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Tasteful Brands: Products of Brands Perceived to be Warm and Competent Taste Subjectively Better

Bibliographic reference Bratanova, Boyka ; Kervyn de Meerendré, Nicolas ; Klein, Olivier. Tasteful Brands: Products of Brands Perceived to be Warm and Competent Taste Subjectively Better. In: Psychologica Belgica, Vol. 55, no.2, p. 57-70 (06/2015)
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