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Context Effects of Radio Programming on Cognitive Processing of Embedded Advertisements

By Claire E. Norris and Andrew M. Colman


This is the author's final draft of the version published as Applied Cognitive Psychology, 10 (6), pp.473-486 and can also be accessed via

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Year: 1999
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