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Insights in cognitive patterns : Essays on heuristics and identification

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  • Rothengatter, Marloes

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  • Rothengatter, Marloes, 2016. "Insights in cognitive patterns : Essays on heuristics and identification," Other publications TiSEM 5f812a9d-8968-48b8-8d1b-0, Tilburg University, School of Economics and Management.
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