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Mantonakis, Antonia , Norbert Schwarz, Amanda Wudarzewski, and Carolyn Yoon. “Malleability of taste perception: biasing effects of rating scale format on taste recognition, product evaluation, and willingness to pay” Marketing Letters 28.2 (2017): 293–303. Print.
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Cardwell, Brittany A., Newman, Eryn J., Garry, Maryanne, Mantonakis, Antonia, Beckett, Randi. “Photos That Increase Feelings of Learning Promote Positive Evaluations.” The Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition (2017)
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Hafer, Carolyn L., Antonia Mantonakis, Regan Fitzgerald, and Anthony F. Bogeart, “The Effectiveness of Deservingness-Based Advertising Messages: The Role of Product Knowledge and Belief in a Just World,” Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences (2016).
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Rajesh Bhargave, Antonia Mantonakis, and Katherine White. “The Cue-of-the-Cloud Effect: When Reminders of Online Information Availability Increase Purchase Intentions and Choice.” Journal of Marketing Research 52.5 (2016): 699-711.
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Walsh, Darlene, Antonia Mantonakis, and Steve Joordens. “Is “getting started” an effective way for people to overcome the depletion effect?.” Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences / Revue Canadienne des Sciences de l’Administration 32 (2015): 47–57.
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Clemente, Sarah, Eric Dolansky, Antonia Mantonakis, and Katherine White. “The Effects of Perceived Product-Extrinsic Cue Incongruity on Consumption Experiences: The Case of Celebrity Sponsorship.” Marketing Letters 25.4 (2014): 373-384. Print.
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Mantonakis, Antonia, Amanda Wudarzewski, Daniel M. Bernstein, Seema L. Clifasefi, and Elizabeth F. Loftus. “False Beliefs Can Shape Current Consumption.” Psychology 4 (2013): 302-308. Print.
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Mantonakis, Antonia, Bryan Galiffi, Ummugulsum Aysan, and Randi Beckett. “The Effects of the Metacognitive Cue of Fluency on Evaluations about Taste Perception.” Psychology 4 (2013): 318-324. Print.
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Mantonakis, Antonia. “A Brief Pause between a Tagline and Brand Increases Brand Name Recognition and Preference.” Applied Cognitive Psychology 26 (2012): 61-69. Print.
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Mantonakis, Antonia, Pauline Rodero, Isabelle Lesschaeve, and Reid Hastie. “Order in Choice: Effects of Serial Position on Preferences.” Psychological Science 20.11 (2009): 1309-1312. (Lead Article). Print.
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Mantonakis, Antonia, Bruce W. A. Whittlesea and Carolyn Yoon. “Consumer Memory, Fluency, and Familiarity.” in The Handbook of Consumer Psychology (eds. Haugtvedt, Herr, and Kardes), Lawrence Erlbaum Associates (2008): 77-102. Print.
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Kronlund (Mantonakis), Antonia and Bruce W. A. Whittlesea. “Remembering after a Perception of Discrepancy: Out with the Old, in with the Two.” Journal of Experimental Psychology:  Learning, Memory, and Cognition 32.5 (2006): 1174-1184. Print.
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Kronlund (Mantonakis), Antonia and Daniel M. Bernstein. “Unscrambling Words Increases Brand Name Recognition and Preference.” Applied Cognitive Psychology 20.5 (2006): 681-687.Print.
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Kronlund (Mantonakis), Antonia and Bruce W. A. Whittlesea. “Seeing Double: Levels of Processing can cause False Memory.” Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology 59.1 (2005): 11-16. Print.
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