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    Drug Use as Consumer Behavior.Gordon Robert Foxall & Valdimar Sigurdsson - 2011 - Behavioral and Brain Sciences 34 (6):313-314.
    Seeking integration of drug consumption research by a theory of memory function and emphasizing drug consumption rather than addiction, Müller & Schumann (M&S) treat drug self-administration as part of a general pattern of consumption. This insight is located within a more comprehensive framework for understanding drug use as consumer behavior that explicates the reinforcement contingencies associated with modes of drug consumption.
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  2. The Marketing Firm and the Consumer Organization: A Comparative Analysis With Special Reference to Charitable Organizations.Gordon Robert Foxall, Valdimar Sigurdsson & Joseph K. Gallogly - 2020 - Frontiers in Psychology 11.
    The accurate delineation of various forms of business organization requires a comparative analysis of their objectives, functions, and organizational structures. In particular, this paper highlights differences in managerial work between business firms and non-profits exemplified by the charitable organization. It adopts as its template the theory of the marketing firm, a depiction of the modern corporation as it responds to the imperatives of customer-oriented management, namely consumer discretion and consumer sophistication. It describes in §2 the essentials of the theory and (...)
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