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“I do the dishes; you mow the lawn”: gender effects in stereotypically feminine negotiation tasks

Bibliographic reference Demoulin, Stéphanie ; Pinto Teixeira, Càtia Noémia. “I do the dishes; you mow the lawn”: gender effects in stereotypically feminine negotiation tasks. In: Revue Internationale de Psychologie Sociale, Vol. 29, no.1, p. 105-112 (2016)
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