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Consistently biased: documented consistency in self-reported holiday healthfulness behaviors and associated social desirability bias

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Online attention

Altmetric score 35
  • 20 tweeters
  • 3 blogs
  • 1 news outlets
  • 3 Mendeley

This article is in the 93rd percentile (ranked 28,730th) of the 445,139 tracked articles of a similar age in all journals and the 81st percentile (ranked 33rd) of the 176 tracked articles of a similar age in Humanities and Social Sciences Communications

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