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The effects of optimal time of day on persuasion processes in older adults

Yoon, Carolyn ; Lee, Michelle P. ; Danziger, Shai

Psychology and Marketing, May 2007, Vol.24(5), pp.475-495 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Procedural priming effects on spontaneous inference formation

Kirmani, Amna ; Lee, Michelle P. ; Yoon, Carolyn

Journal of Economic Psychology, 2004, Vol.25(6), pp.859-875 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Disambiguating the Role of Ambiguity in Perceptual Assimilation and Contrast Effects

Lee, Michelle p. ; Suk, Kwanho

Journal of Consumer Research, 2010, Vol.36(5), pp.890-897 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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An integration of perspectives on aging and consumer decision making

Cole, Catherine A. ; Lee, Michelle P. ; Yoon, Carolyn

Journal of Consumer Psychology, January 2009, Vol.19(1), pp.35-37 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Consumer decision making and aging: Current knowledge and future directions

Yoon, Carolyn ; Cole, Catherine A. ; Lee, Michelle P.

Journal of Consumer Psychology, January 2009, Vol.19(1), pp.2-16 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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