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Jennifer L. Stoner
Jennifer L. Stoner
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Cultural determinants of status: Implications for workplace evaluations and behaviors
CJ Torelli, LM Leslie, JL Stoner, R Puente
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 123 (1), 34-48, 2014
912014
Redefining home: How cultural distinctiveness affects the malleability of in-group boundaries and brand preferences
CJ Torelli, R Ahluwalia, SYY Cheng, NJ Olson, JL Stoner
Journal of Consumer Research 44 (1), 44-61, 2017
372017
The name game: How naming products increases psychological ownership and subsequent consumer evaluations
JL Stoner, B Loken, A Stadler Blank
Journal of Consumer Psychology 28 (1), 130-137, 2018
352018
Counterfeit Luxury Consumption in a Social Context: The Effects on Females’ Moral Disengagement and Behavior
Y Wang, JL Stoner, DR John
Journal of Consumer Psychology, 2019
242019
Global consumer culture: consequences for consumer research
CJ Torelli, JL Stoner
International Marketing Review, 2019
142019
Managing cultural equity: a theoretical framework for building iconic brands in globalized markets
CJ Torelli, JL Stoner
Brand Meaning Management, 2015
14*2015
Culture and social hierarchy: Collectivism as a driver of the relationship between power and status
C To, LM Leslie, CJ Torelli, JL Stoner
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 157, 159-176, 2020
122020
Cultural equity: knowledge and outcomes aspects
CJ Torelli, H Oh, JL Stoner
International Marketing Review, 2020
102020
The Cultural Meaning of Brands
CJ Torelli, MA Rodas, JL Stoner
Foundations and Trends in Marketing 10 (3), 153-214, 2017
72017
It’s Not me, It’s them: How social factors influence motivations and consumption for genuine and counterfeit luxury goods
Y Wang, JL Stoner, DR John, M Hu, AY Lee, J Lee, Y Yi
Advances in Consumer Research 42, 205-209, 2014
72014
You’re not fooling anyone: How social feedback affects moral disengagement and the purchase of counterfeit luxury products
Y Wang, J Stoner, D John
ACR North American Advances, 2014
52014
Culture and social hierarchy: cultural differences in the power-status distinction
C To, LM Leslie, C Torelli, J Stoner
Academy of Management Proceedings 2017 (1), 14224, 2017
32017
Perceptions of Power in Brands and an Investigation into Market Dominance
JL Stoner
University of Minnesota, 2016
32016
Superordinate regional identities and the salience of intergroup rivalry: Effects of spontaneous recategorization on brand attitudes
CJ Torelli, R Ahluwalia, JL Stoner, SYY Cheng
ACR North American Advances, 2014
32014
The asymmetric effect of portfolio and image abstractness
JL Stoner, CJ Torelli, AB Monga
Journal of Product & Brand Management, 2017
22017
The Complex Role of Brand Meanings in Shaping Consumers’ Responses to Brands
JL Stoner, CJ Torelli, AS Monga, E Sayin, NZ Aydinoglu, Z Gürhan-Canli, ...
Volume XLII 42, 194, 2014
22014
Don’T Eat Me: the Interactive Effect of Anthropomorphic Food Characters and Gender on Food Consumption
J Stoner, R Adhikari, M Covey
ACR North American Advances, 2021
2021
Too Nice to be Dominant: How Brand Warmth Impacts Perceptions of Market Dominance
JL Stoner, CJ Torelli
2017
The Name Game: How Naming Promotes Effects Beneficial to Marketers
J Stoner, B Loken, A Stadler Blank
ACR North American Advances, 2017
2017
Too Nice to Be Dominant: How Warmth Impacts an Embodiment of Power in Brands
J Stoner, C Torelli
ACR North American Advances, 2017
2017
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