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The affective primacy hypothesis: Affective or cognitive processing of optimally and suboptimally presented primes?

(1996) PSYCHOLOGICA BELGICA. 36(4). p.209-219
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KEMPS, EBF, et al. “The Affective Primacy Hypothesis: Affective or Cognitive Processing of Optimally and Suboptimally Presented Primes?” PSYCHOLOGICA BELGICA, vol. 36, no. 4, 1996, pp. 209–19.
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KEMPS, E., Erauw, K., & Vandierendonck, A. (1996). The affective primacy hypothesis: Affective or cognitive processing of optimally and suboptimally presented primes? PSYCHOLOGICA BELGICA, 36(4), 209–219.
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KEMPS, EBF, Kris Erauw, and André Vandierendonck. 1996. “The Affective Primacy Hypothesis: Affective or Cognitive Processing of Optimally and Suboptimally Presented Primes?” PSYCHOLOGICA BELGICA 36 (4): 209–19.
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KEMPS, EBF, Kris Erauw, and André Vandierendonck. 1996. “The Affective Primacy Hypothesis: Affective or Cognitive Processing of Optimally and Suboptimally Presented Primes?” PSYCHOLOGICA BELGICA 36 (4): 209–219.
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KEMPS E, Erauw K, Vandierendonck A. The affective primacy hypothesis: Affective or cognitive processing of optimally and suboptimally presented primes? PSYCHOLOGICA BELGICA. 1996;36(4):209–19.
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E. KEMPS, K. Erauw, and A. Vandierendonck, “The affective primacy hypothesis: Affective or cognitive processing of optimally and suboptimally presented primes?,” PSYCHOLOGICA BELGICA, vol. 36, no. 4, pp. 209–219, 1996.
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  issn         = {{0033-2879}},
  journal      = {{PSYCHOLOGICA BELGICA}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  number       = {{4}},
  pages        = {{209--219}},
  title        = {{The affective primacy hypothesis: Affective or cognitive processing of optimally and suboptimally presented primes?}},
  volume       = {{36}},
  year         = {{1996}},
}

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