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Human content in affect-inducing stimuli : A secondary analysis of the International Affective Picture System

Human content in affect-inducing stimuli : A secondary analysis of the International Affective Picture System

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COLDEN, Albina, Martin BRUDER, Antony S. R. MANSTEAD, 2008. Human content in affect-inducing stimuli : A secondary analysis of the International Affective Picture System. Springer. In: Motivation and Emotion. 32(4), pp. 260-269. ISSN 0146-7239

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