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Faculty Publications

selected books and articles in leading scholarly journals

Inman, J. Jeffrey and Hristina Nikolova (2017), “Shopper-Facing Retail Technology: A Retailer Adoption Decision Framework Incorporating Shopper Attitudes and Privacy Concerns,” Journal of Retailing, 93 (1), 7-28. Lead Article.

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Nikolova, Hristina and Cait Lamberton (2016), “Men and the Middle: Gender Differences in Dyadic Compromise Effects,” Journal of Consumer Research, 43 (3), 355-371. Lead Article.

Nikolova, Hristina and Cait Lamberton (2016), “Men Choose Differently When They Choose with Other Men,” Harvard Business Review.

Nikolova, Hristina, Cait Lamberton, and Kelly L. Haws (2016), "Haunts or Helps from the Past: The Effect of Recall on Current Self-Control,” Journal of Consumer Psychology, 26 (2), 245-256.

 

 

 

 

 

Reisch, Lucia and Min Zhao (2016), “Behavioural Economics, Consumer Behaviour, and Consumer Policy: State of the Art,” Behavioural Public Policy, 2.

 

 

Dzhogleva Nikolova, Hristina and J. Jeffrey Inman (2015), “Healthy Choice: The Effect of Simplified POS Nutritional Information on Consumer Choice Behavior.” Journal of Marketing Research, 52 (6), 817-835.

 

Castelo, Noah, Elizabeth Hardy, Julian House, Nina Mazar, Claire Tsai and Min Zhao (2015), “Moving Citizens Online: Salience and Framing as Motivators for Behavioral Change,” Journal of Behavioral Science and Policy, 1(2), 57-68.

Aggarwal, Pankaj and Min Zhao (2015) “Seeing the Big Picture: The Effect of Height on the Level of Construal,” Journal of Marketing Research, 52(1), 120-133, equal authorship.

 

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), Embraceperformmodel: Complexity theory, contrarian case analysis, and multiple realities,” Journal of Business Research, 67, 2495-2503.

 

 

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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.

Zhao, Min, Darren Dahl and Steve Hoeffler (2014), “Optimal Visualization Aids and Temporal Framing for New Products,” Journal of Consumer Research, 41(3), 1137-1151.

Lee, Kelly Kiyeon and Min Zhao (2014), “The Impact of Price on Preference Consistency over Time,” Journal of Consumer Research, 41(1), 109-118.

 

 

 

 

Arch G. Woodside, J. Scott Armstrong, Gerald Zaltman, eds. (forthcoming 2015). "Essential Knowledge for Research in Marketing," Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

 

Hudson, Bradford T. and Balmer, John M.T. (2013) “Corporate Heritage Brands: Mead's Theory of the Past,” Corporate Communications, Volume 18, Issue 3, pages 347–61.

Hudson, Bradford T. (2013) “Still Searching for Excellence,” Boston Hospitality Review, Volume 1, Number 4, pages 22-26.

Hudson, Bradford T. (2013) “Brand Heritage and Heritage Tourism,” Boston Hospitality Review, Volume 1, Number 3, pages 12-16.

Hudson, Bradford T. (2013) “An Important Arrival: The Anatomy of a Vintage Advertisement,” Boston Hospitality Review, Volume 1, Number 2, pages 17-22.

Hudson, Bradford T. (2013) “The History of Restaurants,” in Peter Szende (editor) Hospitality Management: A Module Approach, Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall.

Hudson, Bradford T. (2013) “Brand Heritage,” in Cary L. Cooper (editor), Encyclopedia of Management, Third Edition, Chichester UK: Wiley.

Mark, Tanya, Katherine N. Lemon, Mark Vandenbosch Jan Bulla and Antonello Maruotti (2013), “Capturing The Evolution of Customer-Firm Relationships:  How Customers Become More (or Less) Valuable Over Time,” Journal of Retailing, 89 (3), 231-245.

Verhoef, Peter C. and Katherine N. Lemon (2013), “Successful Customer Value Management: Key-Lessons and Emerging Trends,” European Management Journal, 31 (February), 1-15.

Lemon, Katherine N. (2013), “Focus on the Multidisciplinary Nature of Service Research,” Editorial in Journal of Service Research, 16 (May), 119-120.

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.

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.

Ordabayeva, Nailya and Pierre Chandon (2013), “Predicting and Managing Consumers’ Package Size Impressions,” Journal of Marketing, 77 (September), 123-137.

Burroughs, James E., Lan Nguyen Chaplin, Mario Pandelaere, Michael Norton, Nailya Ordabayeva, Alex Gunz and Leslie Dinauer (2013), “Using Motivation Theory to Develop a Transformative Consumer Research Agenda for Reducing Materialism in Society,” Journal of Public Policy and Marketing, 32 (1), 18-31.

Ordabayeva, Nailya (2013), “How to Manage Consumers’ Packaging Impressions,” RSM Insight, 16, 11-13.

Woodside, A.G. (2013), “Proposing a new logic for data analysis in marketing and consumer behavior: case study research of large-N survey data for estimating algorithms that accurately profile X (extremely high-use) consumers,” Journal of Global Scholars of Marketing Science, 22 (4), 277-289.

Woodside, Arch G. (2013), “Achieving accuracy, generalization-to-contexts, and complexity in theories of business-to-business decision processes,” Industrial Marketing Management, 42, 382-393.

Woodside, Arch G. and Mann Zhang (2013), “Cultural Diversity and Marketing Transactions: Are Market Integration, Large Community Size, and World Religions Necessary for Fairness in Ephemeral Exchanges?” Psychology & Marketing, 30 (3), 263-276.

