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real, but they include many uncontrolled properties, such as social and nonlocal linguistic context, which may obscure why effects occur. Logically, informational effects on phonetic implementation could arise in production, perception, or lexical/memory subsystems, or in some interaction. The corpus studies reviewed above deal with local measures of predictability, where the conditioning context (e.g., following word) is string-adjacent to the event of interest. Here we review second mention reduction to illustrate how non-local context bears on informational

. Finally, we consider whether the type of primary beneficiary of GM wheat production affects valuation. Specifically, we assess the conjecture that consumers' willingness to pay for GM wheat changes according to whether the crop is portrayed as producer-friendly or consumer-friendly. KEYWORDS: biotechnology, India, second-generation, information effects Author Notes: Anand: The Consumer Analytics and Modeling Unit, Citigroup; McCluskey (corresponding author): Professor, School of Economic Sciences and Food Policy Fellow, International Marketing Program for Agricultural

accentuated old/new effect for faces associated with negative information is very similar to the emotion enhancement of the old/new effect found in Weymar et al. (2009) . A lack of emotional information effects on early ERP components such as N1 and EPN in our study might be explained by the initially missing perceptual representations of facial stimuli or due to the encoding instruction that made all stimuli task-relevant, resulting in significant main effects of phase but not specific content for early components. Regarding the effect of verbal descriptions on

Gordian knot. PhD Dissertation, Aarhus University, Denmark. James, O. (20110. Performance Measures and Democracy: Information Effects on Citizens in Field and Laboratory Experiments, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory , 21(2):399-418. James, O. (2010). Performance Measures and Democracy: Information Effects on Citizens in Field and Laboratory Experiments. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory , Vol.21:399-418. James, O., & Peter, J. (2006). Public Management at the Ballot Box: Performance Information and Electoral Support for Incumbent

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, community, and environmental connections. Journal of Environmental Psychology 30 (4): 422–434. RIBE, R. G., MANYOKY, M., WISSEN HAYEK, U., PIEREN, R., HEUTSCHI, K., GRĘT-REGAMEY, A. (2018): Dissecting perceptions of wind energy projects: A laboratory experiment using high-quality audio-visual simulations to analyze experiential versus acceptability ratings and information effects. Landscape and Urban Planning, 169: 131–147. SKIPULAGSSTOFNUN [National Planning Agency] (2016): Landsskipulagsstefna 2016–2026 [National Planning Strategy 2016–2026] [online]. Available at

Nancarrow, B.E. 2012. Protecting Natural Resources: Psychological and Contextual Determinants of Freshwater Conservation. Oxford Handbook of Environmental and Conservation Psychology , 128-149. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Thomas, C.W. 1998. Maintaining and Restoring Public Trust in Government Agencies and their Employees. Administration & Society , 30 (2): 166-193 Trumbo, C.W. and O’Keefe, G.J. 2005. Intention to Conserve Water: Environmental values, Reasoned Action, and Information Effects Across Time. Society and Natural Resources, 18: 573-585 van Marrewijk, M

The Parties in Our Heads: Misperceptions About Party Composition and Their Consequences Journal of Politics In press Bakker, B. N., Y. Lelkes, and A. Malka. 2018. An Expressive Utility Account of Partisan Cue Receptivity: Cognitive Resources in the Service of Identity Expression . Working Paper. Bakker B. N. Lelkes Y. Malka A 2018 An Expressive Utility Account of Partisan Cue Receptivity: Cognitive Resources in the Service of Identity Expression Working Paper Bartels, L. M. 1996. “Uninformed Votes: Information Effects in Presidential Elections.” American Journal