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Volume 17, Number 1, February 2011

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Going to the other extreme: Counterfactual thinking leads to polarised judgements
pp. 1-29(29)
Authors: Teigen, Karl Halvor; Kanten, Alf Børre; Terum, Jens Andreas

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Sentence memorability reveals the mental representations involved in processing spatial descriptions
pp. 30-56(27)
Authors: Fleming, Piers; Ball, Linden; Ormerod, Thomas; Collins, Alan

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Transitivity for height versus speed: To what extent do the under-7s really have a transitive capacity?
pp. 57-81(25)
Authors: Wright, Barlow; Robertson, Suzanne; Hadfield, Lucy

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