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The personal/group discrimination discrepancy: The role of informational complexity, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin
Kimberly A. Quinn, Neal Roese, Ginger Pennington, James M. Olson
Quinn, Kimberly A., Neal Roese, Ginger Pennington, and James M. Olson. 1999. The personal/group discrimination discrepancy: The role of informational complexity. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 25: 1430-1440.
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