Attitude formation and change through association: An evaluative conditioning account

Walther E, Langer T (2008)
In: Attitudes and Attitude Change. Prisin R, Crano WB (Eds);New York: Psychology Press: 87-109.

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Walther E, Langer T. Attitude formation and change through association: An evaluative conditioning account. In: Prisin R, Crano WB, eds. Attitudes and Attitude Change. New York: Psychology Press; 2008: 87-109.
Walther, E., & Langer, T. (2008). Attitude formation and change through association: An evaluative conditioning account. In R. Prisin & W. B. Crano (Eds.), Attitudes and Attitude Change (pp. 87-109). New York: Psychology Press.
Walther, E., and Langer, T. (2008). “Attitude formation and change through association: An evaluative conditioning account” in Attitudes and Attitude Change, ed. R. Prisin and W. B. Crano (New York: Psychology Press), 87-109.
Walther, E., & Langer, T., 2008. Attitude formation and change through association: An evaluative conditioning account. In R. Prisin & W. B. Crano, eds. Attitudes and Attitude Change. New York: Psychology Press, pp. 87-109.
E. Walther and T. Langer, “Attitude formation and change through association: An evaluative conditioning account”, Attitudes and Attitude Change, R. Prisin and W.B. Crano, eds., New York: Psychology Press, 2008, pp.87-109.
Walther, E., Langer, T.: Attitude formation and change through association: An evaluative conditioning account. In: Prisin, R. and Crano, W.B. (eds.) Attitudes and Attitude Change. p. 87-109. Psychology Press, New York (2008).
Walther, E., and Langer, Tina. “Attitude formation and change through association: An evaluative conditioning account”. Attitudes and Attitude Change. Ed. R. Prisin and W.B. Crano. New York: Psychology Press, 2008. 87-109.
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