Hsu, S., Woodside, A.G., Marshall, R. (2013), “Critical Tests of Multiple Theories of Cultures’ Consequences Comparing the Usefulness of Models by Hofstede, Inglehart and Baker, Schwartz, Steenkamp, as well as GDP and Distance for Explaining Overseas Tourism Behavior,” Journal of Travel Research, 52 (6) 679-704.

Chia‐Wen Chang, Ting‐Hsiang Tseng, Arch G. Woodside (2013), "Configural algorithms of patient satisfaction, participation in diagnostics, and treatment decisions' influences on hospital loyalty,” Journal of Services Marketing, 27 (2) 91 – 103.

Woodside, A.G. (2013), “Proposing a new logic for data analysis in marketing and consumer behavior: case study research of large-N survey data for estimating algorithms that accurately profile X (extremely high-use) consumers,” Journal of Global Scholars of Marketing Science, 22 (4), 277–289.

Maureen Morrin, J. Jeffrey Inman, Susan M. Broniarczyk, Gergana Y. Nenkov, Jonathan Reuter (2012) “Investing for Retirement: The Moderating Effect of Fund Assortment Size on the 1/N Heuristic,” Journal of Marketing Research: August 2012, Vol. 49, No. 4, pp. 537-550.

Gerald E. Smith (2012), ed. Visionary Pricing: Reflections and Advances in Honor of Dan Nimer, in the series Business-to-Business Brand Management: Theory, Research, and Executive Case Study Exercises. London: Emerald Group Publishing, Ltd.

Gerald E. Smith (2012). "Introduction to Visionary Pricing," in Gerald E. Smith, ed., Visionary Pricing: Reflections and Advances in Honor of Dan Nimer, in the seriesBusiness-to-Business Brand Management: Theory, Research, and Executive Case Study Exercises. London: Emerald Group Publishing, Ltd.

Gerald E. Smith (2012). "Emergent Pricing Strategy," in Gerald E. Smith, ed.,Visionary Pricing: Reflections and Advances in Honor of Dan Nimer, in the series Business-to-Business Brand Management: Theory, Research, and Executive Case Study Exercises. London: Emerald Group Publishing, Ltd.

Gerald E. Smith and Daniel A. Nimer (2012). "The Founding Principles and Strategies of Pricing," in Gerald E. Smith, ed., Visionary Pricing: Reflections and Advances in Honor of Dan Nimer, in the series Business-to-Business Brand Management: Theory, Research, and Executive Case Study Exercises. London: Emerald Group Publishing, Ltd.

Gerald E. Smith (2012). "One on One: Pricing with Dan Nimer," in Gerald E. Smith, ed., Visionary Pricing: Reflections and Advances in Honor of Dan Nimer, in the seriesBusiness-to-Business Brand Management: Theory, Research, and Executive Case Study Exercises. London: Emerald Group Publishing, Ltd.

Martin, Drew and Woodside, Arch G. (2012), “Structure and Process Modeling of Seemingly Unstructured Leisure-Travel Decisions and Behavior,” International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Managemen,. 24 (6) 855-872.

Kelly L. Haws, William O. Bearden, and Gergana Y. Nenkov. “Consumer Spending Self-Control Effectiveness and Outcome Elaboration Prompts,” Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 40(5), pp. 695-710.

Gerald E. Smith (2012). “Economic Value, Frames of Reference, and Impact of Framed Positioning Strategies in Business-To-Business Markets,” in Mark Glynn and Arch G. Woodside, eds, Business to Business Marketing Management: Strategies, Cases, and Solutions in the series Advances in Business Marketing and Purchasing, Volume 18, pp. 281-320. London: Emerald Group Publishing Ltd.

S. Adam Brasel (2012). “How Focused Identities can Help Brands Navigate a Changing Media Landscape,” Business Horizons, 55(3), pp. 283-291.

Patrick, Vanessa M. and Henrik Hagtvedt (2012), “How to Say “No”: Conviction and Identity Attributions in Persuasive Refusal,” International Journal of Research in Marketing, 29 (4), 390-4.

Patrick, Vanessa M. and Henrik Hagtvedt (2012), ““I Don’t” versus “I Can’t”: When Empowered Refusal Motivates Goal-Directed Behavior,” Journal of Consumer Research, 39 (2), 371-81.

Flynn, Andrea Godfrey, Kathleen Seiders, and Glenn B. Voss (2012), “When is Enough Enough? Balancing on the Fine Line in Multichannel Marketing Communications,” in press, GfK – Marketing Intelligence Review.

Martin, D. and Woodside, A.G. (2012), “Structure and Process Modeling of Seemingly Unstructured Leisure-Travel Decisions and Behavior,” International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 24 (6), 855-872.

Guercini, S., and Woodside, A.G. (2012), “Strategic Supply Chain Approach: Consortium Marketing in the Italian Leatherwear Industry,” Marketing Intelligence & Planning, 30, forthcoming.

Eng, S. and Woodside, A.G. (2012), “Configural analysis of the drinking man: Fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analyses,” Addictive Behaviors, 37, 541-543.

Linda Court Salisbury and Fred M. Feinberg (2012). “All Things Considered? The Role of Choice Set Formation in Choice Diversification,” Journal of Marketing Research, 49(3), pp. 320-335.

Arch G. Woodside and Mann Zhang (2012). “Identifying X-Consumers Using Casual Recipes: 'Whales' and 'Jumbo Shrimps' Casino Gamblers,” J Gambl Stud, 28, pp. 13-26.

