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Public Self-Focus and Sex Differences in Behavioral Self-Handicapping : Does Increasing Self-Threat Still Make it "Just a Man s Game?"

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Public Self-Focus and Sex Differences in Behavioral Self-Handicapping : Does Increasing Self-Threat Still Make it "Just a Man s Game?"

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HIRT, Edward R., Sean M. MCCREA, Charles E. KIMBLE, 2000. Public Self-Focus and Sex Differences in Behavioral Self-Handicapping : Does Increasing Self-Threat Still Make it "Just a Man s Game?". In: Personality and social psychology bulletin. 26(9), pp. 1131-1141. Available under: doi: 10.1177/01461672002611009

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