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Bonus Reading 5.1. Heat and Violence

Bonus Reading 5.1. Heat and Violence

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Summary of Anderson, C. (2001). Heat and violence. Current Directions in psychological science, 10, 33-38
Summary of Anderson, C. (2001). Heat and violence. Current Directions in psychological science, 10, 33-38

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