Selected Recent Books and Articles in Leading Scholarly Journals
S. Adam Brasel and Jim Gips (2014), “Tablets, Touchscreens, and Touchpads: How Varying Touch Interfaces Trigger Psychological Ownership and Endowment” Journal of Consumer Psychology, 24 (2), 226-233.
S. Adam Brasel and Jim Gips (2014), “Enhancing Television Advertising: Same Language Subtitles Can Improve Brand Recall, Verbal Memory, and Behavioral Intent,” Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 42 (3), 322-336.
Dzhogleva, Hristina and Cait Poynor Lamberton (2014), “Should Birds of a Feather Flock Together? Understanding Self-Control Decisions in Dyads.” Journal of Consumer Research, 41 (2), 361-380.
Dzhogleva Nikolova, Hristina, J. Jeffrey Inman, Jim Maurer, Andrew Greiner, and Gala Amoroso (2014), “The Shopper-Centric Retailer: Deriving Shopper Insights from Frequent Shopper Data.” Review of Marketing Research, 11, 75-102.
Hagtvedt, Henrik and Vanessa M. Patrick, (2014) “Consumer Response to Overstyling: Balancing Aesthetics and Functionality in Product Design,” Psychology & Marketing, 31 (7), 518-25.
Hudson, Bradford T. (2014) “Roman Ways: The Endurance of Patterns in Travel and Hospitality from Antiquity,” Boston Hospitality Review, Volume 2, Number 1, pages 16-22.
Hudson, Bradford T. (2014) “Railroad Hotels: From Infrastructure to Destination,” in Michael Conlin and Geoffrey Bird (editors) Railway Heritage and Tourism: Past, Present and Future, Bristol, UK: Channel View Publications.
Hudson, Bradford T. (2014) “Hospitality History,” in Robert A. Brymer and Misty M. Johanson (editors) Hospitality: An Introduction, Fifteenth Edition, Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.
Mark, Tanya, Katherine N. Lemon and Mark Vandenbosch (2014), “Customer Migration Patterns: Evidence From a North American Retailer,” Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice, 24 (3), 251-270.
Verhoef, Peter C. & Lemon, Katherine N. (2014). Advances in customer value management. In R.M. Morgan, J.T. Parish & G. Deitz (Eds.), Handbook of Research in Relationship Marketing. Northampton, UK: Edgar Elgar Publishing.
Nenkov, Gergana Y. and Maura L. Scott (2014), “So Cute I Could Eat It Up”: Priming Effects of Cute Products on Indulgent Consumption,” Journal of Consumer Research, 42 (2), 326-341.
Cornil, Yann, Nailya Ordabayeva, Ulrike Kaiser, Bernd Weber and Pierre Chandon (2014), “The Acuity of Vice: Attitude Ambivalence Improves Visual Sensitivity to Increasing Portion Sizes,” Journal of Consumer Psychology, 24 (2), 177-187.
Salisbury, Linda Court (2014), “Minimum Payment Warnings and Information Disclosure Effects on Consumer Debt Repayment Decisions,” Journal of Public Policy & Marketing 33 (1), 49-64.
Berry, Leonard, Andrea Godfrey Flynn, Kathleen Seiders, Kelly L. Haws, and Steve Q. Quatch (2014), “Physician Counseling of Overweight Patients About Preventive Health Behaviors,” American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 46, 3 (March), 297-403.
Prado, Andrea M. and Arch G. Woodside (2014), “Deepening Understanding of Certification Adoption and Non-Adoption of International-Supplier Ethical Standards,” Journal of Business Ethics.
Woodside, Arch G. (2014), “Embrace•perform•model: Complexity theory, contrarian case analysis, and multiple realities,” Journal of Business Research, 67, 2495-2503.
Hudson, Bradford T. (forthcoming) “The Prevalence of Longevity Among Leading Brands,” Boston Hospitality Review, Volume 2, Number 3.
Hudson, Bradford T. (forthcoming) “The Role of Corporate Vehicle Museums in Consumer Brand Engagement,” in Michael Conlin (editor), Automobile Heritage and Tourism, Bristol, UK: Channel View Publications.
Bone, Sterling A., Paul W. Fombelle, Kristal Ray, and Katherine N. Lemon, “How Customer Participation in B2B Peer-to-Peer Problem Solving Communities influences the Need for Traditional Customer Service,” forthcoming, Journal of Service Research.
Mende, Martin, Maura L. Scott, Katherine N. Lemon and Scott A. Thompson (2014), “Altruistic Lies, Confrontational Firings, Righteous Terminations and Egoistic Lies: Understanding How Consumers React to Firm-Initiated Relationship Endings,” in Consumer-Brand Relationships 2, Susan Fournier, Michael Breazeale and Jill Avery, Eds., Oxford: Taylor & Francis/Routledge.
Nenkov, Gergana Y., Kelly M. Haws, and Min Jung Kim, “Fluency in Future Focus: Optimizing Outcome Elaboration Strategies for Effective Self-Control,” Social Psychological and Personality Science, forthcoming.
Reimann, Martin, Gergana Y. Nenkov, Deborah MacInnis, Maureen Morrin, “The Role of Hope in Financial Risk Seeking,” Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, forthcoming.
Askegaard, Soren, Nailya Ordabayeva, Pierre Chandon, Tracy Cheung, Zuzana Chytkova, Yann Cornil, Canan Corus, Julie A. Edell Britton, Astrid Franziska Junghans, Dorthe Brogaard Kristensen, Daniele Mathras, Ilona Mikkonen, Elizabeth G. Miller, Nada Sayarh, and Carolina Werle (forthcoming), “Moralities in Food and Health Research,” Journal of Marketing Management.
Dubois, David and Nailya Ordabayeva (forthcoming), “Social Hierarchy, Social Status and Status Consumption,” in Michael I. Norton, Derek D. Rucker, and Cait Lamberton (Editors), Cambridge Handbook of Consumer Psychology. Cambridge MA: Cambridge Press.
Seiders, Kathleen, Andrea Godfrey Flynn, Leonard L. Berry and Kelly L. Haws (2014), "Motivating Customers to Adhere to Expert Advice in Professional Services: A Medical Service Context," Journal of Service Research, in press.
Gerald E. Smith (forthcoming 2015), Schooling the Prophet: The Influence of the Book of Mormon on Joseph Smith and the Early Restoration (Brigham Young University Press, Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship).
Woodside, Arch G., Catherine Prentice, and Anders Juhl Larsen (forthcoming), “Revisiting Problem Gamblers’ Harsh Gaze on Casino Services: Applying Complexity Theory to Identify Exceptional Customers,” Psychology and Marketing.
Woodside, Arch G. (forthcoming), “The General Theory of Behavioral Pricing: Applying Complexity Theory to Explicate Heterogeneity and Achieve High-Predictive Validity,” Industrial Marketing Management.
Arch G. Woodside, J. Scott Armstrong, Gerald Zaltman, eds. (forthcoming 2015). "Essential Knowledge for Research in Marketing," Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.