Dr. Brigitte Naderer (Visiting Professor)

Vitae

  • 1988 born in Vienna
  • 2007-2012 Studies of Communication Science, University of Vienna, Austria
  • 2007-2014 Studies of Political Science, University of Vienna, Austria
  • 2010-2013 Student Assistant, Department of Communication, University of Vienna, Austria
  • 2013-2017 University assistant prae doc, Department of Communication University of Vienna, Austria
  • 2017-12/2019 University assistant post doc, Department of Communication, University of Vienna
  • Since 1/12020 University assistant post doc, Chair of Prof. Diana Rieger, Department of Media and Communication, Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich, Germany
  • Summer semester 2022, Visiting Professor at the Department of Journalism and Communication Research, Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media

Major teaching and research interests

  • Media literacy
  • Persuasive communication
  • Online radicalization
  • Digital communication
  • Social media effects on the well-being of children and adolescents

Activities

  • 2020-2022 Participation in the EU funded project PRECOBIAS: Prevention of Youth Radicalisation Through Self-Awareness on Cognitive Biases
  • 2019 University Jubilee Foundation of the City of Vienna; funding of the conference and publication project "Advertising literacy: Dealing with persuasive messages in a complex media environment"
  • 2018-2020 Fritz-Karmasin-Förderpreis, Österreichische Gesellschaft für Kommunikationswissenschaft (ÖGK); Award for innovative empirical research in media and communication studies, for the project: Karsay, K., Naderer, B. Peter, C.: "Perfect picture, imperfect life? The relationship between personalized Instagram use and subjective life satisfaction - a linkage analysis"
  • 2018 Co-Project Leader of the project: "This picture was digitally altered - Perception and effects of disclaimers about the use of image processing techniques in girls and young women" funded by the City of Vienna
  • 2018 -2020 Co-Project Leader of the project: "Effects of healthy food placements on children's eating behavior" funded by the Jubilee Fund of the Austrian National Bank (124,000€)
  • 2016 Research Award for the research proposal "Long-term effects of product placement disclosures. Effects of disclosure repetition on persuasion knowledge and persuasive effects", Institute of Journalism and Communication Science, University of Vienna (1,500€)
  • 2015-2017 Co-Project Leader of the project: "Food product placements in children's movies: Content, mechanisms and protective measures" funded by the Jubilee Fund of the Austrian National Bank (109,000€)
  • Member of the International Communication Association (ICA)
  • Member of the German Association of Mass Communication (DGPuK)
  • Since 06/2020 Member of the Editorial Review Board Journal of Avdertising
  • Since 05/2020 Social Media Editor for Journal of Children and Media
  • Since 05/2018 Section Spokesperson for the DGPUK Section on Advertising Communication
  • Reviewer for Journal of Children and Media, International Journal of Advertising, Appetite, Media Psychology, Journal of Consumer Behavior, Journal of Media Business Studies, Journal of Marketing Communications, Human Communication Research, Communication Methods and Measures, Journal of Advertising, Environmental Communication Journal of Media Psychology, Pediatrics

Publications

Accepted

Naderer, B., Rieger, D. & Schwertberger, U. (accepted). An online world of bias. The mediating role of cognitive biases on extremist attitudes. Communications.

Von Sikorski, C., Naderer, B. & Brandt, D. (accepted). Inappropriate? Gay characters affect adults' perceived age-appropriateness of animated cartoons. Communications.

Wulf, T. & Naderer, B. (accepted). Selling stories of social justice. How consumers react to and learn from social ads. Studies in Communication Sciences.

2022

De Jans, S., Hudders, L., Naderer, B. & De Pauw, V. (2022). Impact of thin-ideals in influencer posts promoting healthy versus unhealthy foods on tweens’ healthy food choice behavior. Frontiers Psychology.

Folkvord, F., Naderer, B., Coates, A. & Boyland, E. (2022). Promoting fruit and vegetable consumption for childhood obesity prevention. Nutrients, 14(1), 157.

Naderer, B. (2022). Social media influencers as political agents? The potential of an unlikely source to motivate political action. Communications, online-first.

