Preferences surf on the currents of words: Implicit verb causality influences evaluative conditioning.

Walter E, Langer T, Weil R, Komischke M (2010)
European Journal of Social Psychology 41: 17-22.

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Walter E, Langer T, Weil R, Komischke M. Preferences surf on the currents of words: Implicit verb causality influences evaluative conditioning. European Journal of Social Psychology. 2010;41:17-22.
Walter, E., Langer, T., Weil, R., & Komischke, M. (2010). Preferences surf on the currents of words: Implicit verb causality influences evaluative conditioning. European Journal of Social Psychology, 41, 17-22.
Walter, E., Langer, T., Weil, R., and Komischke, M. (2010). Preferences surf on the currents of words: Implicit verb causality influences evaluative conditioning. European Journal of Social Psychology 41, 17-22.
Walter, E., et al., 2010. Preferences surf on the currents of words: Implicit verb causality influences evaluative conditioning. European Journal of Social Psychology, 41, p 17-22.
E. Walter, et al., “Preferences surf on the currents of words: Implicit verb causality influences evaluative conditioning.”, European Journal of Social Psychology, vol. 41, 2010, pp. 17-22.
Walter, E., Langer, T., Weil, R., Komischke, M.: Preferences surf on the currents of words: Implicit verb causality influences evaluative conditioning. European Journal of Social Psychology. 41, 17-22 (2010).
Walter, E., Langer, Tina, Weil, R., and Komischke, M. “Preferences surf on the currents of words: Implicit verb causality influences evaluative conditioning.”. European Journal of Social Psychology 41 (2010): 17-22.
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