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Faculty Publications

Selected Recent Books and Articles in Leading Scholarly Journals

Forthcoming   2013    2012    2011    2010    2009    2008    2007


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.

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.