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What do you mean by "European"? Evidence of spontaneous ingroup projection

Bibliographic reference Bianchi, Mauro ; Mummendey, Amelie ; Steffens, Melanie C. ; Yzerbyt, Vincent. What do you mean by "European"? Evidence of spontaneous ingroup projection. In: Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, Vol. 36, no. 7, p. 960-74 (2010)
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