Implementation intentions: A look back at fifteen years of progress

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SCHWEIGER-GALLO, Inge, Peter M. GOLLWITZER, 2007. Implementation intentions: A look back at fifteen years of progress. In: Psicothema. 19(1), pp. 37-42

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