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602. Smith S.M., Mclntosh W.D., Bazzini D.G. Are the beautiful good in Hollywood?

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603. Smith S.M., Shaffer D.R. Vividness can undermine or enhance message pro cessing: the moderating role of vividness congruency // Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 2000. Vol. 26. P. 769779.

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605. Sood S. Audience involvement and entertainment education // Communication Theory. 2002. P. 153172.

606. Sopory P. D., Dillard J.P. The persuasive effects of metaphor // Human Com munication Research. 2002. Vol. 28. P. 382419.

607. Sotirovic M. Media use and perceptions of welfare // Journal of Communication.

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609. Spears R., Lea M., Corneliussen R.A., Postmes T., Haar W.T. Computer mediated communication as a channel for social resistance. The strategic side of SIDE // Small Group Research. 2002. Vol. 33. P. 555574.

610. Spiegel S., Grant Pillow H., Higgins E.T. How regulatory fit enhances moti vational strength during goal pursuit // European Journal of Social Psychology. 2004.

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611. Spitzmuller C., Stanton J.M. Examining employee compliance with organizational surveillance and monitoring // Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology.

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612. Stephens M.A.P., Martire L.M., Cremeans Smith J.K., Druley J.A., Wojno W.C.

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614. Strack F., Neumann R. Furrowing the brow may undermine perceived fame: the role of facial feedback in judgments of celebrity // Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 2000. Vol. 26. P. 762768.

615. Strijbos J. W., Martens R.L., Jochems W.M.G., Broers N.J. The effect of func tional roles in group efficiency: using multilevel modeling and content analysis to investigate computer supported collaboration in small groups // Small Group Research. 2004. Vol. 35. P. 195229.

616. Sundar S.S., Kalyanaraman S., Brown J. Explicating Web Site interactivity impression formation effects in political campaign sites // Communication Research.

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617. Sutton S. Testing attitude behaviour theories using non experimental data: an examination of some hidden assumptions // European Review of Social Psychology.

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618. Talor N., Boninger D.S., Poran A., Gleicher F. Counterfactual thinking as a mechanism in narrative persuasion // Human Communication Research. 2004. Vol. 30. P. 301328.

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620. Tamir M., Robinson M.D., Clore G.L., Martin L.L., Whitaker D.J. Are we puppets on a string? The contextual meaning of unconscious expressive cues // Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 2004. Vol. 30. P. 237249.

621. Teo P. Racism in the news: a critical discourse analysis of news reporting in two Australian newspapers // Discourse & Society. 2000. Vol. 11. P. 749.

622. Teo H. H., Oh L. B., Liu C., Wei K. K. An empirical study of the effects of interactivity on web user attitude // International Journal Human Computer Studies.

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624. Tewksbury D., Moy P., Weis D.S. Preparations for Y2K: revisiting the behavioral component of the third person effect // Journal of Communication. 2004. Vol. 54.

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625. Thomson R. The effect of topic of discussion on gendered language in computer mediated communication discussion // Journal of Language and Social Psychology.

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626. Tidwell L.C., Walther J.B. Computer mediated communication effects on dis closure, impressions and interpersonal evaluation // Human Communication Research. 2002. Vol. 28. P. 317348.



627. Tiedens L.Z., Fragale A.R. Power moves: complementarity in dominant and sub missive nonverbal behavior // Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 2003.

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628. Tiggemann M. The role of media exposure in adolescent girls body dissatisfaction and drive for thinness: prospective results // Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology.

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629. Tiggemann M., Ruutel E. A cross cultural comparison of body dissatisfaction in Estonian and Australian young adults and its relationship with media exposure // Journal of Cross Cultural Psychology. 2001. Vol. 32. P. 736742.