Monthly Archives: October 2016

Informing Food Consumption Choices: Innovations in Measuring and Labelling

Author(s): Marie-Chantale Pelletier, Caroline A. Sullivan, P. J. Wilson, Gary Webb, Garry Egger ABSTRACT The need to inform consumers about the health impact of their food choices is ever more pressing in a world where obesity is a growing problem. … Continue reading

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Comparing the Latent Structure of the Children’s Category Test-Level 1 among Young Children and Older Adults: A Preliminary Study

Author(s): Georgia Papantoniou, Despina Moraitou, Magda Dinou, Effie Katsadima, Eugenia Savvidou, Evangelia Foutsitzi ABSTRACT The aim of this paper was the comparison of the higher order nonverbal abilities, between young children and older adults. In specific, 42 kindergarten and 56 … Continue reading

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Impact of Personality Traits on Compulsive Buying Behavior: Mediating Role of Impulsive Buying

Author(s): Kiran Shehzadi, Muhammad Ahmad-ur-Rehman, Anam Mehmood Cheema, Alishba Ahkam ABSTRACT The prime purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between personality traits and compulsive buying behavior with mediating role of impulsive buying. By using quantitative research approach, … Continue reading

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Toyota’s Slow Response to Manufacturing Defects Leading to Recalls: Result of Poor Communication Strategy

Author(s): Oyinkepreye L. Bebeteidoh, Stephen A. Takim ABSTRACT The recall of vehicles in the automobile industry is not limited to any particular company. Recalls most often have been attributed to defective parts supplied by tier one and tier two suppliers. … Continue reading

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