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Does attitude acquisition in evaluative conditioning without explicit CS-US memory reflect implicit misattribution of affect?

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Bibliographic reference Mierop, Adrien ; Hütter, M. ; Stahl, C. ; Corneille, Olivier. Does attitude acquisition in evaluative conditioning without explicit CS-US memory reflect implicit misattribution of affect?. In: Cognition and Emotion, Vol. 33, no. 2, p. 173-184 (2019)
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