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We all live in Germany but ... Ingroup projection, group-based emotions and prejudice against immigrants

Bibliographic reference Kessler, Thomas ; Mummendey, Amelie ; Funke, Friedrich ; Brown, Rupert ; Binder, Jens ; et. al. We all live in Germany but ... Ingroup projection, group-based emotions and prejudice against immigrants. In: European Journal of Social Psychology, Vol. 40, no. 6, p. 985-997 (2010)
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