Television and Children: Program Evaluation, Comprehension, and Impact

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Author Index
Page numbers in italics denote pages with complete bibliographic information
A
Ables, R. P., 231
Alexander, A., 92, 93, 229
Alpert, W. S., 17, 228
Anderson, A., 39, 239
Anderson, D. R., 1, 2, 40, 117, 166, 218, 220, 221, 228, 229, 230, 231, 234, 235, 238
Anderson, J., 9, 117, 125, 208, 228
Archer, J., 126, 212, 228
Atkin, C., 18, 45, 228

B
Babrow, A. S., 39, 228
Baddelely, A. D., 223, 226, 228
Ball, S., 92, 93, 228, 229
Bargh, J. A., 4, 208, 209, 228, 229, 234
Barrington, T. M., 96, 236
Benbow, C. P., 126, 229
Benet, J., 238
Berkowitz, L., 3, 229
Berry, C., 18, 156, 204, 229, 233
Bjork, R. A., 198, 234
Blaxton, T. A., 197, 229
Blumler, J., 220, 229, 233
Boadu, S. O., 11, 230
Bogatz, G. A., 92, 93, 228, 229
Boon, J., 125, 232
Bostrum, R. N., 238
Bouthilet, L., 230, 234
Bower, G. A., 228
Boyanowsky, E. O., 61, 229
Boyd, D., 12, 57, 62, 236
Bradae, J. J., 230
Brainerd, C. J., 125, 229
Bransford, J. D., 200, 229
Brice, P., 43, 231
Brown, A. L., 200, 229
Brown, D., 92, 93, 229
Brown, J. D., 4, 231-232
Brown, M. H., 56, 229, 238
Brown, R., 233
Bruner, J., 3, 229
Bryant, J., 2, 3, 13, 20, 89, 92, 93, 211, 226, 228, 229, 230, 231, 232, 234, 236, 237, 238
Bull, R., 125, 232
Burns, J., 198, 218, 229, 236

C
Cairns, E., 19, 229
Calvert, S., 8, 229-230
Campione, J. C., 200, 229
Cantor, C., 45, 234
Cantor, J., 5, 45, 200, 230, 234, 238, 239
Cantor, N., 234
Cappella, J. N., 223, 230

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