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“Defining ‘peerness’ in peer-delivered health and wellness interventions for
serious mental illness”: Correction to Muralidharan et al. (2017).
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Reports an error in “Defining “peerness” in peer-delivered health and wellness
interventions for serious mental illness”: Response to letter to the editor” by
Jody Silver and Patricia B. Nemec (Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 2017[Mar],
Vol 40, 116). The article was mislabeled as Editorial and should be a Comment.
The Response to Letter to the Editor section should be a Reply and now has its
own http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/ h0101580. (The following abstract of the original
article appeared in record 2017-13876-001.) Replies to comments by Muralidharan
et al (see record 2017-13255-009) on the original article by Silver and Nemec
(see record 2016-43088-001). The original authors thank the commentators for
raising additional questions regarding “peerness.” They were honored that their
paper prompted this thought and effort to submit comments. (PsycINFO Database
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