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Impression valence constrains social explanations: The case of discounting versus conjunction effects, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Neal Roese, Michael W. Morris
Roese, Neal, and Michael W. Morris. 1999. Impression valence constrains social explanations: The case of discounting versus conjunction effects. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 77: 437-448.
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