Robert M. Schindler
Robert M. Schindler
Rutgers University - Camden
Verified email at camden.rutgers.edu
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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
26462001
Some exploratory findings on the development of musical tastes
MB Holbrook, RM Schindler
Journal of consumer research 16 (1), 119-124, 1989
7701989
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
5461994
Echoes of the dear departed past: Some work in progress on nostalgia
MB Holbrook, RM Schindler
ACR North American Advances, 1991
5361991
Published word of mouth: Referable, consumer-generated information on the Internet
RM Schindler, B Bickart
Online consumer psychology: Understanding and influencing consumer behavior …, 2005
5102005
Nostalgia for early experience as a determinant of consumer preferences
RM Schindler, MB Holbrook
Psychology & Marketing 20 (4), 275-302, 2003
4342003
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
3951997
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
3792003
The excitement of getting a bargain: some hypotheses concerning the origins and effects of smart-shopper feelings
RM Schindler
ACR North American Advances, 1989
3531989
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
3302012
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
3061996
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
2831998
Increased consumer sales response though use of 99-ending prices
RM Schindler, TM Kibarian
Journal of Retailing 72 (2), 187-199, 1996
2781996
Effects of odd pricing on price recall
RM Schindler, AR Wiman
Journal of Business Research 19 (3), 165-177, 1989
1941989
Cultural superstitions and the price endings used in Chinese advertising
LC Simmons, RM Schindler
Journal of International Marketing 11 (2), 101-111, 2003
1892003
The 99 price ending as a signal of a low-price appeal
RM Schindler
Journal of Retailing 82 (1), 71-77, 2006
1512006
Direct evidence of ending‐digit drop‐off in price information processing
GY Bizer, RM Schindler
Psychology & Marketing 22 (10), 771-783, 2005
1502005
Symbolic meanings of a price ending
RM Schindler
ACR North American Advances, 1991
1341991
Special session summary expanding the scope of word of mouth: Consumer-to-consumer information on the internet
B Bickart, RM Schindler
ACR North American Advances, 2002
1232002
Image communicated by the use of 99 endings in advertised prices
RM Schindler, TM Kibarian
Journal of Advertising 30 (4), 95-99, 2001
1172001
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