Letter to the Editor

Gender Differences in Self-Efficacy, Resilience, and Social Sup-port among Infertile Iranian Couples: A Dyadic Approach

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Hosseini M, Sepidarkish M, Omani-Samani R, Maroufizadeh S. Gender Differences in Self-Efficacy, Resilience, and Social Sup-port among Infertile Iranian Couples: A Dyadic Approach. Iran J Public Health. 50(6):1295-1297.