Justina Gineikiene
Justina Gineikiene
Vilnius University, AdCogito, ISM University of Management an Economics
Verified email at adcogito.lt
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“Ours” or “theirs”? Psychological ownership and domestic products preferences
J Gineikiene, BB Schlegelmilch, V Auruskeviciene
Journal of Business Research 72, 93-103, 2017
Eating healthy to impress: How conspicuous consumption, perceived self-control motivation, and descriptive normative influence determine functional food choices
D Barauskaite, J Gineikiene, BM Fennis, V Auruskeviciene, M Yamaguchi, ...
Appetite 131, 59-67, 2018
I hate where it comes from but I still buy it: Countervailing influences of animosity and nostalgia
J Gineikiene, A Diamantopoulos
Journal of International Business Studies 48 (8), 992-1008, 2017
Functional, organic or conventional? Food choices of health conscious and skeptical consumers
J Gineikiene, J Kiudyte, M Degutis
Baltic Journal of Management, 2017
Our apples are healthier than your apples: Deciphering the healthiness bias for domestic and foreign products
J Gineikiene, BB Schlegelmilch, R Ruzeviciute
Journal of International Marketing 24 (2), 80-99, 2016
Consumer nostalgia literature review and an alternative measurement perspective
J Gineikienė
Organizations and markets in emerging economies 4 (08), 112-149, 2013
Country of origin effects in the context of transformations: Nostalgia, ethnocentrism and animosity
S Urbonavičius, V Dikčius, J Gineikienė, M Degutis
Transformations in business & economics 9, 182-202, 2010
Importance of the product country-of-origin factor on purchasing process in the context of globalisation
S Urbonavičius, J Gineikienė
Ekonomika 85, 37-44, 2009
A multi-site preregistered paradigmatic test of the ego depletion effect
EJ Vohs, K., Schmeichel, B., … Gineikiene, J., …Wagenmakers
Psychological Science, 2020
Do you feel younger enough to choose nostalgic products? Exploring the role of age identity in nostalgic purchasing behavior
D Kazlauske, J Gineikiene
Baltic Journal of Management, 2017
The influence of children on family purchasing in Lithuania and Azerbaijan
V Dikcius, A Armenakyan, S Urbonavicius, G Jonyniene, J Gineikiene
Dikčius, Vytautas, Armenakyan, Anahit, Urbonavičius, Sigitas, Jonynienė …, 2014
Controversial use of religious symbols in advertising
J Gineikienė, I Zimaitis, S Urbonavičius
Ideas in Marketing: Finding the New and Polishing the Old, 47-50, 2015
Nostalgia may not work for everyone: The case of innovative consumers
D Barauskaitė, J Gineikienė
Organizations and markets in emerging economies 8 (1), 33-43, 2017
It is domestic, it must Be healthy: how health consciousness and consumer ethnocentrism shape healthiness perception and purchase intentions of domestic food
E Uzdavinyte, M Aubel, J Gineikienė
Organizations and Markets in Emerging Economies 10 (2), 196-211, 2019
Nudging health: Scarcity cues boost healthy consumption among fast rather than slow strategists (and abundance cues do the opposite)
BM Fennis, J Gineikiene, D Barauskaite, GM van Koningsbruggen
Food Quality and Preference 85, 103967, 2020
Uniqueness perception and willingness to buy protected geographical origin versus doppelgänger brands
P Neciunskas, L Tomaševičiūtė, D Barauskaitė, J Gineikienė, ...
Organizations and Markets in Emerging Economies, 193-206, 2017
Acute stress can boost and buffer hedonic consumption: The role of individual differences in consumer life history strategies
BM Fennis, J Gineikiene, D Barauskaite, GM van Koningsbruggen
Personality and Individual Differences, 2021
Follow ‘Them’, Distance From ‘One of Us’: Group Membership Drives the Effectiveness of Exemplar Overachieving Behavior
E Marija Uzdavinyte, J Gineikiene, B Fennis, S Dewitte
ACR North American Advances, 2019
Stress Attenuates the Portion Size Effect Via Suppressing Appetitive Motivation
D Barauskaite, J Gineikiene, S Dewitte, B Fennis
ACR North American Advances, 2019
The Power of the Past: Consumer Nostalgia As a Coping Resource
D Barauskaite, J Gineikiene, B Fennis
ACR North American Advances, 2018
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