When linking is stronger than thinking: Associative transfer of valence disrupts the emergence of cognitive balance after attitude change

Langer T, Walther E, Gawronski B, Blank H (2009)
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 45(6): 1232-1237.

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Langer T, Walther E, Gawronski B, Blank H. When linking is stronger than thinking: Associative transfer of valence disrupts the emergence of cognitive balance after attitude change. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 2009;45(6):1232-1237.
Langer, T., Walther, E., Gawronski, B., & Blank, H. (2009). When linking is stronger than thinking: Associative transfer of valence disrupts the emergence of cognitive balance after attitude change. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 45(6), 1232-1237.
Langer, T., Walther, E., Gawronski, B., and Blank, H. (2009). When linking is stronger than thinking: Associative transfer of valence disrupts the emergence of cognitive balance after attitude change. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 45, 1232-1237.
Langer, T., et al., 2009. When linking is stronger than thinking: Associative transfer of valence disrupts the emergence of cognitive balance after attitude change. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 45(6), p 1232-1237.
T. Langer, et al., “When linking is stronger than thinking: Associative transfer of valence disrupts the emergence of cognitive balance after attitude change”, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, vol. 45, 2009, pp. 1232-1237.
Langer, T., Walther, E., Gawronski, B., Blank, H.: When linking is stronger than thinking: Associative transfer of valence disrupts the emergence of cognitive balance after attitude change. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 45, 1232-1237 (2009).
Langer, Tina, Walther, E., Gawronski, B., and Blank, H. “When linking is stronger than thinking: Associative transfer of valence disrupts the emergence of cognitive balance after attitude change”. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 45.6 (2009): 1232-1237.
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