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Section 18
Discrepancies between Implicit and Explicit Self-Concepts of Intelligence: Relations to Modesty, Narcissism, and Achievement Motivation

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- Gerstenberg, Friederike X.R., Roland Imhoff, Rainer Banse and Manfred Schmitt, Discrepancies between Implicit and Explicit Self-Concepts of Intelligence: Relations to Modesty, Narcissism, and Achievement Motivation, Frontiers of Psychology, 10 February 2014, p1-6.

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