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Bogaerts, Tess, and Mario Pandelaere. “Less Is More: Why Some Domains Are More Positional Than Others.” JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC PSYCHOLOGY 39 (2013): 225–236. Print.
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Bogaerts, Tess, and Mario Pandelaere. 2013. “Less Is More: Why Some Domains Are More Positional Than Others.” Journal of Economic Psychology 39: 225–236.
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