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Mental Accounting and Outcome Contiguity in Consumer-Borrowing Decisions

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  • Hirst, D. Eric
  • Joyce, Edward J.
  • Schadewald, Michael S.

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  • Hirst, D. Eric & Joyce, Edward J. & Schadewald, Michael S., 1994. "Mental Accounting and Outcome Contiguity in Consumer-Borrowing Decisions," Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Elsevier, vol. 58(1), pages 136-152, April.
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