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The Effect of Implicitly Incentivized Faking on Explicit and Implicit Measures of Doping Attitude : When Athletes Want to Pretend an Even More Negative Attitude to Doping

The Effect of Implicitly Incentivized Faking on Explicit and Implicit Measures of Doping Attitude : When Athletes Want to Pretend an Even More Negative Attitude to Doping

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WOLFF, Wanja, Sebastian SCHINDLER, Ralf BRAND, 2015. The Effect of Implicitly Incentivized Faking on Explicit and Implicit Measures of Doping Attitude : When Athletes Want to Pretend an Even More Negative Attitude to Doping. In: PLoS ONE. 10(4), e0118507. eISSN 1932-6203

@article{Wolff2015Effec-35776, title={The Effect of Implicitly Incentivized Faking on Explicit and Implicit Measures of Doping Attitude : When Athletes Want to Pretend an Even More Negative Attitude to Doping}, year={2015}, doi={10.1371/journal.pone.0118507}, number={4}, volume={10}, journal={PLoS ONE}, author={Wolff, Wanja and Schindler, Sebastian and Brand, Ralf}, note={Article Number: e0118507} }

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