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Tinder and location based dating. / Graff, Martin.

Romantic relationships: Perceptions, Social Influences and Gender Differences. gol. / Karla M. Hughes. Hauppage, NY : Nova Science Publishers, 2017. t. 17-32 Chapter 2 (Psychology of Emotions, Motivations and Actions).

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Graff, M 2017, Tinder and location based dating. yn KM Hughes (gol.), Romantic relationships: Perceptions, Social Influences and Gender Differences., Chapter 2, Psychology of Emotions, Motivations and Actions, Nova Science Publishers, Hauppage, NY, tt. 17-32.

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Graff, M. (2017). Tinder and location based dating. Yn K. M. Hughes (Gol.), Romantic relationships: Perceptions, Social Influences and Gender Differences (tt. 17-32). [Chapter 2] (Psychology of Emotions, Motivations and Actions). Hauppage, NY: Nova Science Publishers.

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Graff M. Tinder and location based dating. Yn Hughes KM, golygydd, Romantic relationships: Perceptions, Social Influences and Gender Differences. Hauppage, NY: Nova Science Publishers. 2017. t. 17-32. Chapter 2. (Psychology of Emotions, Motivations and Actions).

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Graff, Martin. / Tinder and location based dating. Romantic relationships: Perceptions, Social Influences and Gender Differences. Gol. / Karla M. Hughes. Hauppage, NY : Nova Science Publishers, 2017. tt. 17-32 (Psychology of Emotions, Motivations and Actions).

BibTeX

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