From: Coetzer, Quintin (ELS) []
Sent: Monday, March 07, 2005 9:32 AM
Subject: Confirmation of Permission


3 March 2005

Our ref: HG/QC/MAR05/J027


Phyllis Newbill

Virginia Tech


Dear Ms Newbill


ADVANCES IN EXPERIMENTAL SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, Vol 19, 1986, pp 123-205, Petty et al, “The Elaboration Likelihood…” Figure 1 only


As per your email dated 18 February 2005, we hereby grant you permission to reprint the aforementioned material at no charge in your thesis subject to the following conditions:


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