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The Korean Journal of International Studies
【ABSTRACT】 This article compares online processing, memory-based processing, and an integrated model of the two, using the empirically observed changes in candidate evaluation during the U.S. presidential election of 2000. The study demonstrates that the online and memory-based processing models, which have often been considered as fundamentally different, are in fact complementary to each other and can be accomodated within a coherent, more comprehensive framework. Also, the simulation resultdoi:10.14731/kjis.2009.12.49.6.99 fatcat:dkcqgrou7zahje4jrv5hrkqm6e