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Perception of mind and dehumanization: Human, animal, or machine?

Bibliographic reference Morera, María D. ; Quiles, María N. ; Correa, Ana D. ; Delgado, Naira ; Leyens, Jacques-Philippe. Perception of mind and dehumanization: Human, animal, or machine?. In: International Journal of Psychology, (2016)
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