The Stability of Extreme Response Style and Acquiescence Over 8 Years


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WETZEL, Eunike, Oliver LUDTKE, Ingo ZETTLER, Jan R. BOEHNKE, 2016. The Stability of Extreme Response Style and Acquiescence Over 8 Years. In: Assessment. 23(3), pp. 279-291. ISSN 1073-1911. eISSN 1552-3489. Available under: doi: 10.1177/1073191115583714

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