Do People Really Experience Information Overload While Reading Online Reviews?

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KWON, Bum Chul, Sung-Hee KIM, Timothy DUKET, Adrián CATALÁN, Ji Soo YI, 2015. Do People Really Experience Information Overload While Reading Online Reviews?. In: International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction. 31(12), pp. 959-973. ISSN 1044-7318. eISSN 1532-7590

@article{Kwon2015Peopl-33103, title={Do People Really Experience Information Overload While Reading Online Reviews?}, year={2015}, doi={10.1080/10447318.2015.1072785}, number={12}, volume={31}, issn={1044-7318}, journal={International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction}, pages={959--973}, author={Kwon, Bum Chul and Kim, Sung-Hee and Duket, Timothy and Catalán, Adrián and Yi, Ji Soo} }

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