Wulf, T., Naderer, B., Olbermann, Z. & Hohner, J. (2022). Finding gold at the end of the rainbowflag? Claim vagueness and presence of emotional imagery as factors to perceive rainbowwashing. International Journal of Advertising, online-first.

2021

Balaban, D. C., Mucundorfeanu, M. & Naderer, B. (2021). The role of trustworthiness in social media influencer advertising: Investigating users’ appreciation of advertising transparency and its effects. Communications, online-first.

Binder, A., Naderer, B. & Matthes, J. (2021). Shaping healthy eating habits in children with persuasive strategies: toward a typology. Frontiers in Public Health, 9.

Bouko, C., Naderer, B., Rieger, D., Van Ostaeyen, P. & Voué, P. (2021). Discourse patterns used by extremist Salafists on Facebook: identifying potential triggers to cognitive biases in radicalized content. Critical Discourse Studies, online-first, 1-22.

De Jans, S., Spielvogel, I., Naderer, B. & Hudders, L. (2021). Digital food marketing to children: How an influencer’s lifestyle can stimulate healthy food choices among children. Appetite, 105182.

Heiss, R., Naderer, B. & Matthes, J. (2021). Healthwashing in high-sugar food advertising: The effect of prior information on healthwashing perceptions in Austria. Health Promotion International, 6(4), 1029-1038.

Naderer, B. & Opree, S. (2021). Increasing advertising literacy to unveil disinformation in green advertising. Environmental Communication, online-first.

Naderer, B. (2021). Advertising unhealthy food to children: on the importance of regulations, parenting styles, and media literacy. Current Addiction Reports, 8, 12-18.

Naderer, B., Borchers, N. S., Wendt, R. & Naab, T. (2021). Advertising literacy: how can children and adolescents deal with persuasive messages in a complex media environment? MedienPädagogik: Zeitschrift für Theorie und Praxis der Medienbildung, 43, i-vi.

Naderer, B., Matthes, J. & Bintinger, S. (2021). It is just a spoof: Spoof placements and their impact on conceptual persuasion knowledge, brand memory and brand evaluation. International Journal of Advertising, 40(1), 106-123.

Naderer, B., Matthes, J. & Schäfer, S. (2021). Effects of disclosing ads on Instagram: the moderating impact of similarity to the influencer. International Journal of Advertising, 40(5), 686-707.

Naderer, B., Peter, C. & Karsay, K. (2021). This picture does not portray reality: developing and testing a disclaimer for digitally enhanced pictures on social media appropriate for Austrian tweens and teens. Journal of Children and Media, online-first, 1-19.

Spielvogel, I., Naderer, B., & Matthes, J. (2021). Disclosing product placement in audiovisual media services: A practical and scientific perspective on the implementation of disclosures across the European Union. International Journal of Advertising, 40(1), 5-25.

Spielvogel, I., Naderer, B., Binder, A. & Matthes, J. (2021). The forbidden reward. The emergence of parent-child conflicts about food over time and the influence of parents' communication strategies and feeding practices. Frontiers in Public Health, 8, 604702.

2020

Binder, A., Naderer, B. & Matthes, J. (2020). A "forbidden fruit effect": An eye-tracking study on children's visual attention to food marketing. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(6), 1859.

Binder, A., Naderer, B. & Matthes, J. (2020). Experts, peers, or celebrities? The role of different social endorsers for children's fruit choice. Appetite, 155, 104821.

Binder, A., Naderer, B. & Matthes, J. (2020). The effects of gain- and loss-framed nutritional messages on children's healthy eating behavior. Public Health Nutrition, 23(10), 1726-1734.

Binder, A., Naderer, B. Matthes, J., & Spielvogel, I. (2020). Fiction is sweet. The impact of media consumption on the development of children's nutritional knowledge and the moderating role of parental food-related mediation. A longitudinal study. Nutrients, 12(5), 1478.

Mayrhofer, M., Matthes, J., Einwiller, S. & Naderer, B. (2020). User generated content presenting brands on social media increases young adults' purchase intention. International Journal of Advertising, 39(1), 166-186.

