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Received: from SOUTH-STATION-ANNEX.MIT.EDU by po6.MIT.EDU (5.61/4.7) id AA23307; Sat, 17 Sep 94 14:22:46 EDT Received: from sifon.CC.McGill.CA by MIT.EDU with SMTP id AA03612; Sat, 17 Sep 94 14:22:36 EDT Received: from (hebb.Psych.McGill.CA []) by sifon.CC.McGill.CA (8.6.8/8.6.6) with SMTP id OAA02722; Sat, 17 Sep 1994 14:22:31 -0400 Received: from [] ( by (4.1/SMI-4.1) id AA12356; Sat, 17 Sep 94 14:31:29 EDT Date: Sat, 17 Sep 94 14:31:28 EDT Message-Id: <> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable To: ""Jonathan.G.Harris@MIT.EDU, Dept.of.Chem.Eng@MIT.EDU, MIT"" From: (Maggie Bruck) Subject: Re: Bibliography for brief References Ackil, J., & Zaragoza, M. (1994). A study of age differences in suggestibility: Do children make more source misattributions than= adults? Submitted for publication =20 Baker-Ward, L., Gordon, B., Ornstein, P. A., Larus, D., & Clubb,= P. (1993). 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