Self-regulation of priming effects on behavior

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GOLLWITZER, Peter, Paschal SHEERAN, Roman TRÖTSCHEL, Thomas WEBB, 2011. Self-regulation of priming effects on behavior. In: Psychological Science. 22(7), pp. 901-907. ISSN 0956-7976. eISSN 1467-9280. Available under: doi: 10.1177/0956797611411586

@article{Gollwitzer2011-07Selfr-17110, title={Self-regulation of priming effects on behavior}, year={2011}, doi={10.1177/0956797611411586}, number={7}, volume={22}, issn={0956-7976}, journal={Psychological Science}, pages={901--907}, author={Gollwitzer, Peter and Sheeran, Paschal and Trötschel, Roman and Webb, Thomas} }

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