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Nymphomania: Sources and notes

- Site Dasa (Affective dependents and sexual anonymous): www.dasafrance.free.fr.

- Q. Debray, B. Granger, F. Azaïs, Sexual Disorders, Adult Psychopathology (4th edition) 2010, Pages 279-292.

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