The dangers of poor construct conceptualization
Special Section Reflections on Research in Marketing and Reviewing for Scholarly Journals Invited Essays by JAMS 2000–2003 Outstanding Reviewer Award Recipients
KeywordsConstruct Validity Measurement Model Internal Consistency Reliability Conceptual Domain Formative Indicator
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