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Citations:

  • Patrick A. Stewart, Austin D. Eubanks, Reagan G. Dye, Zijian H. Gong, Erik P. Bucy, Robert H. Wicks, Scott Eidelman (2018)
    Candidate Performance and Observable Audience Response: Laughter and Applause–Cheering During the First 2016 Clinton–Trump Presidential Debate
    Frontiers in Psychology, 9
    https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2018.01182



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