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Rimmon-Kenan's primacy effect is countered and modified by the recency effect, which induces "the reader to modify or replace original conjectures", and "encourages the reader to assimilate all previous information to the item presented last" (120).
Recency refers to the time of a customer's most recent purchase.
While Gruber (1987) attributes the results of his study to the recency effect, we consider an alternate explanation for his findings in the current study.
Recency was put into six-month categories and frequency was grouped into one-time donors, two-time donors, and three-plus time donors.
Although the details of the company's statistical models are proprietary and were not made available to the research team, we found that the recency and frequency of prior purchases accurately distinguish these customers.
There was no association with recency of starting the therapy.
However, owing to the small number of states that allow this practice, and the recency of such privileges, it is reasonable to assume that no more than five percent of psychologist can prescribe.
One group, self-styled as "new global" historians, works on the recency and magnitude of globalization changes.
Individuals with epilepsy who also reported depression had significantly greater seizure recency and severity than those without depression.
However, there was no association between the recency of hormone replacement therapy and the risk of ovarian cancer.
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