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When votes depend on who's listening: Voters' intragroup status and voting procedure predict representative endorsement in intergroup contexts

Bibliographic reference Pinto Teixeira, Càtia Noémia ; Demoulin, Stéphanie ; Yzerbyt, Vincent. When votes depend on who's listening: Voters' intragroup status and voting procedure predict representative endorsement in intergroup contexts. In: British Journal of Social Psychology, (2015)
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