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Low perceived control as a risk factor for episodic memory : the mediational role of anxiety and task interference

Bibliographic reference Lachman, Margie E. ; Agrigoroaei, Stefan. Low perceived control as a risk factor for episodic memory : the mediational role of anxiety and task interference. In: Memory and Cognition, Vol. 40, no.2, p. 287-296 (2011)
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