Turning Bias and Walking Patterns: Consumers' Orientation in a Discount Store

  title={Turning Bias and Walking Patterns: Consumers' Orientation in a Discount Store},
  author={Andrea Groeppel-Klein and Benedikt Bartmann},
referees for their helpful und constructive comments. Prof. Dr. Andrea GroeppelKlein is Chair of Marketing and Director of the Institute for Consumer & Behavioural Research, Saarland University, Postfach 15 11 50, D-66041 Saarbrücken, Phone: +49-681 302-27 80, Fax: +49-681 302-43 70, Email: groeppel-klein@ ikv.uni-saarland.de Dipl. Wirtschaftsgeograph Benedikt Bartmann was formerly Scientific Assistant at the Institute for Consumer & Behavioural Research, Saarland University, and is now… 

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