A Cognitive Psychology of Mass Communication

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Author Index

A
Abel, E., 199
Abel, G. G., 306
Abelman, R., 22, 36
Abernethy, A. M., 96
Abramson, P. R., 292, 302
Adams, M. S., 184
Adams, S. M., 309
Aday, S., 216
Adler, I., 28
Aggleton, J. P., 36
Ahn, W. K., 36
Ahrens, A. B., 143
Aidman, A. J., 292
Alali, A. O., 220
Alesandrini, K. L., 106
Alexander, A., 297
AlfiniJ. J., 212
Allen, M., 26, 306, 314
Allred, E., 182
Alperstein, N., 103
Alvarado, M., 145
Alwitt, L., 251
Amaral, R., 252
Anderson, C. A., 256, 279, 281, 367
Anderson, D. R., 7, 25, 36, 40, 131, 133, 135
Anderson, J. A., 147
Anderson, P. A., 247
Anderson, P. T., 81
Anderson, R. A., 314
Anderson, R. L., 292
Andreasen, M. S., 7
Andren, G., 40
Andsager, J. L., 339
Appiah, O., 69
Appleton, H., 131
Apter, M. J., 46
Arkin, E. B., 335
Armfield, G. G., 254
Arms, R. L., 170
Armstrong, E. G., 184
Armstrong, G. B., 70
Aronson, E., 95
Ashburn, L., 184
Atkin, C., 54, 69, 80, 250, 335
Aust, C. R, 154, 268, 321
Austin, E. W., 148, 149, 339

B
Bacchetta, V., 252
Bachen, C. M., 136
Backer, T. E., 335
Baggaley, J. P., 343
Baggett, P., 126
Bald, M., 346
Ball, S., 69, 131, 132
Ballard, M. E., 183, 281
Baiter, R., 83
Bancroft, J., 293
Bandura, A., 22, 27, 28, 50, 260, 263, 271, 281, 347
Banerjee, B., 114
Baran, S. J., 19
Barbaree, H. E., 292, 306
Barcus, F. E., 68
Bargh, J. A., 360
Barlow, D. H., 306

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