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Behavioural evidence of the effectiveness of threat appeals in the promotion of healthy food to children

Bibliographic reference Charry, Karine ; et. al. Behavioural evidence of the effectiveness of threat appeals in the promotion of healthy food to children. In: International Journal of Advertising & Marketing to Children, Vol. 31, p. 741-771
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