J Con Behaviour


Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 22(2)



Click it, and increase hedonic consumption ratio: How does online shopping improve the long‐term subjective well‐being of consumers?
Jiangzhe Wang, Xingping Jia [Google Scholar]

Tell me where you come from and I know what makes you tick: Managing the consumer personality–satisfaction link in diverse cultures
Todd Mooradian, Kurt Matzler, Andreas Strobl, Karin Teichmann [Google Scholar]

Digital literacy and green consumption behavior: Exploring dual psychological mechanisms
Xiaojuan Hu, Hu Meng [Google Scholar]

Gratifications in change of privacy? The response of four consumers’ generational cohorts toward facial recognition technology in retail settings
Eleonora Pantano, Virginia Vannucci, Davit Marikyan [Google Scholar]

Virtual brand experience in digital reality advertising: Conceptualization and measurement
Heejun Lee, Chang-Hoan Cho [Google Scholar]

Awe and guilt: Desirability and feasibility appeals in social media green campaigns
Seeun Kim, Michelle L. Childs, Tae Hyun Baek [Google Scholar]

Drawn to the gloss: Examining the effect of product reflection on product aesthetics
Nazuk Sharma, Anand Kumar [Google Scholar]

The logo ‘visual thickness effect’: When and why it boosts brand personality
Ardalan Eyni, Narongsak Thongpapanl, Abdul R. Ashraf, Kai-Yu Wang [Google Scholar]

Robots make no effort! Service evaluation and consumer mindset
Xinyu Nie, Jingya Huang [Google Scholar]

Consumers’ Transport and Mobility Decisions
Issue Edited by: Lixian Qian, Didier Soopramanien, Nina Michaelidou

Consumers’ transport and mobility decisions
Lixian Qian, Didier Soopramanien, Nina Michaelidou [Google Scholar]

The influence of personal and public health and smart applications on biking behavior in South Korea
Myung Ja Kim, Colin Michael Hall [Google Scholar]

From car use reduction to ride‐sharing: The relevance of moral and environmental identity
Barbara Culiberg, Hichang Cho, Mateja Kos Koklic, Vesna Zabkar [Google Scholar]

Trust me if you can: The effect of driver username on passengers’ intention to use ride‐sharing service
Huijian Fu, Junhong He, Jianhong Hong, Linfeng Hu [Google Scholar]

Transport and mobility decisions of consumers with disabilities
Emmanuel Mogaji, Genevieve Bosah, Nguyen Phong Nguyen [Google Scholar]

How commuting time influences hedonic consumption: The role of perceived stress
Minxue Huang, Mengmeng Zhan, Ruyao Huang, Jingjing Wu [Google Scholar]

Do not put the blame on me: Asymmetric responses to service outcome with autonomous vehicles versus human agents
Rumen Pozharliev, Matteo De Angelis, Carmela Donato, Dario Rossi [Google Scholar]

Unpacking the effects of information overload on the purchase intention of electric vehicles
Xianfeng Hu, Shanyong Wang, Rongting Zhou, Yun Tong, Ling Xu [Google Scholar]

Millennials’ changing mobility preferences: A telecommuting case in Istanbul
Ayşe İrem Erdoğdu, Forrest Watson [Google Scholar]

A shared‐transportation mobile app continuance model: The moderating effects of brand awareness
Jungkun Park, Hoang Tran Phuoc Mai Le [Google Scholar]

Sustainable mobility choices: Exploring the impact of consumers’ values, attitudes, perceived behavioural control and subjective norms on the likelihood to choose sustainable mobility options
Mafalda Nogueira, Francisca Dias, Vera Santos [Google Scholar]