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No evidence of age-related increases in unconscious plagiarism during free recall

Bibliographic reference Perfect, Timothy John ; Defeldre, Anne-Catherine ; Elliman, Rachel ; Dehon, Hedwige. No evidence of age-related increases in unconscious plagiarism during free recall. In: Memory, Vol. 19, no. 5, p. 514-528 (2011)
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