Recent Submissions to the Georgetown University Institutional Repository
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Improving the Generation of Decision Objectives Carlson, Kurt; Bond, Samuel D.; Keeney, Ralph L.
Trace Theory and Twice-Moved NPs Lightfoot, David
A Restructuring Rule Lightfoot, David
Rule Classes and Syntactic Change Lightfoot, David
Review of G. Sampson Making Sense Lightfoot, David
A Brief Response Lightfoot, David
Two Types of Locality Aoun, Joseph; Hornstein, Norbert; Lightfoot, David; Weinberg, Amy
Intact grammars but intermittent access Lightfoot, David; Edwards, Susan
More Myths Lightfoot, David
Explainging Language Change* Lightfoot, David
Minimizing Government: Deletion as Cliticization Lightfoot, David
Biology and Language: A Response to Everett Lightfoot, David; Anderson, Stephen R.
The Ecology of Languages Lightfoot, David
Maximizers and Satisficers: A Look into Consumer Regret and Dissatisfaction Correia, Tricia Poster presented at the McDonough Undergraduate Research Symposium on November 7th, 2013.
Library Associates Newsletter: Issue 108 Lauinger Library Campaign for the Library; From the University Librarian: Give and Take; What Gifts Can Do; Borrow from Bioethics; Big Band Era; Gifts from the Hirsh Collection; Gift of a Haggadah; Gift of a Catechism; ITEL, MOOCs and More; Infrequently Asked Questions from the Desk of the University Archivist; Yearbooks Online
Volume V, 2002-2003 Georgetown University Journal of the Environment
Volume IV, 2001-2002 Georgetown University Journal of the Environment
Volume II, Spring 1999 Georgetown University Journal of the Environment
Volume I, Spring 1997 Georgetown University Journal of the Environment
Stocking Products that Simultaneously Belong to Multiple Categories Blanchard, Simon Consumers cognitively categorize a product in multiple categories, and the category primed by advertising or in-store placement influences the attributes that consumers pay attention to when making a choice. Marketers need to pay attention to how consumers see products/brands as naturally “going together”.