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Overcoming correlational pitfalls: Experimental evidence suggests that evaluative conditioning occurs for explicit but not implicit encoding of CS-US pairings

Bibliographic reference Dedonder, Jonathan ; Corneille, Olivier ; Bertinchamps, Denis ; Yzerbyt, Vincent. Overcoming correlational pitfalls: Experimental evidence suggests that evaluative conditioning occurs for explicit but not implicit encoding of CS-US pairings. In: Social Psychological and Personality Science, Vol. 5, no.2, p. 250-257 (2014)
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