Goal Achievement : the Role of Intentions

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GOLLWITZER, Peter M., 1993. Goal Achievement : the Role of Intentions. In: European Review of Social Psychology. 4(1), pp. 141-185. ISSN 1046-3283. eISSN 1479-277X

@article{Gollwitzer1993Achie-28195, title={Goal Achievement : the Role of Intentions}, year={1993}, doi={10.1080/14792779343000059}, number={1}, volume={4}, issn={1046-3283}, journal={European Review of Social Psychology}, pages={141--185}, author={Gollwitzer, Peter M.} }

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