Social identification processes and stakeholder-company relationships, framing effects in marketing communications, corporate social responsibility, the psychology of methodology
Kirk, Colleen, Bernard McSherry, and Scott D. Swain (forthcoming), “Investing the Self: The Effect of Nonconscious Goals on Investor Psychological Ownership,” Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics. [authors contributed equally]
Kirk, Colleen, Scott D. Swain, and James E. Gaskin (forthcoming), “I’m Proud of It: Consumer Technology Appropriation and Psychological Ownership,” Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice. [first two authors contributed equally]
Korschun, Daniel, C.B. Bhattacharya, and Scott D. Swain (2014), “Corporate Social Responsibility, Customer Orientation, and the Job Performance of Frontline Employees,” Journal of Marketing, 78 (3), 20-37.
Swain, Scott D., Paul D. Berger, and Bruce D. Weinberg (2014), “The Customer Equity Implications of Using Incentives in Acquisition Channels: A Nonprofit Application,” Journal of Marketing Analytics, 2 (1), 1-17.
Weathers, Danny, Scott D. Swain, and Jay P. Carlson (2012), “Why Consumers Respond Differently to Absolute versus Percentage Descriptions of Quantities,” Marketing Letters, 23 (4), 947-953. [authors contributed equally]
Kim, Stephen K., Jonathan D. Hibbard, and Scott D. Swain (2011), “Commitment in Marketing Channels: Mitigator or Aggravator of the Effects of Destructive Acts?,” Journal of Retailing, 87 (4), 521-539. [authors contributed equally]
Onyemah, Vincent, Scott D. Swain, and Richard C. Hanna (2010), “A Social Learning Perspective on Sales Technology Adoption and Sales Performance: Preliminary Evidence from an Emerging Economy,” Journal of Personal Selling & Sales Management, 30 (2), 131-142. [authors contributed equally]
Swain, Scott D., Danny Weathers, and Ronald W. Niedrich (2008), “Assessing Three Sources of Misresponse to Reversed Likert Items,” Journal of Marketing Research, 45 (February), 116-131.
Niedrich, Ronald W. and Scott D. Swain (2008) “The Effects of Exposure-Order and Market Entry-Information on Brand Preference: A Dual Process Model,” Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 36 (September), 309-321.
Dong, Weimin, Scott D. Swain, and Paul D. Berger (2007), “The Role of Channel Quality in Optimal Allocation of Acquisition and Retention Spending,” Journal of Business Research, 60 (December), 1243-1252.
Niedrich, Ronald W. and Scott D. Swain (2003) “The Influence of Pioneer Status and Experience Order on Consumer Brand Preference: A Mediated-Effects Model,” Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 31 (Fall), 468-480.
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