ScholarOne Keywords

When submitting a manuscript in ScholarOne, authors should select one (maximum of two) of the following disciplines that their paper is most closely related to. They should also select at least one (maximum of five) of the following keywords from each of the three categories below:

BASIC DISCIPLINES THEORETICAL TOPICS
Anthropology Acculturation
Biology ANT and Assemblage Theory
Computer Science Affect and Emotion
Economics Attention and Search
History Attitudes and Beliefs
Linguistics and Semiology Automaticity/Nonconscious Processes
Psychology Behavioral Economics and Decision Making
Philosophy Categorization
Sociology Choice
Statistics Cognition
Consumer Culture Theory (CCT)
Consumer Expertise
Consumer Subcultures
Context Effects
Consumer Strategy
Creativity and Innovation
Deception and Honesty
Decision Making
Developmental Theories
Economic Theories and Analysis
Embodied Cognition
Evolutionary Psychology
Fluency
Goals and Motivation
Happiness And Well-Being
Heuristics
Impression Management
Individual Differences
Inferences
Information Processing
Institutional Theory
Intertemporal Preferences
Involvement
Knowledge
Lay Theories
Learning
Macro Consumer Behavior
Market System Dynamics
Materiality & Possessions
Memory
Mental Accounting
Metacognition
Morality and Ethics
Mortality
Motivated Reasoning
Neuroscience
Personality
Persuasion
Philosophy of Science
Political Ideology
Power
Practice Theory
Regulatory Focus
Resource Theory
Risk and Uncertainty
Self and Identity
Semiotics
Social Capital
Social Class
Social Influence and Norms
Sociological Theories
Stereotypes
Symbolic Consumption
Values
Visualization/Imagery

 

SUBSTANTIVE TOPICS METHODS
Advertising Analytic Modeling
Aesthetics and Taste Bayesian Analysis
Aging Consumers Categorical Data Analysis
Artificial Intelligence and Robots Choice Models
Augmented/Virtual Reality Cluster Analysis
Branding Computational Linguistics
Children Computer Vision
Conspicuous Consumption and Luxury Conceptual Study
Consumer Experience Conjoint Analysis
Consumer Finances Content Analysis
Consumer Relationships Depth Interviews
Consumer Technology Interaction Discourse Analysis
Corporate Social Responsibility Econometrics
Cross-Cultural Studies Ethnography
Design Experimental Design/Analysis
Digital Marketing Eye Tracking
Experiential and Indulgent Consumption Hermeneutics and Phenomenology
Fairness Literary Criticism
Food and Nutrition Longitudinal Data Analysis
Gender, Race, and Ethnicity Mediation Analysis
Gift Giving Meta-Analysis
Globalization Multi-Level Models
Group Dynamics Multivariate Data Analysis
Health and Well-Being Narrative Analysis
Illicit Consumption Netnography / Social Media Analysis
Impulsive Consumption Network Analysis
Marketing Communications Neuroscientific Methods
Materialism Optimization
Music Physiological Methods
Numerical Cognition Process Theorization
Packaging and Labeling Projective Techniques
Persuasion Knowledge Psychometrics and Scale Development
Poverty and Inequality Qualitative Analysis And Interpretation
Pricing Response Latency Analysis
Privacy Simulation
Promotions Structural Equation Models
Prosocial Behavior Survey Research
Public Policy Issues Text and Visual Mining
Religion
Retailing
Consumer Satisfaction
Sensory Marketing
Services
Social Media and Networks
Sustainability and Green Consumption
Transformative Consumer Research
Variety Seeking
Word Of Mouth and User Generated Content