Arch G. Woodside, Eunju Ko and Tzung-Cheng (T.C.) Huan (2012). “The New Logic in Building Isomorphic Theory of Management Decision Realities,” Management Decision, 50(5), pp. 765-777.

Arch G. Woodside (2012). “Economic Psychology and Fashion Marketing Theory Appraising Veblen’s Theory of Conspicuous Consumption,” Journal of Global Fashion Marketing, 3(2), pp. 55-60.

Mark Glynn and Arch G. Woodside, Eds. (2012). Business-to-Business Marketing Management, London: Emerald.

Ken Hyde, Chris Ryan, and Arch G. Woodside, Eds. (2012). Field Guide to Case Study Research in Culture, Tourism and Leisure, London, Emerald.

Arch G. Woodside (2012). “Consumer Evaluations of Competing Brands: Perceptual versus Predictive Validity,” Psychology & Marketing, 29(6), pp.458-466.

Arch G. Woodside and Roger Baxter (2012). “Case Study Research in Business-to-Business Contexts: Theory and Methods,” in Gary Lilien and Rajdeep Grewal (Eds.), Handbook of Business-to-Business Marketing, ISBM/Elgar Publishers.

Arch G. Woodside (2012). “Incompetency Training:  Theory, Practice, Remedies,” Journal of Business Research, (Editorial), 65, 279-293.

Li, Chu-Shiu, Chih Hao Lin, Chwen-Chi Liu, and Arch G. Woodside (2012). “Dynamic Pricing in Regulated Automobile Insurance Markets with Heterogeneous Insurers: Strategies Nice versus Nasty for Customers,” Journal of Business Research, 65(7), pp. 968-976.

Wilcox-Ugurlu, Caroline and Arch G. Woodside (2012). “The High Stakes of Sweepstakes: Too Much of a Good Thing Can Demotivate Consumers,” Journal of Advertising Research, 52(2), pp. 167-169..

Drew Martin and Arch G. Woodside (2012). “Structure and Process Models of Leisure Travel Decisions and Behavior: Mapping How Visitors Interpret Own Travel Plans, Actions, and Outcomes,” International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 24(6), pp. 855-872.

Martin Reimann, Wilko Feye, Alan J. Malter, Josh Ackerman, Raquel Castaño, Nitika Garg, Robert Kreuzbauer, Aparna A. Labroo, Angela Y. Lee, Maureen Morrin, Gergana Y. Nenkov, Jesper H. Nielsen, Maria Perez, Gratiana Pol, José Antonio Rosa, Carolyn Yoon, and Chen-Bo Zhong  (2012). “Embodiment in Judgment and Choice,” Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Economics, 5 (2), 104-123.

Gergana Y. Nenkov and Peter M. Gollwitzer (2012). “Pre- versus Postdecisional Deliberation and Commitment: The Positive Effects of Defensiveness,” Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 48 (1), 106-121.

John S. Hulland, Gergana Y. Nenkov, and Donald W. Barclay (2012). “Perceived Marketing / Sales Relationship Effectiveness: A Matter of Justice,” Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 40 (3), 450-467.

Gergana Y. Nenkov, Kelly Haws, and Min Jung Kim (2012). “How Best to Think about the Future: Which Outcome Elaboration Strategies Help Control Desire?” Advances in Consumer Research, 39, pp. 40-41.

Gerald E. Smith (2012). “Economic Value, Frames of Reference, and the Impact of Framed Positioning Strategies in Business-to-Business Markets,” in Mark Glynn and Arch G. Woodside, eds, Business to Business Marketing Management: Strategies, Cases, and Solutions in the series Advances in Business Marketing & Purchasing, Volume 18, pp. 281-320. London: Emerald Group Publishing Ltd.

Gergana Y. Nenkov (2012). “It’s all in the Mindset: Effects of Varying Psychological Distance in Persuasive Messages,” Marketing Letters, 23 (3), 615-628.

Kelly L. Haws, William O. Bearden, and Gergana Y. Nenkov (2012), “Consumer Spending Self-Control Effectiveness and Outcome Elaboration Prompts,” Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 40 (5), 695-710.

Min Zhao, Leonard Lee and Dilip Soman (2012), “Crossing the Virtual Boundary: The Effect of Task-Irrelevant Environmental Cues on Task Implementation,” Psychological Science, 23(10), 1200-1207.

Min Zhao, Steve Hoeffler and Darren Dahl (2012), “Imagination Difficulty and New Product Evaluation,” Journal of Product Innovation Management, 29, 76-90.

S. Adam Brasel (2011). “Systematic reflection as a learning opportunity,” Academy of Marketing Science Review, 1(2), 90-92.

S. Adam Brasel (2011). “Nonconscious Drivers of Visual Attention in Interactive Media Environments,” Journal of Brand Management. 18(7), 473-482.

S. Adam Brasel and James Gips (2011). "Red Bull ‘Gives You Wings’ For Better or Worse: A Double-Edged Impact of Brand Exposure on Performance," Journal of Consumer Psychology, 21(1), 57-64.

S. Adam Brasel and James Gips (2011). “Media Multitasking Behavior: Concurrent Television and Computer Usage," Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 14(9), 527-534.

Andrea Godfrey, Kathleen Seiders, Glenn Voss (2011). “Enough is Enough! The Fine Line in Executing Multichannel Relational Communication,” Journal of Marketing, 75(July), 94-109.

