M, Robert P. Clinical and neurophysiological aspects of depression and apathy. The encephalon, 2007, 33 notebook 3.

> Dujardin K. Apathy and neuro-degenerative pathologies: physiopathology, diagnostic evaluation and treatment. Neurol Review, 2007; 163: 5.

> Del-Monte J, Capdevielle D, Gély-Nargeot MC et al. Evolution of the concept of apathy: the need for a multifactorial approach in schizophrenia. The encephalon, 2013.

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