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The Behavioral Immune System Shapes Political Intuitions: Why and How Individual Differences in Disgust Sensitivity Underlie Opposition to Immigration

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The Behavioral Immune System Shapes Political Intuitions: Why and How Individual Differences in Disgust Sensitivity Underlie Opposition to Immigration. / Aarøe, Lene; Petersen, Michael Bang; Arceneaux, Kevin.

I: American Political Science Review, Bind 111, Nr. 2, 2017, s. 277-294.

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title = "The Behavioral Immune System Shapes Political Intuitions: Why and How Individual Differences in Disgust Sensitivity Underlie Opposition to Immigration",
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