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Resnicow, Ken, Rachel E. Davis, and Guangyu Zhang (2008), "Tailoring a Fruit and Vegetable Intervention on Novel Motivational Constructs: Results of a Randomized Study", Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 35, 159-169.
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