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Perceived Knowledge Moderates the Relation between Subjective Ambivalence and the ‘Impact’ of Attitudes: An Attitude Strength Perspective, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin

Type

Article

Author(s)

Laura Wallace, Kathleen Patton, Andrew Luttrell, Vanessa Sawicki, Lee Fabrigar, Jacob Teeny, Tara MacDonald, Richard E. Petty, Duane Wegener

Date Published

2019

Citations

Wallace, Laura, Kathleen Patton, Andrew Luttrell, Vanessa Sawicki, Lee Fabrigar, Jacob Teeny, Tara MacDonald, Richard E. Petty, and Duane Wegener. 2019. Perceived Knowledge Moderates the Relation between Subjective Ambivalence and the ‘Impact’ of Attitudes: An Attitude Strength Perspective. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 46(5): 709-22.

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