Arch G. Woodside (2011). “Gestalt Modeling of International Tourism Behavior: Applying Dimensional Qualitative Research in Constructing Grounded Theory,” Psychology & Marketing, 28(10), pp. 98-110.

Henrik Hagtvedt and Vanessa M. Patrick (2011). “Turning Art into Mere Illustration: Concretizing Art Renders Its Influence Context Dependent,” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 37 (12), 1624-32.

Henrik Hagtvedt (2011). “The Impact of Incomplete Typeface Logos on Perceptions of the Firm,” Journal of Marketing, 75 (4), 86-93.

Vanessa M. Patrick and Henrik Hagtvedt (2011). “Aesthetic Incongruity Resolution,” Journal of Marketing Research, 48 (April), 393-402.

Simon Lacey, Henrik Hagtvedt, Vanessa Patrick, Amy Anderson, Randall Stilla, Gopikrishna Deshpande, Xiaoping Hu, João R. Sato, Srinivas Reddy, and Krish Sathian (2011). “Art for Reward’s Sake: Visual Art Recruits the Ventral Striatum,” NeuroImage, 55 (1), 420-33.

Daniel Navarro-Martinez, Linda Court Salisbury, Katherine N. Lemon, Neil Stewart, William J. Matthews, and Adam J. L. Harris (2011). “Minimum Required Payment and Supplemental Information Disclosure Effects on Consumer Debt Repayment Decisions,” Journal of Marketing Research, 48 (November), S60-S77.

Peter C. Verhoef and Katherine N. Lemon (2011). “Customer Value Management: Optimizing the Value of the Firm’s Customer Base,” Fast Forward publication by the Marketing Science Institute: Cambridge, MA.

Katherine N. Lemon, John H. Roberts, Priya Raghubir, and Russell S. Winer (2011). “Measuring the Effects of Corporate Social Responsibility; A Stakeholder-Based Approach,” Directors Notes, 3 (March), The Conference Board.

Daniel Navarro-Martinez, Linda Court Salisbury, Katherine N. Lemon, Neil Stewart, William J. Matthews, and Adam J. L. Harris (2011). “Minimum Required Payment and Supplemental Information Disclosure Effects on Consumer Debt Repayment Decisions,” Journal of Marketing Research, 48(November), S60-S77.

Elizabeth G. Miller, Kathleen Seiders, Maureen Kenny, and Mary E. Walsh (2011). “Children's Use of On-Package Nutritional Claim Information," Journal of Consumer Behavior, 10, 122-132.

Arch G. Woodside (2011). Tourism Sensemaking:  Strategies to Give Meaning to Experience, London, Emerald.

Miri Chung and Arch G. Woodside (2011). “Causal Recipes Sufficient for Identifying Market Gurus versus Mavens,” In Andreas Meier and Laurent Donzé (Eds.), Fuzzy Methods for Customer Relationship Management and Marketing: Applications and Classification, IGI Global, Hershey PA, USA.

L.S. Gau and Arch G. Woodside (2011). "Living in paradox: Committing road rage and attending church most weeks." 2011 AMA Summer Educators’ Conference Proceedings, 22, 185-192. American Marketing Association.

Arch G. Woodside and S. Adam Brasel (2011). “Guest Editorial: Unconscious thinking, feeling and behavior toward products and brands: Introduction to a Journal of Brand Management special issue,” Journal of Brand Management, 18, 451 – 456. doi: 10.1057/bm.2011.8; published online 18 March 2011.

Arch G. Woodside and Mann Zhang (2011). “Identifying X-Consumers Using Causal Recipes: ‘Whales’ and ‘Jumbo Shrimps’ Casino Gamblers,” Journal of Gambling Studies, 28(1), pp. 13-26.

Arch G. Woodside (2011). “Consumer Evaluations of Competing Brands: Perceptual versus Predictive Validity,” Psychology & Marketing, 29(6), pp. 458-466.

Arch G. Woodside (2011). “Responding to The Severe Limitations of Cross-Sectional Surveys: Commenting on Rong and Wilkinson’s Perspectives,” Australasian Marketing Journal, 2011, doi:10.1016/j.ausmj.2011.04.004.

Arch G. Woodside, Shih-Yun Hsu, and Roger Marshall (2011). “General Theory of Cultures' Consequences on International Tourism Behavior,” Journal of Business Research, 64, 785-799.

Arch G. Woodside, Carol M. Megehee, and Suresh Sood (2011). “Conversations with(in) The Collective Unconscious by Consumers, Brands, and Relevant Others,” Journal of Business Research, 2011, doi:10.1016/j.jbusres.2011.02.016.

Arch G. Woodside, Ramos Mir Vicente, and Mariana Duque (2011). “Tourism’s Destination Dominance and Marketing Website Usefulness,” International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 23 (4), 552-564.

Drew Martin and Arch G. Woodside, (2011). “Tourists’ Dual-Process Accounts of Reasoning, Judgment, and Actions,” International Journal of Culture, Tourism and Hospitality Research, 5 (1), forthcoming.

Drew Martin and Arch G. Woodside (2011). “Storytelling Research on International Visitors Interpreting Own Experiences in Tokyo,” Qualitative Marketing Research, 14 (1), 27-54.

Karen Stilley, Karen Page Winterich, and Gergana Y. Nenkov (2011). “You Spend, I Spend, but You Save, I Save: Effects of Deliberative Mindsets and Social Comparison on Financial Decisions,” Advances in Consumer Research, Volume 38, eds. Darren W. Dahl, Gita V. Johar, and Stijn M.J. van Osselaer, Duluth, MN : Association for Consumer Research.

