Bob Fennis
Bob Fennis
professor of consumer behavior, university of groningen
Verified email at rug.nl
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A multilab preregistered replication of the ego-depletion effect
MS Hagger, NLD Chatzisarantis, H Alberts, CO Anggono, C Batailler, ...
Perspectives on Psychological Science 11 (4), 546-573, 2016
8222016
The psychology of advertising
BM Fennis, W Stroebe
Psychology Press, 2015
2502015
Acts of benevolence: A limited-resource account of compliance with charitable requests
BM Fennis, L Janssen, KD Vohs
Journal of Consumer Research 35 (6), 906-924, 2009
2212009
You are what you wear: Brand personality influences on consumer impression formation
BM Fennis, ATH Pruyn
Journal of Business Research 60 (6), 634-639, 2007
2212007
Health on impulse: when low self-control promotes healthy food choices.
SJ Salmon, BM Fennis, DTD de Ridder, MA Adriaanse, E De Vet
Health Psychology 33 (2), 103, 2014
1532014
The persuasiveness of online safety cues: The impact of prevention focus compatibility of Web content on consumers’ risk perceptions, attitudes, and intentions
G Van Noort, P Kerkhof, BM Fennis
Journal of Interactive Marketing 22 (4), 58-72, 2008
1362008
“Stay tuned—we will be back right after these messages”: Need to evaluate moderates the transfer of irritation in advertising
BM Fennis, AB Bakker
Journal of Advertising 30 (3), 15-25, 2001
1242001
Rest in peace? Brand-induced mortality salience and consumer behavior
ML Fransen, BM Fennis, ATH Pruyn, E Das
Journal of Business Research 61 (10), 1053-1061, 2008
1172008
The path of least resistance: Regulatory resource depletion and the effectiveness of social influence techniques
L Janssen, BM Fennis, ATH Pruyn, KD Vohs
Journal of Business Research 61 (10), 1041-1045, 2008
1042008
Bridging the intention–behavior gap: Inducing implementation intentions through persuasive appeals
BM Fennis, MA Adriaanse, W Stroebe, B Pol
Journal of Consumer Psychology 21 (3), 302-311, 2011
1002011
The role of the need for cognitive closure in the effectiveness of the disrupt-then-reframe influence technique
FR Kardes, BM Fennis, ER Hirt, ZL Tormala, B Bullington
Journal of consumer research 34 (3), 377-385, 2007
872007
Online versus conventional shopping: Consumers' risk perception and regulatory focus
G Van Noort, P Kerkhof, BM Fennis
CyberPsychology & Behavior 10 (5), 731-733, 2007
772007
“If You Can't Dazzle Them with Brilliance, Baffle Them with Nonsense”: Extending the Impact of the Disrupt‐Then‐Reframe Technique of Social Influence
BM Fennis, EHHJ Das, ATH Pruyn
Journal of consumer psychology 14 (3), 280-290, 2004
732004
Revisiting the malleable self: brand effects on consumer self-perceptions of personality traits
BM Fennis, ATH Pruyn, M Maasland
ACR North American Advances, 2005
692005
Forewarned is forearmed: Conserving self-control strength to resist social influence
L Janssen, BM Fennis, ATH Pruyn
Journal of experimental social psychology 46 (6), 911-921, 2010
682010
Cue convergence: Associative effects on social intolerance
J Cho, HG De Zuniga, DV Shah, DM McLeod
Communication Research 33 (3), 136-154, 2006
672006
Softening the blow: Company self-disclosure of negative information lessens damaging effects on consumer judgment and decision making
BM Fennis, W Stroebe
Journal of business ethics 120 (1), 109-120, 2014
662014
In the mood to face the facts: When a positive mood promotes systematic processing of self-threatening information
E Das, BM Fennis
Motivation and Emotion 32 (3), 221-230, 2008
652008
Social proof in the supermarket: Promoting healthy choices under low self-control conditions
SJ Salmon, E De Vet, MA Adriaanse, BM Fennis, M Veltkamp, ...
Food Quality and Preference 45, 113-120, 2015
642015
It's my party and I eat if I want to. Reasons for unhealthy snacking
AAC Verhoeven, MA Adriaanse, E de Vet, BM Fennis, DTD de Ridder
Appetite 84, 20-27, 2015
572015
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