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Infrahumanization or familiarity? Attribution of uniquely human emotions to the self, the ingroup, and the outgroup.

Bibliographic reference Cortes, Brezo P. ; Demoulin, Stéphanie ; Rodriguez, Ramon T. ; Rodriguez, Armando P. ; Leyens, Jacques-Philippe. Infrahumanization or familiarity? Attribution of uniquely human emotions to the self, the ingroup, and the outgroup.. In: Personality and social psychology bulletin, Vol. 31, no. 2, p. 243-53 (2005)
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