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Image transfer based on exposure sequence and time gap between exposures in sport sponsorship: Testing of primacy and recency effects
Hyungil Kwon, Mihwa Choi
Korean J Sport Sci. 2019;30(2):318-331.   Published online June 30, 2019

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