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AlbarracĂ­n et al. (2008), Study 7, tested whether priming action or inaction goals, vs. no goal, and then satisfying those goals (compared to not satisfying them) would be associated with greater responding on a subsequent cognitive task. It was hypothesized that unsatisfied action and inaction goals would result in greater or lesser responding, respectively, compared to no goal. Results (N = 98) ...

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