Practices emerge across diverse cultural and national contexts through adaptation, fueled by processes of codification and transposition.
When responsibility is a matter of affect – something that we feel.
Using a foreign language makes lying appear less self-diagnostic, thereby increasing or decreasing lying depending on which aspect of the self is salient.
Platforms can strengthen a person’s abilities, rights, or authority to fulfill their objectives as a marketplace actor.
How do consumer movements continue even when their underpinning ideology becomes a threat?
Does typography influence consumers’ interpretations of brand logos? Do these interpretations differ between cultures?
A successful persuasion attempt is most likely to result from vocal tones denoting (1) focus, (2) low stress, and (3) stable emotions.
How does eye gaze direction influence advertising effectiveness? Rita Ngoc To and Vanessa M Patrick explain.
When, why, and how do consumers cope with a status threat by choosing to “pivot” to alternative domains?
This study explains the emergence of hybrid economies.