A meta-analysis on the malleability of automatic gender stereotypes

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LENTON, Alison P., Martin BRUDER, Constantine SEDIKIDES, 2009. A meta-analysis on the malleability of automatic gender stereotypes. In: Psychology of Women Quarterly. 33(2), pp. 183-196. ISSN 0361-6843

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