Who benefits from imagined intergroup contact? Contact experiences moderate the effects of imagined contact on intergroup bias

Kuchenbrandt D, Eyssel FA (2012)
Presented at the Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society for Political Psychology, Chicago.

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Kuchenbrandt D, Eyssel FA. Who benefits from imagined intergroup contact? Contact experiences moderate the effects of imagined contact on intergroup bias. Presented at the Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society for Political Psychology, Chicago.
Kuchenbrandt, D., & Eyssel, F. A. (2012). Who benefits from imagined intergroup contact? Contact experiences moderate the effects of imagined contact on intergroup bias. Presented at the Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society for Political Psychology, Chicago
Kuchenbrandt, D., and Eyssel, F. A. (2012).“Who benefits from imagined intergroup contact? Contact experiences moderate the effects of imagined contact on intergroup bias”. Presented at the Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society for Political Psychology, Chicago.
Kuchenbrandt, D., & Eyssel, F.A., 2012. Who benefits from imagined intergroup contact? Contact experiences moderate the effects of imagined contact on intergroup bias. Presented at the Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society for Political Psychology, Chicago.
D. Kuchenbrandt and F.A. Eyssel, “Who benefits from imagined intergroup contact? Contact experiences moderate the effects of imagined contact on intergroup bias”, Presented at the Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society for Political Psychology, Chicago, 2012.
Kuchenbrandt, D., Eyssel, F.A.: Who benefits from imagined intergroup contact? Contact experiences moderate the effects of imagined contact on intergroup bias. Presented at the Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society for Political Psychology, Chicago (2012).
Kuchenbrandt, Dieta, and Eyssel, Friederike Anne. “Who benefits from imagined intergroup contact? Contact experiences moderate the effects of imagined contact on intergroup bias”. Presented at the Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society for Political Psychology, Chicago, 2012.
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