Subjective expected utility-based attitude-behavior models: the utility of self-identity

Sparks, Paul (2000) Subjective expected utility-based attitude-behavior models: the utility of self-identity. In: Terry, Deborah J and Hogg, Michael A (eds.) Attitudes, Behavior and Social Context: the Role of Norms and Group Membership. Applied Social Research . Taylor & Francis, pp. 31-46. ISBN 9780805825657

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