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There are some people in the online world who prove to be more influential than others in terms of the information they provide to the public. For example, exclusive and time-sensitive price data or reviews of new products are the types of information that these third-party individuals seem motivated, even compelled, to offer to as many people as possible. Much to the initial annoyance of companies, such information bears importantly on influencing actual purchasing behavior.

Published May 12, 2006

Theatre Is Where The Heart Is

Theatre Is Where The Heart Is

Clyde Ruffin

Professor, Theatre Department

Published May 18, 2010

Bridging Medical Systems

Bridging Medical Systems

William R. Folk

Professor of Biochemistry

Published September 05, 2007

This is Your Brain on Camera

This is Your Brain on Camera

Shawn Christ

Assistant Professor, Department of Psychological Sciences

Published October 07, 2009

Interrogating Social Ethics

Interrogating Social Ethics

Sharon Welch

Professor of Religious Studies

Published September 27, 2007

“In Their Own Words” as SyndicateMizzou ‘Turns’ 50

“In Their Own Words” as SyndicateMizzou ‘Turns’ 50

SyndicateMizzou

a project of the Center for eResearch

Published May 02, 2008