Mayrhofer, M., Naderer, B. & Binder, A. (2020). Unhealthy fun: Food and beverage references in comedy series. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 97(1), 257-277.

Naderer, B., Binder, A., Matthes, J. & Mayrhofer, M. (2020). Healthy, sweet, brightly colored, and full of vitamins: Cognitive and affective persuasive cues of food placements and children's healthy eating behavior. International Journal of Advertising, 39(7), 1012-1030.

Naderer, B., Binder, A., Matthes, J., Spielvogel, I. & Forrai, M. (2020). Food as an eye-catcher. An eye-tracking study on children's attention to healthy and unhealthy food presentations as well as non-edible objects in audiovisual media. Pediatric Obesity, online-first.

Naderer, B., Heiss, R. & Matthes, J. (2020). The skilled and the interested: How personal curation skills increase or decrease exposure to political information on social media. Journal of Information Technology & Politics, 17(4), 452-460

Naderer, B., Seiffert-Brockmann, J., Matthes, J. & Einwiller, S. (2020). Native and embedded advertising formats: Tensions between a lucrative marketing strategy and consumer fairness. Communications, 45(3), 273-281

Spielvogel, I., Naderer, B. & Matthes, J. (2020). Again and again: Exploring the influence of disclosure repetition on children's cognitive processing of product placement. International Journal of Advertising, 39(5), 611-630.

Spielvogel, I., Naderer, B., Matthes, J. & Obereder, A. (2020). "Unterstützt durch Produktplatzierung": Die Perspektive der Eltern gegenüber Regulierungsmaßnahmen für eingebettete Werbeformen in Film und Fernsehen. Studies in Communication and Media, 9(2), 308-340.

2019

Binder, A., Naderer, B. & Matthes, J. (2019). Do children's food choices go with the crowd? Effects of majority and minority peer cues shown within an audiovisual cartoon on children's healthy food choice. Social Science & Medicine, 225, 42-50.

Matthes, J. & Naderer, B. (2019). Sugary, fatty, & prominent: Food & beverage appearances in children's movies from 1991 to 2015. Pediatric Obesity, 14(4).

Mayrhofer, M. & Naderer, B. (2019). Mass media as alcohol educator for everyone? Effects of portrayed alcohol consequences and the influence of viewers' characteristics. Media Psychology, 22(2), 217-243.

Naderer, B. & Matthes, J. (2019). Der Involvementbegriff in der Werbeforschung: Zum überfälligen Ende eines schwer greifbaren Konzeptes. In H. Schramm, J. Matthes & C. Schemer (Eds.), Emotions meet cognitions. Zum Zusammenspiel von emotionalen und kognitiven Prozessen in der Medienrezeptions- und Medienwirkungsforschung (pp. 21-34). Wiesbaden: Springer VS.

Naderer, B., Matthes, J. & Spielvogel, I. (2019). How brands appear in children's movies. A systematic content analysis of the past 25 years. International Journal of Advertising, 38(2), 237-257.

2018

Naderer, B. & Karsay, K. (2018). Detecting the persuasive intent of product placement in photographic love stories: Consequences for brand recall and brand evaluation. In R. Kühne, S. Baumgartner, T. Koch, & M. Hofer (Eds.), Youth and media: Current perspectives on media use & effects (pp. 115-131). Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Naderer, B., Matthes, J. & Zeller, P. (2018). Placing snacks in children's movies: Cognitive, evaluative, and conative effects of product placements with character product interaction. International Journal of Advertising, 37(6), 852-870.

Naderer, B., Matthes, J., Binder, A., Marquart, F., Mayrhofer, M., Obereder, A. & Spielvogel, I. (2018). Shaping children's healthy eating habits with food placements? Food placements of high and low nutritional value in cartoons, children's BMI, food-related parental mediation strategies, and food choice. Appetite, 120, 644-653.

Naderer, B., Matthes, J., Marquart, F. & Mayrhofer, M. (2018). Children's attitudinal and behavioral reactions to product placements: Investigating the role of placement frequency, placement integration, and parental mediation. International Journal of Advertising, 37(2), 236-255.

2017

Naderer, B. (2017). Types of hypotheses. In J. Matthes, R. Potter & C. S. Davis (Eds.), International Encyclopaedia of Communication Research Methods. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.

