Distinctiveness across topics in minority and majority influence: An attributional analysis and preliminary data.

Bohner G, Erb H-P, Reinhard M-A, Frank E (1996)
British Journal of Social Psychology 35: 27-46.

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Bohner G, Erb H-P, Reinhard M-A, Frank E. Distinctiveness across topics in minority and majority influence: An attributional analysis and preliminary data. British Journal of Social Psychology. 1996;35:27-46.
Bohner, G., Erb, H. - P., Reinhard, M. - A., & Frank, E. (1996). Distinctiveness across topics in minority and majority influence: An attributional analysis and preliminary data. British Journal of Social Psychology, 35, 27-46.
Bohner, G., Erb, H. - P., Reinhard, M. - A., and Frank, E. (1996). Distinctiveness across topics in minority and majority influence: An attributional analysis and preliminary data. British Journal of Social Psychology 35, 27-46.
Bohner, G., et al., 1996. Distinctiveness across topics in minority and majority influence: An attributional analysis and preliminary data. British Journal of Social Psychology, 35, p 27-46.
G. Bohner, et al., “Distinctiveness across topics in minority and majority influence: An attributional analysis and preliminary data.”, British Journal of Social Psychology, vol. 35, 1996, pp. 27-46.
Bohner, G., Erb, H.-P., Reinhard, M.-A., Frank, E.: Distinctiveness across topics in minority and majority influence: An attributional analysis and preliminary data. British Journal of Social Psychology. 35, 27-46 (1996).
Bohner, Gerd, Erb, Hans-Peter, Reinhard, Marc-André, and Frank, Elisabeth. “Distinctiveness across topics in minority and majority influence: An attributional analysis and preliminary data.”. British Journal of Social Psychology 35 (1996): 27-46.
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