Comparative cognition of identity

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DELIUS, Juan, 1994. Comparative cognition of identity. XXV International Congress of Psychology. Brussels, 1992. In: BERTELSON, Paul, ed., Paul EELEN, ed., Gery D'YDEWALLE, ed.. International perspectives on psychological science : keynote lectures presented at the XXV International Congress of Psychology ; Brussels 1992. XXV International Congress of Psychology. Brussels, 1992. Hove [u.a.]:LEA, pp. 25-40. ISBN 0-86377-298-6

@inproceedings{Delius1994Compa-20652, title={Comparative cognition of identity}, year={1994}, isbn={0-86377-298-6}, address={Hove [u.a.]}, publisher={LEA}, booktitle={International perspectives on psychological science : keynote lectures presented at the XXV International Congress of Psychology ; Brussels 1992}, pages={25--40}, editor={Bertelson, Paul and Eelen, Paul and D'Ydewalle, Gery}, author={Delius, Juan} }

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