Media Effects: Advances in Theory and Research

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Author Index
Page numbers in italics denote full bibliographic information.
A
Aaker, D. A., 179, 189, 360, 390
Aakewr, J. L., 176, 189
Abel, G. G., 319, 326
Abelman, R., 534, 542
Abelson, R. P., 73, 94
Abramson, P. R., 311, 316, 326
Achabal, D. D., 462, 482
Adams, C., 157, 189
Adams, S. M., 321, 329
Adams, W. C., 224, 255
Adhikarya, R., 446, 448
Adoni, H., 137, 149, 532, 542
Agro, A., 461, 488
Ahern, R. K., 434, 448, 449
Ahrens, A. H., 467, 487
Ahrens, M. B., 470, 471, 486
Aidman, A. J., 308, 331
Ajzen, I., 74, 92, 186, 189, 191, 226, 258, 389, 390, 432, 448
Akhavan-Majid, R., 223, 256
Alario, A., 289, 305
Alba, J., 384, 390
Alba, J. W., 176, 179, 189
Albert, S. M., 164, 192
Alcalay, R., 439, 448
Alcaraz, J. E., 467, 480
Alessi, C., 169, 192
Alessis, C., 29, 40,
Alexander, A., 533, 536, 538, 542, 545
Alexander, K. L., 419, 422
Alicke, M. D., 491, 503
Alioto, J. T., 274, 282
Allen, M., 315, 320, 325, 326
Allen, S. G., 223, 230, 231, 240, 251, 262
Allport, G. W., 516, 520
Allred, E., 469, 470, 472, 482
Alpers, P., 276, 282
Altheide, D. L, 221, 256
Altman, D. G., 461, 480
Aluja-Fabregat, A., 281, 282, 509, 510, 520
Alvarez, R. M., 248, 256
Amor, D. L., 235, 240, 241, 256, 260, 262
Amundson, D., 335, 349
Anderman, E. M., 415, 423
Anderson, C., 282, 368, 390
Anderson, C. A., 99, 102, 106, 107, 109, 110, 111, 116, 279, 280, 282, 589, 599
Anderson, D., 375, 391
Anderson, D. N., 400, 419, 421
Anderson, D. R., 400, 402, 407, 420, 421,
422, 423
Anderson, E., 361, 390, 550, 578
Anderson, J., 103, 116
Anderson, J. A., 531, 542
Anderson, J. D., 499, 504
Anderson, K. B., 102, 107, 116
Anderson, R. L., 310, 325, 329
Andsager, J., 12, 17, 103,
Ansolabehere, S., 226, 246, 256
Apple, R. W., 515, 520
Appleton, H., 399, 422
Apter, M. J., 558, 578
Arend, R. A., 565, 566, 580
Ariely, D., 383, 393
Armstrong, C. A., 467, 480
Armstrong, C. B., 537, 540, 542
Armstrong, G., 343, 344, 347
Armstrong, G. B., 415, 421
Arndt, J., 494, 506
Arpan-Ralstin, L. A., 112, 119

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