Gergana Y. Nenkov and J. Jeffrey Inman (2011).  “Effects of Decisional Status and Construal Level on the Persuasiveness of Health-Related Messages and Products,” Advances in Consumer Research, Volume 38, eds. Darren W. Dahl, Gita V. Johar, and Stijn M.J. van Osselaer, Duluth, MN : Association for Consumer Research.

Gergana Y. Nenkov, Deborah MacInnis, Maureen Morrin, Martin Reimann, and Antoine Bechara (2011). “Dissociating Positive Emotions of Hope and Hopefulness and Their Differential Impact on Consumer Financial Risk-Taking: A Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study,” Advances in Consumer Research, Volume 38, eds. Darren W. Dahl, Gita V. Johar, and Stijn M.J. van Osselaer, Duluth, MN : Association for Consumer Research.

Gerald E. Smith (2011). “Smithsonian Security Services,” in Mark Glynn and Arch G. Woodside (ed.), Advances in Business Marketing & Purchasing (pp. 6). London: Emerald Group Publishing, Ltd.

Gerald E. Smith (2011). “Kent Monroe and His Impact on the Field of Marketing,” in Jagdish N. Sheth and Manjit S. Yadav, eds, Legends in Marketing, Volume 7: Pricing Management and Practice, Sage Publications.

Gerald E. Smith (2011). “Financial Analysis: Pricing for Profit,” in Thomas T. Nagle, John Hogan, and Joseph Zale, The Strategy and Tactics of Pricing, 5th Edition. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

 

 Soman, Dilip and Min Zhao (2011), “The Fewer the Better: Number of Goals and Savings Behavior,” Journal of Marketing Research, 48(6), 944–957, equal authorship.

 Min Zhao, Steve Hoeffler, and Gal Zauberman (2011), “Mental  Simulation and Product Evaluation: The Affective and Cognitive Dimensions of Process versus Outcome-Focused Thoughts,” Journal of Marketing Research, 48(5), 827–839.

Min Zhao and Jinhong Xie (2011), “Effects of Social and Temporal Distance on Consumers’ Responses to Peer Recommendations,” Journal of Marketing Research,48(3), 486–496.

Min Zhao and Claire I. Tsai (2011), “The Effects of Duration Knowledge on Forecasted vs. Actual Affective Experience,” Journal of Consumer Research, 38(3), 525–534, equal authorship.

Tsai, Claire I. and Min Zhao (2011), “Predicting Consumption Time: The Role of Event Valence and Unpacking,” Journal of Consumer Research, 38(3), 459–473.

S. Adam Brasel (2010). “Embedded Promotions in Online Services: How Goal Relevance Ambiguity Shapes Response and Affect,” Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 16(3), 263-260.

S. Adam Brasel (2010). “Adding Promotions to Online Services: How Goal Relevance Ambiguity Shapes Consumer Response,” Journal of Experimental Psychology, 16(3), pp. 263-280.

Katherine N. Lemon (2010). “Setting the Agenda for the Future of Service Research,” Journal of Service Research, 13(1), 3.

Arch G. Woodside (2010). “Brand–Consumer Storytelling Theory and Research,” Psychology & Marketing / Wiley, 26(6), 531-540.

Arch G. Woodside (2010). “The Impact of External Forces on Cartel Network Dynamics,” Industrial Marketing Management / Elsevier, 39(3), 202-212.

Jenny van Doorn, Katherine N. Lemon, Vikas Mittal, Stephan Nass, Doreén Pick, Peter Pirner, Peter Verhoef (2010). “Customer Engagement Behavior: Theoretical Foundations and Research Directions,” Journal of Service Research, 13 (August), 253-266.

Christy Ashley, Stephanie Noble, Naveen Donthu and Katherine N. Lemon (2010). “Why Customers Won’t Relate: Understanding the Key Obstacles to Customer Engagement Behaviors,” Journal of Business Research, 64 (July), 749-756.

Priya Raghubir, John Roberts, Katherine N. Lemon and Russell S. Winer (2010). “Why, When, and How Should the Effect of Marketing on the Community Be Measured? A Stakeholder Perspective for Corporate Social Responsibility Metrics,” Journal of Public Policy in Marketing, 29 (1), 66-77.

Katherine N. Lemon (2010). “From The Editor: State of the Journal,” Editorial in Journal of Service Research, 13 (November), 359-361.

Linda Court Salisbury and Fred M. Feinberg (2010). “Alleviating the Constant Stochastic Variance Assumption in Decision Research: Theory, Measurement and Experimental Test,” Marketing Science, 29(1), 1-17.

Linda Court Salisbury and Fred M. Feinberg (2010). “Temporal Stochastic Inflation in Choice-Based Research,” Marketing Science, 29(1) 32-39.

Glenn B. Voss, Andrea Godfrey, and Kathleen Seiders (2010). “How Complementarity and Substitution Alter the Customer Satisfaction-Repurchase Link,” Journal of Marketing, 74 (November), 111-127.

Leonard L. Berry, Ruth N. Bolton, Cheryl H. Bridges, Jeffrey Meyer, A. Parasuraman, and Kathleen Seiders (2010). “Opportunities for Innovation in the Delivery of Retail Interactive Services,” Journal of Interactive Marketing, 24, 2 (May), 155-167.

Glenn B. Voss, Andrea Godfrey, and Kathleen Seiders (2010). “Do Satisfied Customers Always Buy More? The Roles of Satiation and Habituation in Customer Repurchase,” Marketing Science Institute Working Paper, 10-101. Marketing Science Institute: Cambridge, MA. 85-106.