Naderer, B., Schmuck, D. & Matthes, J. (2017). Greenwashing: Disinformation through green advertising. In G. Siegert, M. B. Rimscha & S. Grubenmann (Eds.), Commercial Communication in the Digital Age – Information or Disinformation? Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.

Schmuck, D., Matthes, J. & Naderer, B. (2018). Misleading consumers with green advertising? An affect-reason-involvement account of greenwashing effects in environmental advertising. Journal of Advertising, 47(2), 127-145.

Schmuck, D., Matthes, J., Naderer, B. & Beaufort, M. (2018). The effects of environmental brand attributes and nature imagery in green advertising. Environmental Communication, 12(3), 414-429.

Spielvogel, I., Matthes, J., Naderer, B. & Karsay, K. (2018). A treat for the eyes. An eye-tracking study on children's attention to unhealthy and healthy food cues in media content. Appetite, 125, 63-71.

2016

Marquart, F., & Naderer, B. (2016). Petty, R.E. & Cacioppo, J. T. (1986). Communication and persuasion: Central and peripheral routes to attitude change. In M. Potthoff (Ed.), Schlüsselwerke der Medienwirkungsforschung (pp. 231-242). Wiesbaden: Springer.

Matthes, J. & Naderer, B. (2016). Product placement disclosures: Exploring the moderating effect of placement frequency on brand responses via persuasion knowledge. International Journal of Advertising, 35(2), 185-199.

Naderer, B. & Matthes, J. (2016). Kinder und Werbung: Inhalte, Mechanismen und Wirkungen. In G. Siegert, W. Wirth, P. Weber, & J. A. Lischka (Eds.), Handbuch Werbeforschung (pp. 689-712). Wiesbaden: Springer VS.

Naderer, B. & Matthes, J. (2016). Verfahren zur Messung der Werbewirkung und Werbeeffizienz. In F. Esch, T. Langner & M. Bruhn (Eds.), Handbuchreihe der Kommunikation – Controlling der Kommunikation (pp. 363-383). Wiesbaden: Springer/Gabler.

Naderer, B., Matthes, J. & Mestas, M. (2016). Do you take credit cards? The attitudinal and behavioral effects of advergames targeted at children. Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 15(6), 580-588.

2015

Arendt, F., Naderer, B., Abdollahi, M., Mittelberger, A., Surzhyk, O. & Zhou, L. (2015). Television commercials and fading behavioral brand choice effects in Austrian children. Journal of Children and Media, 9(4), 435-452.

Matthes, J. & Naderer, B. (2015). Children's consumption behavior in response to food product placements in movies. Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 14(2), 127-136.

Matthes, J., Marquart, F., Naderer, B., Arendt, F., Schmuck, D. & Adam, K. (2015). Questionable research practices in experimental communication research: A systematic analysis from 1980 to 2013. Communication Methods & Measures, 9(4), 193-207.

2013

Matthes, J. & Naderer, B. (2013). Zum Einfluss von Nahrungsmittelplatzierungen in Kinderfilmen. In H. Schramm, J. Knoll & D. Schlütz (Eds.), Innovation der Persuasion. Die Qualität der Werbe- und Markenkommunikation in neuen Medienwelten (pp. 59-74). Cologne: Halem Verlag.

Papers

Invited Papers

2022


Naderer, B. (2022, February). Verzerrt-Extrem-Digital. Über Online-Radikalisierung und wie sie funktioniert [Distorted-extreme digital. On online radicalization and how it works]. Paper presented at the Online Conference: Radikalisierung im transnationalen Raum. Kritische Ansätze zu Umgang und Sicherheit [Radicalization in transnational space. Critical approaches to handling and security]. February 5, 2022, Online-Conference.

Naderer, B. (2022, January). Zahlen, Daten, Fakten zum Werbemarkt in TV und digitalen Medien: Wofür wird geworben? [Figures, data, facts about the advertising market in TV and digital media: What is advertised?]. Paper presented at the 47th International Symposium Obergurgel, ÖGKJ, January 20, 2022, Obergurgl, Austria.

