The Identified Victim Effect: An Identified Group, Or Just A Single Individual?

Kogut, Tehila; Ritov, Ilana, (2005). The Identified Victim Effect: An Identified Group, Or Just A Single Individual?. Journal Of Behavioral Decision Making, 18, 3, 157–167.

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