Psychophysiological responses of sport fans

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HILLMAN, Charles H., Bruce N. CUTHBERT, James CAURAUGH, Harald Thomas SCHUPP, Margaret M. BRADLEY, Peter J. LANG, 2000. Psychophysiological responses of sport fans. In: Motivation and Emotion. 24, pp. 13-28. Available under: doi: 10.1023/A:1005535508771

@article{Hillman2000Psych-10122, title={Psychophysiological responses of sport fans}, year={2000}, doi={10.1023/A:1005535508771}, volume={24}, journal={Motivation and Emotion}, pages={13--28}, author={Hillman, Charles H. and Cuthbert, Bruce N. and Cauraugh, James and Schupp, Harald Thomas and Bradley, Margaret M. and Lang, Peter J.} }

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