To be or not to be...disabled: Priming effects on perceptions of warmth and competence

Eyssel FA, Zebrowitz LA (2011)
Presented at the 24. International Congress of Psychology, Berlin.

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Eyssel FA, Zebrowitz LA. To be or not to be..disabled: Priming effects on perceptions of warmth and competence. Presented at the 24. International Congress of Psychology, Berlin.
Eyssel, F. A., & Zebrowitz, L. A. (2011). To be or not to be..disabled: Priming effects on perceptions of warmth and competence. Presented at the 24. International Congress of Psychology, Berlin
Eyssel, F. A., and Zebrowitz, L. A. (2011).“To be or not to be..disabled: Priming effects on perceptions of warmth and competence”. Presented at the 24. International Congress of Psychology, Berlin.
Eyssel, F.A., & Zebrowitz, L.A., 2011. To be or not to be..disabled: Priming effects on perceptions of warmth and competence. Presented at the 24. International Congress of Psychology, Berlin.
F.A. Eyssel and L.A. Zebrowitz, “To be or not to be..disabled: Priming effects on perceptions of warmth and competence”, Presented at the 24. International Congress of Psychology, Berlin, PSYCHOLOGY PRESS, 2011.
Eyssel, F.A., Zebrowitz, L.A.: To be or not to be..disabled: Priming effects on perceptions of warmth and competence. Presented at the 24. International Congress of Psychology, Berlin (2011).
Eyssel, Friederike Anne, and Zebrowitz, Leslie A. “To be or not to be..disabled: Priming effects on perceptions of warmth and competence”. Presented at the 24. International Congress of Psychology, Berlin, PSYCHOLOGY PRESS, 2011.
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