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Subtyping and social consensus: The role of the audience in the maintenance of stereotypic beliefs

Bibliographic reference Carnaghi, Andréa ; Yzerbyt, Vincent. Subtyping and social consensus: The role of the audience in the maintenance of stereotypic beliefs. In: European journal of social psychology, Vol. 37, no. 5, p. 902-922 (2007)
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