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The role of the social-identity function of attitudes in consumer innovativeness and opinion leadership

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  • Grewal, Rajdeep
  • Mehta, Raj
  • Kardes, Frank R.

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  • Grewal, Rajdeep & Mehta, Raj & Kardes, Frank R., 2000. "The role of the social-identity function of attitudes in consumer innovativeness and opinion leadership," Journal of Economic Psychology, Elsevier, vol. 21(3), pages 233-252, June.
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