Paradigms, processes, parsimony, and predictive power: Arguments for a generic dual-process model

Bohner G, Siebler F (1999)
Psychological Inquiry 10: 113-118.

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Bohner G, Siebler F. Paradigms, processes, parsimony, and predictive power: Arguments for a generic dual-process model. Psychological Inquiry. 1999;10:113-118.
Bohner, G., & Siebler, F. (1999). Paradigms, processes, parsimony, and predictive power: Arguments for a generic dual-process model. Psychological Inquiry, 10, 113-118.
Bohner, G., and Siebler, F. (1999). Paradigms, processes, parsimony, and predictive power: Arguments for a generic dual-process model. Psychological Inquiry 10, 113-118.
Bohner, G., & Siebler, F., 1999. Paradigms, processes, parsimony, and predictive power: Arguments for a generic dual-process model. Psychological Inquiry, 10, p 113-118.
G. Bohner and F. Siebler, “Paradigms, processes, parsimony, and predictive power: Arguments for a generic dual-process model”, Psychological Inquiry, vol. 10, 1999, pp. 113-118.
Bohner, G., Siebler, F.: Paradigms, processes, parsimony, and predictive power: Arguments for a generic dual-process model. Psychological Inquiry. 10, 113-118 (1999).
Bohner, Gerd, and Siebler, Frank. “Paradigms, processes, parsimony, and predictive power: Arguments for a generic dual-process model”. Psychological Inquiry 10 (1999): 113-118.
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