Using the implicit association test does not rule out an impact of conscious propositional knowledge on evaluative conditioning
Learning and Motivation 37 (2):176-187 (2006)
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|Keywords||*Associative Processes *Conditioning *Declarative Knowledge *Evaluation *Measurement Attitudes Conditioned Stimulus Learning Unconditioned Stimulus|
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