volume 295, issue 6591, P225-226 1987
DOI: 10.1136/bmj.295.6591.225
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D. Newton

Abstract: 225 employment, associated with the station; leaving the area where a new reactor is built-an option that objectors to other environmental changes, such as an increase in noise, frequently chose; joining a local action group and seeking local support-for example, general practitioners could be an important source of support as could friends and relations; and cognitive restructuring-that is, if it was impossible to change circumstances it might be possible to change perceptions ofthem. (An example ofsuch pos…

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