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Responding to subliminal cues : do if-then plans facilitate action preparation and initiation without conscious intent?

Responding to subliminal cues : do if-then plans facilitate action preparation and initiation without conscious intent?

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BAYER, Ute C., Anja ACHTZIGER, Peter M. GOLLWITZER, Gordon B. MOSKOWITZ, 2009. Responding to subliminal cues : do if-then plans facilitate action preparation and initiation without conscious intent?. In: Social Cognition. 27(2), pp. 183-201

@article{Bayer2009Respo-10237, title={Responding to subliminal cues : do if-then plans facilitate action preparation and initiation without conscious intent?}, year={2009}, number={2}, volume={27}, journal={Social Cognition}, pages={183--201}, author={Bayer, Ute C. and Achtziger, Anja and Gollwitzer, Peter M. and Moskowitz, Gordon B.} }

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