Robert M. Schindler
Robert M. Schindler
Professor of Marketing, Rutgers University - Camden
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Internet forums as influential sources of consumer information
B Bickart, RM Schindler
Journal of interactive marketing 15 (3), 31-40, 2001
Some exploratory findings on the development of musical tastes
MB Holbrook, RM Schindler
Journal of consumer research 16 (1), 119-124, 1989
Echoes of the dear departed past: Some work in progress on nostalgia.
MB Holbrook, RM Schindler
Advances in consumer research 18 (1), 1991
Age, sex, and attitude toward the past as predictors of consumers’ aesthetic tastes for cultural products
MB Holbrook, RM Schindler
Journal of Marketing research 31 (3), 412-422, 1994
Published word of mouth: Referable, consumer-generated information on the Internet
RM Schindler, B Bickart
Online consumer psychology: Understanding and influencing consumer behavior …, 2005
Nostalgia for early experience as a determinant of consumer preferences
RM Schindler, MB Holbrook
Psychology & Marketing 20 (4), 275-302, 2003
Nostalgic bonding: Exploring the role of nostalgia in the consumption experience
MB Holbrook, RM Schindler
Journal of Consumer Behaviour: An International Research Review 3 (2), 107-127, 2003
Perceived helpfulness of online consumer reviews: The role of message content and style
RM Schindler, B Bickart
Journal of Consumer Behaviour 11 (3), 234-243, 2012
Patterns of rightmost digits used in advertised prices: implications for nine-ending effects
RM Schindler, PN Kirby
Journal of Consumer Research 24 (2), 192-201, 1997
The excitement of getting a bargain: Some hypotheses concerning the origins and effects of smart-shopper feelings.
RM Schindler
Advances in consumer research 16 (1), 1989
Market segmentation based on age and attitude toward the past: Concepts, methods, and findings concerning nostalgic influences on customer tastes
MB Holbrook, RM Schindler
Journal of Business Research 37 (1), 27-39, 1996
Consequences of perceiving oneself as responsible for obtaining a discount: Evidence for smart-shopper feelings
RM Schindler
Journal of consumer psychology 7 (4), 371-392, 1998
Increased consumer sales response though use of 99-ending prices
RM Schindler, TM Kibarian
Journal of Retailing 72 (2), 187-199, 1996
Mindfulness: Its transformative potential for consumer, societal, and environmental well-being
S Bahl, GR Milne, SM Ross, DG Mick, SA Grier, SK Chugani, SS Chan, ...
Journal of Public Policy & Marketing 35 (2), 198-210, 2016
Cultural superstitions and the price endings used in Chinese advertising
LC Simmons, RM Schindler
Journal of International Marketing 11 (2), 101-111, 2003
Effects of odd pricing on price recall
RM Schindler, AR Wiman
Journal of Business Research 19 (3), 165-177, 1989
Direct evidence of ending‐digit drop‐off in price information processing
GY Bizer, RM Schindler
Psychology & Marketing 22 (10), 771-783, 2005
The 99 price ending as a signal of a low-price appeal
RM Schindler
Journal of Retailing 82 (1), 71-77, 2006
Pricing strategies: a marketing approach
RM Schindler
sage, 2011
Expanding the scope of word of mouth: Consumer-to-consumer information on the Internet.
B Bickart
Advances in consumer research 29 (1), 2002
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