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Sound off (or sound on) : melodic repetition, sonic branding and interactive advertisements
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009)
This study examined whether or not familiarity, defined as repeated exposure to melodies, affects attitude toward and recognition for information of an advertised brand or interactive advertisement, differently than ...
Examining the effects of blame vs. attack anti-tobacco messages using the limited capacity model of motivated mediated message processing
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2007)
Previous research using cognitive and persuasive measures posits that traditional blame anti-tobacco advertisements which conceptualize smoking problems and consequences as caused by the individual are superior to the new ...