The Effect Of Photographs Of The Handicapped On Donation To Charity: When A Thousand Words May Be Too Much

Isen, Alice M.; Noonberg, Aaron, (1979). The Effect Of Photographs Of The Handicapped On Donation To Charity: When A Thousand Words May Be Too Much. Journal Of Applied Social Psychology, 9, 5, 426–431.

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