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Our second result indicates that the frequency rate of CA purchasing decreases when the number of reporting periods increases. This occurs because repetitive decision-makers accumulate information from previous CA reports that allow near certainty of making the correct choice between alternatives without needing additional reports. The more dissimilar the information about alternatives, the sooner the decision-maker becomes conﬁdent of the better company. Increasing the number of CA reports made available to decision-makers does not substantially increase the total number of reports demanded by choice decision-makers.