Facial expressions of emotion: does the prototype represent central tendency, frequency of instantiation, or an ideal?

Horstmann G (2002)
Emotion 2(3): 297-305.

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Horstmann G. Facial expressions of emotion: does the prototype represent central tendency, frequency of instantiation, or an ideal? Emotion. 2002;2(3):297-305.
Horstmann, G. (2002). Facial expressions of emotion: does the prototype represent central tendency, frequency of instantiation, or an ideal? Emotion, 2(3), 297-305.
Horstmann, G. (2002). Facial expressions of emotion: does the prototype represent central tendency, frequency of instantiation, or an ideal? Emotion 2, 297-305.
Horstmann, G., 2002. Facial expressions of emotion: does the prototype represent central tendency, frequency of instantiation, or an ideal? Emotion, 2(3), p 297-305.
G. Horstmann, “Facial expressions of emotion: does the prototype represent central tendency, frequency of instantiation, or an ideal?”, Emotion, vol. 2, 2002, pp. 297-305.
Horstmann, G.: Facial expressions of emotion: does the prototype represent central tendency, frequency of instantiation, or an ideal? Emotion. 2, 297-305 (2002).
Horstmann, Gernot. “Facial expressions of emotion: does the prototype represent central tendency, frequency of instantiation, or an ideal?”. Emotion 2.3 (2002): 297-305.
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