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TAYLORE.jpg (10096 bytes)Taylor, E. (1990) Subliminal Communication : Emperor's Clothes or Panacea? Just Another Reality Publishing, Las Vegas.

TAYLORE2.jpg (11456 bytes)Taylor, E. (1988 ) Subliminal Learning : An Eclectic Approach.  RK Book, Las Vegas.

TAYLOR.jpg (10623 bytes)Taylor, P. (1984) Smoke Ring: The politics of tobacco. The Bodley Head, London.

Temple, C. (1993) The Brain: An Introduction to the Psychology of the Human Brain and Behaviour. Penguin Books, Harmondsworth.


Thorne, T. (1997) Dictionary of Contemporay Slang: The newest slang terms explained. Bloomsbury Publishing, London.

Toop, A. (1992) European Sales Promotion: Great campaigns in action. Kogan page, London.

TWITCHEL.jpg (11601 bytes)Twitchell, J.B. (1996) Adcult USA: The Triumph of Advertising in American Culture Columbia University Press, New York.



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UNDRWOOD.jpg (8138 bytes)Underwood, G. (1996) Implicit Cognition. Oxford University Press.

Valentine, E.R. (1992) Conceptual issues in psychology (2nd ed) Routledge, London.

Veeder, G.K. (1975/1980) Influence of Subliminal Suggestion on 2 films Arno Press, New York. [Not illustrated]



Wade, C. and Tavris, C. (1999) Invitation to Psychology. Addison Wesley Publishing Company

WADE.jpg (13744 bytes)Wade, N. (1990) Visual Allusions : Pictures of Perception LEA, Hillsdale, N.J.

Wainer, H. (1997) Visual Revelations: Graphical Tales of Fate and Deception from Napoleon Bonaparte to Ross Perot. Copernicus/Springer-Verlag, New York.



WARD.jpg (20515 bytes)Ward, D. (1988) Illustration for Advertising. Macdonald & Co (Publishers) Ltd, London.

WERNICK.jpg (10961 bytes)Wernick, A. (1991) Promotional Culture : Advertising, ideology and symbolic expression Sage Publications, London.

Weatherill, R. (Ed.)(1999) The Death Drive : New Life for a Dead Subject. Rebus Press, London.




White, R. (2000) Advertising (4th edition) McGraw Hill, Maidenhead.

Wilkie, W.L. (1994) Consumer Behavior (3rd Edition) John Wiley and Sons, New York.

WILLATS.jpg (15052 bytes)Willats, J. (1997) Art and Representation: New Principles in the Analysis of Pictures Princeton University Press, Princeton, N.J.



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Williams, T.G. (1982) Consumer Behavior: fundamentals and strategies. West Publishing Co., St. Paul. [Not illustrated]

WILLIMSN.jpg (8203 bytes)Williamson, J. (1978) Decoding Advertisements : Ideology and Meaning in Advertisements Marian Boyars, New York.

Williamson, J. (1986) Consuming Passions: The Dynamics of Popular Culture. Marion Boyars, London. [not illustrated].

Wrightsman, L.S. (1992) Assumptions About Human Nature: implications for Researchers and Practitioners (2nd ed) Sage Publications, Newbury Park.



Zikmund, W.G. & d'Amica, M. (1995) Effective Marketing : Creating and Keeping Customers South Western College Publishing, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Zimbardo, P. et al. (1995) Psychology: A European Text. HarperCollins, London.

Zimbardo, P.G. and Leippe, M.R. (1991) Psychology of Attitude Change and Social Influence Mc-Graw-Hill, Inc. New York.



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