2021

Naderer, B. (2021, January). Making fruit desirable for children: The role of conscious message processing. Presented at the Webinar: The place of fruit and vegetable in childhood obesity prevention. European Childhood Obesity Group, January 15, 2021, Webinar.

2019

Naderer, B. (2019, January). Fast Food, Süßigkeiten und Knabbereien: Die Spitze der Ernährungspyramide in Werbung und Kinderfernsehen [Fast food, sweets and snacks: The top of the food pyramid in advertising and children's TV]. Invited presentation held at the f.eh (forum. ernährung heute) im Dialog, January 15, 2019, Vienna, Austria.

2016

Naderer, B. (2016, May). Essen wie Kung Fu Panda. Welchen Einfluss haben Medien auf das Essverhalten [ Eating like Kung Fu Panda. The influence of media on eating behavior]. Invited presentation held at the VEÖ (Verband der Ernährungwissenschafter Österreich) Convention, May 19, 2016, Vienna, Austria.

Full Paper Presentations, peer-reviewed

2021


Naderer, B., Rieger, D., & Schwertberger, U. (2021, May). An online world of bias. The mediating role of cognitive biases on extremist attitudes. Paper presented at the 71st Annual Conference of the ICA, Virtual Conference (originally to be held in Denver, CO, USA).

Binder, A., Naderer, B., & Matthes, J. (2021, May). Shaping Healthy Eating Habits in Children with Persuasive Strategies: Toward a Typology. Paper presented at the 71st Annual Conference of the ICA, Virtual Conference (originally to be held in Denver, CO, USA).

Evans, N., Balaban, D., Mucundorfeanu, M., & Naderer, B. (2021, March). Time heals all wounds: how discounting cues and multiple exposures impact the effectiveness of influencer advertising over time. Paper presented at the American Academy of Advertising Annual.

2020

Naderer, B., Peter, C., & Karsay, K. (2020, May). This picture does not portray reality: Developing and testing a disclaimer for digitally enhanced pictures on social media appropriate for tweens and teens. Paper presented at the (virtual) 70th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 20-26, 2020.

Neureiter, A., Hirsch, M., Matthes, J., & Naderer, B. (2020, May). Sustainable flying? The effects of greenwashed claims in airline advertising on perceived greenwashing, brand outcomes, and flying attitudes. Paper presented at the (virtual) 70th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 20-26, 2020.

Spielvogel, I., Naderer, B., Binder, A., & Matthes, J. (2020, May). The forbidden reward. The emergence of parent-child conflicts about food over time and the role of parents' communication strategies and feeding practices. Paper presented at the (virtual) 70th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 20-26, 2020.

Binder, A., Naderer, B., & Matthes, J. (2020, May). Experts, peers, or celebrities? Increasing children’s fruit choice using different social endorsers. Paper presented at the (virtual) 70th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 20-26, 2020.

Binder, A., Naderer, B., Matthes, J., & Spielvogel, I. (2020, May). Fiction is sweet: The impact of media consumption on the development of children’s nutritional knowledge and the moderating role of parental food-related mediation. A longitudinal study. Paper presented at the (virtual) 70th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 20-26, 2020.

2019

Binder, A., & Naderer, B. (2019, May). "It’s not what you say, but how you say it!": Affecting children’s healthy dietary choices with gain- versus loss-framed nutritional messages in children’s cartoon movies. Paper presented at the 69th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 24-28, 2019, Washington, D.C., USA.

Heiss, R., & Naderer, B. (2019, May). "Healthwashing" uncovered: Health knowledge enables the detection of inappropriate health claims in food advertising. Paper presented at the 69th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 24-28, 2019, Washington, D.C., USA.

Naderer, B., Binder, A., Spielvogel, I., & Forrai, M. (2019, May). Food as an eye-catcher. An eye-tracking study on children's attention to healthy and unhealthy food presentations as well as non-edible objects in audiovisual media. Paper presented at the 69th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 24-28, 2019, Washington, D.C., USA.

Spielvogel, I., Matthes, J., & Naderer, B. (2019, May). Again and again: Exploring the influence of disclosure repetition on children's cognitive processing of brand placements. Paper presented at the 69th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 24-28, 2019, Washington, D.C., USA.

