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How we think they see us? Valence and difficulty of retrieval as moderators of the effect of meta-stereotype activation on intergroup orientations

Bibliographic reference Vazques, Alexandra ; Yzerbyt, Vincent ; Dovidio, John F. ; Gomez, Angel. How we think they see us? Valence and difficulty of retrieval as moderators of the effect of meta-stereotype activation on intergroup orientations. In: International Journal of Psychology, Vol. Février (2016)
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