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Go no-go performance under psychosocial stress : Beneficial effects of implementation intentions

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SCHOLZ, Urte, Roberto LA MARCA, Urs M. NATER, Ingo ABERLE, Ulrike EHLERT, Rainer HORNUNG, Mike MARTIN, Matthias KLIEGEL, 2009. Go no-go performance under psychosocial stress : Beneficial effects of implementation intentions. In: Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 91(1), pp. 89-92. ISSN 1074-7427. eISSN 1095-9564

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