The Theory of Planned Behavior as Predictor of Literary Reading: The Moderating Influence of Self-monitoring

H.W.J.M. Miesen

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings on CD-rom of the XXVIII Annual Colloquium on Research in Economic Psychology, Christchurch, New Zealand
    EditorsS. Kemp, T. Keenan
    Place of PublicationCanterbury
    PublisherLincoln University
    Pages9
    Number of pages9
    Publication statusPublished - 2003

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    Miesen, H. W. J. M. (2003). The Theory of Planned Behavior as Predictor of Literary Reading: The Moderating Influence of Self-monitoring. In S. Kemp, & T. Keenan (Eds.), Proceedings on CD-rom of the XXVIII Annual Colloquium on Research in Economic Psychology, Christchurch, New Zealand (pp. 9). Canterbury: Lincoln University.
    Miesen, H.W.J.M. / The Theory of Planned Behavior as Predictor of Literary Reading : The Moderating Influence of Self-monitoring. Proceedings on CD-rom of the XXVIII Annual Colloquium on Research in Economic Psychology, Christchurch, New Zealand. editor / S. Kemp ; T. Keenan. Canterbury : Lincoln University, 2003. pp. 9
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    Proceedings on CD-rom of the XXVIII Annual Colloquium on Research in Economic Psychology, Christchurch, New Zealand. ed. / S. Kemp; T. Keenan. Canterbury : Lincoln University, 2003. p. 9.

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    Miesen HWJM. The Theory of Planned Behavior as Predictor of Literary Reading: The Moderating Influence of Self-monitoring. In Kemp S, Keenan T, editors, Proceedings on CD-rom of the XXVIII Annual Colloquium on Research in Economic Psychology, Christchurch, New Zealand. Canterbury: Lincoln University. 2003. p. 9