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OBSERVATIONS: Comparative Advertising in Magazines: Nature, Frequency, and a Test of the "Underdog" Hypothesis

A study of comparative advertising in magazines. Hypotheses tested were: a) that the intensity of comparative advertising varies with the life cycle of the product; b) comparative advertising may be counterproductive, especially when used by the leading brand.

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