Implicit and explicit age stereotypes for specific life-domains across the life span: Distinct patterns and age group differences

Kornadt A, Meissner F, Rothermund K (2016)
Experimental Aging Research 42(2): 195-211.

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Kornadt A, Meissner F, Rothermund K. Implicit and explicit age stereotypes for specific life-domains across the life span: Distinct patterns and age group differences. Experimental Aging Research. 2016;42(2):195-211.
Kornadt, A., Meissner, F., & Rothermund, K. (2016). Implicit and explicit age stereotypes for specific life-domains across the life span: Distinct patterns and age group differences. Experimental Aging Research, 42(2), 195-211. doi:10.1080/0361073X.2016.1132899
Kornadt, A., Meissner, F., and Rothermund, K. (2016). Implicit and explicit age stereotypes for specific life-domains across the life span: Distinct patterns and age group differences. Experimental Aging Research 42, 195-211.
Kornadt, A., Meissner, F., & Rothermund, K., 2016. Implicit and explicit age stereotypes for specific life-domains across the life span: Distinct patterns and age group differences. Experimental Aging Research, 42(2), p 195-211.
A. Kornadt, F. Meissner, and K. Rothermund, “Implicit and explicit age stereotypes for specific life-domains across the life span: Distinct patterns and age group differences”, Experimental Aging Research, vol. 42, 2016, pp. 195-211.
Kornadt, A., Meissner, F., Rothermund, K.: Implicit and explicit age stereotypes for specific life-domains across the life span: Distinct patterns and age group differences. Experimental Aging Research. 42, 195-211 (2016).
Kornadt, Anna, Meissner, Franziska, and Rothermund, Klaus. “Implicit and explicit age stereotypes for specific life-domains across the life span: Distinct patterns and age group differences”. Experimental Aging Research 42.2 (2016): 195-211.

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