The impact of perceived social norms on hand-washing behaviour in a UK student sample

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ConferenceEuropean Health Psychology Society Annual Conference
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityAberdeen
Period23/08/1627/08/16

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Williams, L., Dickie, R., & Rasmussen, S. (2016). The impact of perceived social norms on hand-washing behaviour in a UK student sample. Abstract from European Health Psychology Society Annual Conference, Aberdeen, United Kingdom.
Williams, Lynn ; Dickie, Rachel ; Rasmussen, Susan. / The impact of perceived social norms on hand-washing behaviour in a UK student sample. Abstract from European Health Psychology Society Annual Conference, Aberdeen, United Kingdom.
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Williams, L, Dickie, R & Rasmussen, S 2016, 'The impact of perceived social norms on hand-washing behaviour in a UK student sample' European Health Psychology Society Annual Conference, Aberdeen, United Kingdom, 23/08/16 - 27/08/16, .

The impact of perceived social norms on hand-washing behaviour in a UK student sample. / Williams, Lynn; Dickie, Rachel; Rasmussen, Susan.

2016. Abstract from European Health Psychology Society Annual Conference, Aberdeen, United Kingdom.

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