Experienced facial masking indirectly compromises quality of life through stigmatization of women and men with Parkinson’s disease.

Hui-ing Ma, Sarah D. Gunnery, Michael T. Stevenson, Marie Saint-hilaire, Cathi A. Thomas, Linda Tickle-degnen

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Publication statusPublished - 2019 Mar 4

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Ma, Hui-ing ; Gunnery, Sarah D. ; Stevenson, Michael T. ; Saint-hilaire, Marie ; Thomas, Cathi A. ; Tickle-degnen, Linda. / Experienced facial masking indirectly compromises quality of life through stigmatization of women and men with Parkinson’s disease. In: Stigma and Health. 2019.
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