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The CoO‐ELM model: A theoretical framework for the cognitive processes underlying country of origin‐effects
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to present an extended version of the Elaboration Likelihood Model (ELM‐model) to explain and predict which of the four cognitive processes that areExpand
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Country-image discourse model: Unraveling meaning, structure, and function of country images
The country-image discourse model provides an alternative theoretical framework to explain the meaning of country-of-origin (COO) effects. Unlike previous work, this research relies on the keyExpand
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The Socio-Cognitive Links between Road Pricing Acceptability and Changes in Travel-Behavior
The objective of this study is to examine the effect of road pricing on people's tendency to adapt their current travel behavior. To this end, the relationship between changes in activity-travelExpand
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Investigating the influence of working memory capacity when driving behavior is combined with cognitive load: An LCT study of young novice drivers.
Distracted driving has received increasing attention in the literature due to potential adverse safety outcomes. An often posed solution to alleviate distraction while driving is hands-freeExpand
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The Relation Between Cognitive Control and Risky Driving in Young Novice Drivers
This study investigated if decreased cognitive control, reflected in response inhibition and working-memory performance, is an underlying mechanism of risky driving in young novice drivers.Expand
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Does attention capacity moderate the effect of driver distraction in older drivers?
With age, a decline in attention capacity may occur and this may impact driving performance especially while distracted. Although the effect of distraction on driving performance of older drivers hasExpand
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Unravelling country-of-origin : semiotics as a theoretical basis for a meaning-centred approach towards country-of-origin effects
Numerous academics and marketers are sceptical about the relevance of research on country-of-origin (coo) effects. This criticism is based on a series of studies suggesting that coo-cues are of noExpand
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Effect of a working memory training on aspects of cognitive ability and driving ability of older drivers: Merits of an adaptive training over a non-adaptive training
Abstract Working memory (WM), important for driving, declines with age. It was investigated whether a WM training would enhance aspects of cognitive ability and driving ability of older drivers.Expand
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Investigating risky, distracting, and protective peer passenger effects in a dual process framework.
A driving simulator study provided a test for a dual process theory of risky driving by examining social rewards (peer passengers) and cognitive control (inhibitory control). Expand
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Socioeconomic and sociodemographic inequalities and their association with road traffic injuries
Abstract Increasing evidence suggests that neighborhood-based measures of socioeconomic status are correlated with traffic injury. The main objective of this study is to determine the differences inExpand
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