TOC: J Con Behaviour


Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 12(4)

‘If it makes you feel good it must be right’: Embodiment strategies for healthy eating and risk management
Dorthe Brogård Kristensen, Søren Askegaard and Lene Hauge Jeppesen [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The halo model of origin images: Conceptualisation and initial empirical test
Alexander Josiassen, Bryan A. Lukas, Gregory J. Whitwell and A. George Assaf [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Millennial teens design and redesign themselves in online social networks
Leigh Doster [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The effect of receipt personalization on tipping behavior
Brian R. Kinard and Jerry L. Kinard [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

It is nice to be important, but it is more important to be nice: Country-of-origin’s perceived warmth in product failures
Huimin Xu, Ada Leung and Ruoh-Nan (Terry) Yan [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Triangulating consumers’ perceptions of payment systems by using social representations theory: A multi-method approach
Elfriede Penz and Rudolf R. Sinkovics [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Watch out: Themes in timepiece communities of counterfeit consumption
Thomas M. Key, Robert E. Boostrom Jr., Mavis T. Adjei and David A. Campbell [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Disentangling the influence of attachment anxiety and attachment security in consumer formation of attachments to brands
Michael Proksch, Ulrich R. Orth and Franziska Bethge [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Individual differences in consumer value for mass customized products
David M. Hunt, Scott K. Radford and Kenneth R. Evans [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

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