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Erratum to: Psychosomatic complaints and sense of coherence among adolescents in a county in Sweden: a cross-sectional school survey

The Additional file 1 in this article [1] has been removed at the request of the copyright holder. Information about Antonovsky’s short 13-item version of the Sense of Coherence scale is available at http://www.salutogenesis.hv.se/eng/SOC_questionnaire.19.html.

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    Simonsson B, Nilsson KW, Leppert J, Diwan VK. Psychosomatic complaints and sense of coherence among adolescents in a county in Sweden: a cross-sectional school survey. BioPsychoSocial Medicine. 2008;2:4.

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Simonsson, B., Nilsson, K.W., Leppert, J. et al. Erratum to: Psychosomatic complaints and sense of coherence among adolescents in a county in Sweden: a cross-sectional school survey. BioPsychoSocial Med 9, 22 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1186/s13030-015-0050-4

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