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Hindsight bias after receiving self-relevant health risk information : A motivational perspective

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Hindsight bias after receiving self-relevant health risk information : A motivational perspective

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RENNER, Britta, 2003. Hindsight bias after receiving self-relevant health risk information : A motivational perspective. In: Memory. 11(4/5), pp. 455-472. Available under: doi: 10.1080/09658210244000531

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