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Power and Categorization: Power Increases the Number and Abstractness of Categories, Social and Personality Psychoilogical Science

Type

Article

Author(s)

Pamela K. Smith, Rachel Smallman, Derek D. Rucker

Date Published

2016

Citations

Smith, K. Pamela, Rachel Smallman, and Derek D. Rucker. 2016. Power and Categorization: Power Increases the Number and Abstractness of Categories. Social and Personality Psychoilogical Science. 7(3): 281-289.

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