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Stereotype Vorstellungen über eine gefährdete Person und unrealistisch optimistische Risikoeinschätzungen

Stereotype Vorstellungen über eine gefährdete Person und unrealistisch optimistische Risikoeinschätzungen

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RENNER, Britta, André HAHN, 1996. Stereotype Vorstellungen über eine gefährdete Person und unrealistisch optimistische Risikoeinschätzungen. In: Zeitschrift für Gesundheitspsychologie. 4(3), pp. 220-240

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