Arch G. Woodside (2010). Case Study Research: Theory, Methods and Applications, London: Emerald Publishing.

Arch G. Woodside (Ed.) (2010). Tourism-Marketing Performance Metrics and Usefulness Auditing of Destination Websites, Advances in Culture, Tourism and Hospitality Research, Volume 4, Bingley, UK: Emerald.

Arch G. Woodside (Ed.) (2010). Organizational Culture, Business-to-Business Relationships, and Interfirm Networks, Advances in Business Marketing & Purchasing, Volume 16, Bingley, UK: Emerald.

Drew Martin and Arch G. Woodside (2010). “Gestalt Modeling of International Tourism Behavior: Advancing Grounded Theory following Etic Interpreting of Stories Japanese tell about Their Visits to the United States,” Psychology & Marketing, 28 (10), 98-110.

Drew Martin and Arch G. Woodside (2010). “Acculturation Marketing Theory and Practice: Content Evidence from Longitudinal Research on Foreign Actors’ Role Assimilation in Japanese Television Advertising,” in M. Gueldry’s Languages Mean Business: Integrating Languages and Cultures in/for the Professions (pp. 189-212), New York: Mellen Press.

Arch G. Woodside (2010). “Bridging the Chasm between Survey and Case Study  Research: Methods for Achieving Generalization, Accuracy, and Complexity,” Industrial Marketing Management, 39, 64-75.

Carol M. Megehee and Arch G. Woodside (2010). “Creating Visual Narrative Art for Decoding Stories that Consumers and Brands Tell,” Psychology & Marketing, 27 (6), 603-622.

Arch G. Woodside (2010). “Storytelling Theory and Practice in Consumer Psychology,” Psychology & Marketing, 27 (6), 531-540.

Arch G. Woodside (2010). “Key Success and Failure Paths in Fashion Marketing Strategies,” Journal of Global Fashion Marketing, 1 (1), 1-12.

Arch G. Woodside, Wen-Hsiang Lai, Kyung Hoon Kim, and Deuk Keyo Jung (2010). “Interpreting Bounded Rationality in Business and Industrial Marketing Contexts,” Journal of the Global Academy of Marketing Science, 3 (1), 49-61.

Gergana Y. Nenkov and Kelly Haws (2010). “Is Looking Before You Leap Always Good? Future Consequence Elaboration and Self-Control,” in Advances in Consumer Research, Volume 37, eds. Margaret C. Campbell, Jeff Inman, and Rik Pieters, Duluth, MN: Association for Consumer Research.

Gergana Y. Nenkov, Deborah J. MacInnis, and Maureen Morrin (2010). “Differentiating the Psychological Impact of Threats to Hope and Hopefulness on Retirement Savings,” in Advances in Consumer Research, Volume 37, eds. Margaret C. Campbell, Jeff Inman, and Rik Pieters, Vol. 37, Duluth, MN: Association for Consumer Research.

Gerald E. Smith and Arch G. Woodside (2010). “Pricing Theory and Practice in Managing Business-to-Business Brands,” in Mark Glynn and Arch G. Woodside, Business-To-Business Brand Management, London: Emerald Press.

Gerald E. Smith and Sajeev Varki (2010). “How Do Consumers Form Perceptions of Economic Value? An Exploratory Study,” in M.K. Brady (ed.). Marketing Theory and Applications, Proceedings of the AMA Winter Educators Conference, Volume 21, February 19-22, 2010, American Marketing Association, abstract only.

 

Katherine N. Lemon and Florian v. Wangenheim (2009). “The Reinforcing Effects of Loyalty Program Partnerships and Core Service Usage: A Longitudinal Analysis,” Journal of Service Research, 11(May). 357-370.

Henrik Hagtvedt and Vanessa M. Patrick (2009). “The Broad Embrace of Luxury: Hedonic Potential as a Driver of Brand Extendibility,” Journal of Consumer Psychology, 19 (4), 608-18.

Vanessa M. Patrick, Matthew Lancellotti, and Henrik Hagtvedt (2009). “Getting a Second Chance: The Influence of Inaction Regret on Future Purchase Opportunities,” Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 37 (2), 181-90. All three authors contributed equally.

Peter C. Verhoef, Katherine N. Lemon, A. Parasuraman, Anne Roggeveen, Leonard A. Schlesinger, Michael Tsiros (2009). “Customer Experience: Determinants and Dynamics,” Journal of Retailing Special Issue on Enhancing the Retail Customer Experience, 85 (March), 31-41.

Sterling A. Bone, Katherine N. Lemon, Katie A. Liljenquist, R. Bruce Money, and Kristen B. DeTienne (2009). “Fishing for Compliments and Complaints: The Influence of Solicited Customer Feedback and Company Acknowledgment on Customer Attitudes and Repatronage Behavior,” Marketing Science Institute Reports Working Paper Series, No. 09-113.

Kathleen Seiders (2009). “Understanding How Employees Understand Customers: A Commentary Essay,” Journal of Business Research, 62 (11), 1136-1138.

Abdul Ali and Kathleen Seiders (2009). “Entrepreneurial Marketing,” inThe Portable MBA in Entrepreneurship, 4th Edition (Bygrave and Zacharakis, editors), John Wiley & Sons, in press. Also, 3rd Edition (2004), 71-107.

