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Priming Aggressive Thoughts - the Effect of the Anticipation of a Violent Movie Upon the Aggressive-behavior of the Spectators

Bibliographic reference Leyens, Jacques-Philippe ; Dunand, M.. Priming Aggressive Thoughts - the Effect of the Anticipation of a Violent Movie Upon the Aggressive-behavior of the Spectators. In: European Journal of Social Psychology, Vol. 21, no. 6, p. 507-516 (1991)
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