2018

Matthes, J., Marquart, F., Naderer, B., Schmuck, D., & Arendt, F. (2018, August). Cause and effect: Development and state of the art of experimental communication research. Paper presented to the Communication Theory and Methodology Division at the AEJMC Annual Convention, August 6-9, 2018, Washington D.C., USA.

Mayrhofer, M., Naderer, B., & Matthes, J. (2018, August). Placing brands on Facebook: How the source and context of brand posts affect brand likeability. Paper presented to the Advertising Division at the AEJMC Annual Convention, August 6-9, 2018, Washington D.C., USA.

Naderer, B., Matthes, J., Binder, A., & Mayrhofer, M (2018, March). Healthy, sweet, brightly colored, and full of vitamins: Affective and cognitive persuasive strategies of food placements and children’s healthy eating behavior. Accepted for presentation at the American Academy of Advertising (AAA), March 22-25, 2018, New York, USA.

2017

Mayrhofer, M., Naderer, B., & Binder, A. (2017, August). Unhealthy fun: Food references in comedy series. Paper presented at the ComSHER Division at the AEJMC Annual Convention, August 9-12, 2017, Chicago, USA.

Mayrhofer, M. & Naderer, B. (2017, May). Can mass media be an alcohol educator for everyone? Investigating the effects of portrayed alcohol consequences on alcohol expectancies and attitudes and the influence of viewers' characteristics. Paper presented at the 67th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 25-29, 2017, San Diego, USA.

Naderer, B., Matthes, J., Binder, A., Marquart, F., Mayrhofer, M., Obereder, A., & Spielvogel, I. (2017, May). Shaping children's healthy eating habits with food placements? Healthy and unhealthy food placements in movies, children's BMI, food-related parental mediation strategies, and food choice. Paper presented at the 67th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 25-29, 2017, San Diego, USA.

Naderer, B., Matthes, J., & Spielvogel, I. (2017, May). How brands appear in children’s movies. A systematic content analysis of the past 25 years. Paper presented at the 67th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 25-29, 2017, San Diego, USA.

2016

Naderer, B., Matthes, J., & Zeller, P. (2016, August). Placing snacks in children's movies: Cognitive, evaluative, and conative effects of product placements with character product interaction. Paper presented to the Advertising Division at the AEJMC Annual Convention, August 4-7, 2016, Minneapolis, USA.

Naderer, B., Marquart, F., Mayrhofer, M., & Spielvogel, I. (2016, June). Children's attitudinal and behavioral reactions to product placements: Do parental mediations and family conversations matter? Paper presented at the 66th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), June 9-13, 2016, Fukuoka, Japan.

Schmuck, D. &, Naderer, B. (2016, June). Misleading consumers with green advertising? Comparing the effects of false and vague greenwashing claims. Paper presented at the 66th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), June 9-13, 2016, Fukuoka, Japan.

2015

Schmuck, D., & Matthes, J., Naderer, B., & Beaufort, M. (2015, May). Effects of environmental brand attributes and nature imagery in green advertising on brand attitude and purchase intention. Paper presented at the 65th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 21-25, 2015, San Juan, Puerto Rico.  

Matthes, J., Marquart, F., Naderer, B., Arendt, F., Schmuck, D., & Adam, K. (2015, May). Questionable research practices in experimental communication research: A systematic analysis from 1980 to 2013. Paper presented at the 65th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 21-25, 2015, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Arendt, F., Naderer, B., Abdollahi, M., Mittelberger, A., Surzhyk, O., & Zhou, L. (2015, May). Food choice in children: Television commercials and fading behavioral effects. Paper presented at the 65th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 21-25, 2015, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

2014

Matthes, J., & Naderer, B. (2014, August). The "Boomerang Effect" of disclosures: How placement disclosures affect brand memory, persuasion knowledge, and brand attitude. Paper presented to the Advertising Division at the AEJMC Annual Convention, August 5-9, 2014, Montréal, Canada.

 

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Telephone: 0511-3100-459

Last modified: 2022-05-05

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