Arch G. Woodside, Carol M. Megehee, and Alfred Ogle, Eds. (2009). “Perspectives on CrossCultural, Ethnographic, Brand Image, Storytelling, Unconscious Needs, and Hospitality Guest Research,” in Advances in Culture, Tourism and Hospitality Research, Volume 3, Bingley: Emerald Publishing.

Mark Glynn and Arch G. Woodside (2009). Business-to-Business Brand Management, Bingley, UK: JAI Press, an Imprint of Emerald Group.

Ralph Perfetto and Arch G. Woodside (2009). “Extremely Frequent Behavior in Consumer Research: Theory and Empirical Evidence for Chronic Casino Gambling,” Journal of Gambling Studies, 25: 297–316.

Hugh M. Pattinson and Arch G. Woodside (2009). “Capturing and (Re)Interpreting Complexity in Multi-Firm Disruptive Product Innovations,” Journal of Business & Industrial Marketing, 24 (1), 61-76.

Arch G. Woodside and Marcia Sakai (2009). “Analyzing Performance Audit Reports of Destination Management Organizations’ Actions and Outcomes,” Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, 26, 303-329.

Drew Martin and Arch G. Woodside (2009). “Moving beyond pedagogy to andragogy: experimental learning exercises for tourism/hospitality executive training,” International Journal of Culture, Tourism, & Hospitality Research, 9 (4), 283 – 286.

Arch G. Woodside and Kathleen R. Ferris-Costa (2009). “Business-to-Business Marketing, Organizational Buying Behaviour, Interfirm Relationships and Network Behaviour,” in The Marketing Book, 6th Edition, M. J. Baker and S. J. Hart, Eds., Elsevier: Amsterdam, 121-139.

Drew Martin and Arch G. Woodside (2009). “Acculturation Marketing Theory and Practice: Content Evidence from Longitudinal Research on Foreign Actor’s Role Assimilation in Japanese Television Advertising,” in M. Gueldry (Ed.), Walk the Talk: Integrating Languages and Cultures for the Professions. Edwin Mellen Publishing: Lewiston, NY.

Arch G. Woodside (2009). “Applying Systems Thinking to Sustainable Golf Tourism,” Journal of Travel Research, 48 (2), 205-215.

Xuan Tran and Arch G. Woodside (2009). “How Unconscious Needs Influence Traveler's Interpretations and Preferences of Alternative Tours and Hotels,” in Arch G. Woodside, C. M. Megehee, & A. Ogle, Eds., Perspectives on Cross-Cultural, Ethnographic, Brand Image, Storytelling, Unconscious Needs, and Hospitality Guest Research, Advances in Culture, Tourism and Hospitality Research, Volume 3, London: Emerald Publishing, 215-308.

Gerald E. Smith and Arch G. Woodside (2009). “Pricing Theory and Practice in Managing Business-to-Business Brands,” in Mark Glynn and Arch G. Woodside, Eds. Business-to-Business Brand Management, Bingley, UK: JAI Press, an Imprint of Emerald Group, 429-486.

Sylvia Von Wallpach and Arch G. Woodside (2009). “Enacted Internal Branding,” in Mark Glynn and Arch G. Woodside, Eds, Business-to-Business Brand Management, Bingley, UK: JAI Press, an Imprint of Emerald Group389-428.

Woonberg Na, Roger Marshall, and Arch G. Woodside (2009). “Decision System Analysis of Advertising Agency Decisions,” Qualitative Marketing Research, 12 (4), 153-170.

Arch G. Woodside and Marcia Sakai (2009). “Analyzing Performance Audit Reports of Destination Management Organizations’ Actions and Outcomes,” Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, 26 (3), 303-328.

Arch G. Woodside and Tim Ozcan (2009). “Customer Choices of Manufacturer versus Retailer Brands in Alternative Price and Usage Contexts,” Journal of Retailing & Consumer Services, 16, 100-108.

Arch G. Woodside and Carol M. Megehee (2009). “Travel Storytelling Theory and Practice,” Anatolia, 20 (1), 86-99.

Samir Gupta, Arch G. Woodside, Chris Dubelaar, & Don Bradmore (2009). “Diffusing Knowledge-Based Core Competencies for Leveraging Innovation Strategies,” Industrial Marketing Management, 38, 219-227.

Gergana Y. Nenkov, J. Jeffrey Inman, John S. Hulland, and Maureen Morrin (2009). “The Impact of Outcome Elaboration on Susceptibility to Contextual and Presentation Biases,” Journal of Marketing Research, 46 (December), 764-776.

Gergana Y. Nenkov, Deborah J. MacInnis, and Maureen Morrin (2009). “How Do Emotions Influence Saving Behavior,” Issue in Brief, Number 9-8, Chestnut Hill, MA: Center for Retirement Research at Boston College.

Gergana Y. Nenkov, Maureen Morrin, Barry Schwartz, Andrew Ward, and John Hulland (2009). “Re-Examination of Maximization: Psychometric Assessment and Derivation of a Short Form of the Maximization Scale,” in Advances in Consumer Research, Volume 36, eds. Ann L. McGill and Sharon Shavitt, 734-735, Duluth, MN : Association for Consumer Research.

Min Zhao, Steve Hoeffler, and Darren Dahl (2009), “The Role of Imagination-Focused Visualization on New Product Evaluation,” Journal of Marketing Research, 46(1), 46–55.

Ruth N. Bolton, Katherine N. Lemon, and Peter C. Verhoef, (2008). “Expanding Business-to-Business Customer Relationships: Modeling the Customer Upgrade Decision,” Journal of Marketing, 72, 46-64.

