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This should be rather easy to find on google scholar, especially with the recent replicability crisis in social psychology. In particular, Bargh and Cesario has a few things to say in 'defense' of priming. You can start with Bargh's article, which is a response to this article by Bower. Cesario's article is here, and for an overview of the whole issue ...


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Because it it socially unacceptable to pick ones nose. However, we all do it at some point or another. Whether there is a tissue directly involved or not is another story. Also, typically people are alone in their car and due to "social inattention" (also called civil inattention https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Civil_inattention) they may assume that no one ...



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