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Subimal Chatterjee
Subimal Chatterjee
Professor of Marketing, Binghamton University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei binghamton.edu
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How critical are critical reviews? The box office effects of film critics, star power, and budgets
S Basuroy, S Chatterjee, SA Ravid
Journal of marketing 67 (4), 103-117, 2003
12722003
Mental accounting and changes in price: The frame dependence of reference dependence
TB Heath, S Chatterjee, KR France
Journal of consumer research 22 (1), 90-97, 1995
3711995
Asymmetric decoy effects on lower-quality versus higher-quality brands: Meta-analytic and experimental evidence
TB Heath, S Chatterjee
Journal of Consumer Research 22 (3), 268-284, 1995
3191995
Conflict and loss aversion in multiattribute choice: The effects of trade-off size and reference dependence on decision difficulty
S Chatterjee, TB Heath
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 67 (2), 144-155, 1996
1411996
The differential processing of price in gains and losses: The effects of frame and need for cognition
S Chatterjee, TB Heath, SJ Milberg, KR France
Journal of behavioral decision making 13 (1), 61-75, 2000
1372000
Fast and frequent: Investigating box office revenues of motion picture sequels
S Basuroy, S Chatterjee
Journal of Business Research 61 (7), 798-803, 2008
1232008
Collective decision making, leadership, and collective intelligence: Tests with agent-based simulations and a Field study
KA McHugh, FJ Yammarino, SD Dionne, A Serban, H Sayama, ...
The Leadership Quarterly 27 (2), 218-241, 2016
932016
Delivery guarantees and the interdependence of marketing and operations
S Chatterjee, SA Slotnick, MJ Sobel
Production and Operations Management 11 (3), 393-410, 2002
842002
Asymmetric competition in choice and the leveraging of competitive disadvantages
TB Heath, G Ryu, S Chatterjee, MS McCarthy, DL Mothersbaugh, ...
Journal of Consumer Research 27 (3), 291-308, 2000
842000
Using the phonemes of brand names to symbolize brand attributes
TB Heath, S Chatterjee, KR France
The AMA educator’s proceedings: Enhancing knowledge development in marketing …, 1990
611990
The role of regulatory fit on the attraction effect
S Chatterjee, R Roy, AV Malshe
Journal of Consumer Psychology 21 (4), 473-481, 2011
482011
Complexity, uniqueness, and similarity in between‐bundle choice
MK Agarwal, S Chatterjee
Journal of Product & Brand Management, 2003
462003
Market signals and relative preference: the moderating effects of conflicting information, decision focus, and need for cognition
S Chatterjee, YS Kang, DP Mishra
Journal of Business Research 58 (10), 1362-1370, 2005
422005
The susceptibility of mental accounting principles to evaluation mode effects
S Chatterjee, TB Heath, J Min
Journal of behavioral decision making 22 (2), 120-137, 2009
342009
Failing to suspect collusion in price-matching guarantees: Consumer limitations in game-theoretic reasoning
S Chatterjee, TB Heath, S Basuroy
Journal of Consumer Psychology 13 (3), 255-267, 2003
332003
Reacting to the scope of a data breach: The differential role of fear and anger
S Chatterjee, X Gao, S Sarkar, C Uzmanoglu
Journal of Business Research 101, 183-193, 2019
322019
Making judgments in a two-sequence cue environment: The effects of differential cue strengths, order sequence, and distraction
D Biswas, A Biswas, S Chatterjee
Journal of Consumer Psychology 19 (1), 88-97, 2009
292009
The effect of mixed versus blocked sequencing of promotion and prevention features on brand evaluation: The moderating role of regulatory focus
S Chatterjee, AV Malshe, TB Heath
Journal of Business Research 63 (12), 1290-1294, 2010
242010
Innovation sequences over iterated offerings: A relative innovation, comfort, and stimulation framework of consumer responses
TB Heath, S Chatterjee, S Basuroy, T Hennig-Thurau, B Kocher
Journal of Marketing 79 (6), 71-93, 2015
232015
Communicating quality through signals and substantive messages: the effects of supporting information and need for cognition
S Chatterjee, TB Heath, DP Mishra
ACR North American Advances, 2002
162002
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