Joann Peck
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Hedonic and utilitarian motivations for online retail shopping behavior
TL Childers, CL Carr, J Peck, S Carson
Journal of retailing 77 (4), 511-535, 2001
39732001
The effect of mere touch on perceived ownership
J Peck, SB Shu
Journal of consumer Research 36 (3), 434-447, 2009
7192009
Individual differences in haptic information processing: The “need for touch” scale
J Peck, TL Childers
Journal of Consumer Research 30 (3), 430-442, 2003
7132003
To have and to hold: The influence of haptic information on product judgments
J Peck, TL Childers
Journal of Marketing 67 (2), 35-48, 2003
7082003
It just feels good: Customers’ affective response to touch and its influence on persuasion
J Peck, J Wiggins
Journal of Marketing 70 (4), 56-69, 2006
5512006
If I touch it I have to have it: Individual and environmental influences on impulse purchasing
J Peck, TL Childers
Journal of business research 59 (6), 765-769, 2006
5212006
Psychological ownership and affective reaction: Emotional attachment process variables and the endowment effect
SB Shu, J Peck
Journal of Consumer Psychology 21 (4), 439-452, 2011
3302011
In search of a surrogate for touch: The effect of haptic imagery on perceived ownership
J Peck, VA Barger, A Webb
Journal of Consumer Psychology 23 (2), 189-196, 2013
2242013
In search of a surrogate for touch: The effect of haptic imagery on perceived ownership
J Peck, VA Barger, A Webb
Journal of Consumer Psychology 23 (2), 189-196, 2013
2242013
Sensory factors and consumer behavior
J Peck, TL Childers
Handbook of consumer psychology, 193-219, 2008
1462008
Sensory factors and consumer behavior
J Peck, TL Childers
Handbook of consumer psychology, 193-219, 2008
1462008
Does touch matter? Insights from haptic research in marketing
J Peck
Sensory Marketing, 47-62, 2011
1112011
Autotelic need for touch, haptics, and persuasion: The role of involvement
J Peck, JW Johnson
Psychology & Marketing 28 (3), 222-239, 2011
952011
Textual paralanguage and its implications for marketing communications
AW Luangrath, J Peck, VA Barger
Journal of Consumer Psychology 27 (1), 98-107, 2017
922017
Please touch: Object properties that invite touch
RL Klatzky, J Peck
IEEE Transactions on Haptics 5 (2), 139-147, 2011
882011
When will larger‐sized female models in advertisements be viewed positively? The moderating effects of instructional frame, gender, and need for cognition
J Peck, B Loken
Psychology & Marketing 21 (6), 425-442, 2004
722004
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
652018
Category attitude measures: Exemplars as inputs
B Loken, C Joiner, J Peck
Journal of Consumer Psychology 12 (2), 149-161, 2002
612002
Effects of sensory factors on consumer behavior: If it tastes, smells, sounds, and feels like a duck, then it must be a...
J Peck, TL Childers
Taylor & Francis Group/Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2008
522008
Individual differences in interpresonal touch: On the development, validation, and use of the "comfort with interpersonal touch" (CIT) scale
A Webb, J Peck
Journal of Consumer Psychology, 2014
422014
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