Scott D. Swain
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Corporate Social Responsibility, Customer Orientation, and the Job Performance of Frontline Employees
D Korschun, CB Bhattacharya, SD Swain
Journal of Marketing 78 (3), 20-37, 2014
4502014
Assessing three sources of misresponse to reversed Likert items
SD Swain, D Weathers, RW Niedrich
Journal of Marketing Research 45 (1), 116-131, 2008
2962008
Can online product reviews be more helpful? Examining characteristics of information content by product type
D Weathers, SD Swain, V Grover
Decision Support Systems 79, 12-23, 2015
1092015
The influence of pioneer status and experience order on consumer brand preference: A mediated-effects model
RW Niedrich, SD Swain
Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science 31 (4), 468-480, 2003
942003
I’m proud of it: Consumer technology appropriation and psychological ownership
CP Kirk, SD Swain, JE Gaskin
Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice 23 (2), 166-184, 2015
812015
How time restrictions work: The roles of urgency, anticipated regret, and deal evaluations
SD Swain, R Hanna, LJ Abendroth
ACR North American Advances, 2006
472006
Property lines in the mind: Consumers’ psychological ownership and their territorial responses
CP Kirk, J Peck, SD Swain
Journal of Consumer Research 45 (1), 148-168, 2018
412018
Commitment in Marketing Channels: Mitigator or Aggravator of the Effects of Destructive Acts?
SK Kim, JD Hibbard, SD Swain
Journal of Retailing 87 (4), 521-539, 2011
402011
The role of channel quality in customer equity management
W Dong, SD Swain, PD Berger
Journal of Business Research 60 (12), 1243-1252, 2007
352007
A social learning perspective on sales technology usage: Preliminary evidence from an emerging economy
V Onyemah, SD Swain, R Hanna
Journal of Personal Selling & Sales Management 30 (2), 131-142, 2010
302010
When and how does corporate social responsibility encourage customer orientation?
D Korschun, CB Bhattacharya, SD Swain
Deutsche Nationalbibliothek, 2011
282011
The effects of exposure-order and market entry-information on brand preference: a dual process model
RW Niedrich, SD Swain
Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science 36 (3), 309-321, 2008
262008
Weight and height and shape and size: when do peripheral cues drive evaluation and consumption?
B Wansink, K Van Ittersum, SD Swain
Advances in consumer research 30, 363-365, 2003
25*2003
Investing the self: The effect of nonconscious goals on investor psychological ownership and word-of-mouth intentions
CP Kirk, B McSherry, SD Swain
Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics 58, 186-194, 2015
202015
A moderated perceptual model of product aesthetic evaluations
F Brunel, S Swain
ACR European Advances, 2007
162007
Consumer psychological ownership of digital technology
CP Kirk, SD Swain
Psychological ownership and consumer behavior, 69-90, 2018
152018
When and how should retailers rationalize the size and duration of price discounts?
D Weathers, SD Swain, I Makienko
Journal of Business Research 68 (12), 2610-2618, 2015
152015
Why consumers respond differently to absolute versus percentage descriptions of quantities
D Weathers, SD Swain, JP Carlson
Marketing Letters 23 (4), 943-957, 2012
142012
Consumers’ Reactions to Acquisitions of Socially Responsible Companies
EZ Papavasileiou, SD Swain, CB Bhattacharya
Advances in Consumer Research 48 (4), 1015-1017, 2008
132008
Consumer responses to bonus pack and product enlargement claims
JP Carlson, D Weathers, SD Swain
Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice 24 (1), 59-71, 2016
112016
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