Internet advertising: A selectivity model approach to analyzing gender differences in information processing.
|Authors:||Wolin, Lori D.|
|Institutions:||Florida Atlantic University|
|Subject:||Business Administration | Marketing | Psychology | Cognitive | Mass Communications|
|Type of publication:||Other|
Dissertation Abstracts International
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