S. Adam Brasel and James Gips (2008). “Points of View: Where Do We Look When We Watch TV?" Perception, 37(12), 1890-1894.

S. Adam Brasel and James Gips (2008). “Breaking Through Fast-Forwarding: Brand Information and Visual Attention,” Journal of Marketing, Nov, 31-48.

Dzhogleva, Hristina and Cait Poynor Lamberton (2014), "Enchancing Television Advertising: Same Language Subtitles Can Improve Brand Recall, Verbal Memory, and Behavioral Intent,"

Linda Court Salisbury and Fred M. Feinberg (2008). “Future Preference Uncertainty and Diversification: The Role of Temporal Stochastic Inflation,” Journal of Consumer Research, 35(2), 349-359.

S. Adam Brasel (2008). “Feast or Famine: How Expectations Polarize Judgments of Ambiguous Alternative Set Sizes,” Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. 35, 818-819.

Collin Richards Payne, Brian Wansink, S. Adam Brasel, and Scott Zuckerman (2008). “Rush to the Kitchen: Television Interruptions and Consumption,” The FASEB Journal, 22:878.7.

Brian Wansink, Lenny Vartanian, Collin R. Payne, S. Adam Brasel, and Jenica K. Abram (2008). “Does Hunger Bias The Estimation of Food Size and Food Weight?” The FASEB Journal, 22:875.7.

Henrik Hagtvedt and Vanessa M. Patrick (2008). “Art Infusion: The Influence of Visual Art on the Perception and Evaluation of Consumer Products,” Journal of Marketing Research, 45 (June), 379-89.

Henrik Hagtvedt and Vanessa M. Patrick (2008). “Art and the Brand: The Role of Visual Art in Enhancing Brand Extendibility,” Journal of Consumer Psychology, 18 (July), 212-22.

Henrik Hagtvedt, Reidar Hagtvedt, and Vanessa M. Patrick (2008). “The Perception and Evaluation of Visual Art,” Empirical Studies of the Arts, 26 (2), 197-218.

Linda Court Salisbury and Fred M. Feinberg (2008). “Future Preference Uncertainty and Diversification: The Role of Temporal Stochastic Inflation,” Journal of Consumer Research, 35(2), 349-359.

Leonard L. Berry and Kathleen Seiders (2008). “Serving Unfair Customers,” Business Horizons, Special Anniversary Issue, 51 (1), (Jan-Feb), 29-37.

Arch G. Woodside, Francesca Golfetto, and Michael Gibbert (Eds.) (2008). Creating and Managing Superior Customer Value, Bingley, UK: JAI Press, an Imprint of Emerald Group.

Arch G. Woodside, Ed., (2008) Advances in Culture, Tourism, and Hospitality Research, Volume 2, London: Emerald Publishing Company.

Arch G. Woodside and Drew Martin, Eds. (2008). Tourism Management, London: CABI (released March 2008).

Arch G. Woodside and Drew Martin (2008). “Applying Ecological Systems and Micro-Tipping Point Theory for Understanding Tourists’ Leisure Destination Behavior,” Journal of Travel Research, 47 (1), 14-24.

Drew Martin and Arch G. Woodside (2008). “Grounded Theory of International Tourism Behavior,” Journal of Travel and Tourism Marketing, 24 (4), 245-258.

Arch G. Woodside and Caroline Wilcox (2008). “Contingency Theory and Meta-Analysis of Behavioral Primacy and Imprinting Influences,” International Journal of Psychology Research, 3 (3).

Arch G. Woodside (2008). “Commentary on ‘The Essence of Business Marketing Theory, Research and Tactics: Contributions by the Journal of Business-to-Business Marketing,’ by Lichtenthal, Mummalaneni, and Wilson,” Journal of Business-to-Business Marketing, 15 (2), 218-233.

Arch G. Woodside, Suresh Sood, & Ken Miller (2008). “When Consumers and Brands Talk,” Psychology & Marketing, 25 (2), 97-145.

Arch G. Woodside (2008). “Sheth’s Contributions to B-to-B Theory, Research, and Practice,” in Volume 7: Organizational Buyer Behavior, Arun Sharma, Ed., Decatur, GA: Incore (pp. 283-287).

Arch G. Woodside (2008). “Anti-Social Behaviour: Profiling the Lives behind Road Rage,” Marketing Intelligence & Planning, 27, 26 (5), 459-480.

Morris B. Holbrook and Arch G. Woodside (2008). “Animal companions, consumption experiences, and the marketing of pets: Transcending boundaries in the animal–human distinction,” Journal of Business Research, 61, 377-381.

Arch G. Woodside (2008). “Using the forced metaphor-elicitation technique (FMET) to meet animal companions within self,” Journal of Business Research, 61, 480-487.

Hugh Pattinson, and Arch G. Woodside (2008). “Mapping Strategic Thought and Action in Developing Disruptive Software Technology:  Advanced Case Study Research on How the Firm Crafts Shared Vision,” Innovative Marketing, 2(4), 431-441.

Gergana Y. Nenkov, J. Jeffrey Inman, and John Hulland (2008). “Considering the Future: The Conceptualization and Measurement of Elaboration on Potential Outcomes,” Journal of Consumer Research, 35 (1), 126-141.

Gergana Y. Nenkov, Maureen Morrin, Barry Schwartz, Andrew Ward, and John Hulland (2008). “A Short Form of the Maximization Scale: Factor Structure, Reliability and Validity Studies,” Judgment and Decision Making, 3 (5), 371-388.