Scot Burton
Scot Burton
Department of Marketing, Sam M. Walton College of Business, University of Arkansas Fayetteville
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Distinguishing coupon proneness from value consciousness: An acquisition-transaction utility theory perspective
DR Lichtenstein, RG Netemeyer, S Burton
Journal of marketing 54 (3), 54-67, 1990
Analysis of role conflict and role ambiguity in a structural equations framework.
RG Netemeyer, MW Johnston, S Burton
Journal of applied psychology 75 (2), 148, 1990
A scale for measuring attitude toward private label products and an examination of its psychological and behavioral correlates
S Burton, DR Lichtenstein, RG Netemeyer, JA Garretson
Journal of the academy of marketing science 26, 293-306, 1998
Making healthful food choices: the influence of health claims and nutrition information on consumers’ evaluations of packaged food products and restaurant menu items
JC Kozup, EH Creyer, S Burton
Journal of Marketing 67 (2), 19-34, 2003
An analysis of data quality: Professional panels, student subject pools, and Amazon's Mechanical Turk
J Kees, C Berry, S Burton, K Sheehan
Journal of Advertising 46 (1), 141-155, 2017
Antecedents of private label attitude and national brand promotion attitude: similarities and differences
JA Garretson, D Fisher, S Burton
Journal of retailing 78 (2), 91-99, 2002
Trait aspects of vanity: Measurement and relevance to consumer behavior
RG Netemeyer, S Burton, DR Lichtenstein
Journal of consumer research 21 (4), 612-626, 1995
Attacking the obesity epidemic: the potential health benefits of providing nutrition information in restaurants
S Burton, EH Creyer, J Kees, K Huggins
American journal of public health 96 (9), 1669-1675, 2006
The relationship between perceived and objective price-quality
DR Lichtenstein, S Burton
Journal of marketing research 26 (4), 429-443, 1989
Cognitive processes used by survey respondents to answer behavioral frequency questions
E Blair, S Burton
Journal of consumer research 14 (2), 280-288, 1987
Consumer generalization of nutrient content claims in advertising
JC Andrews, RG Netemeyer, S Burton
Journal of marketing 62 (4), 62-75, 1998
The effect of semantic cues on consumer perceptions of reference price ads
DR Lichtenstein, S Burton, EJ Karson
Journal of Consumer research 18 (3), 380-391, 1991
Task conditions, response formulation processes, and response accuracy for behavioral frequency questions in surveys
S Burton, E Blair
Public opinion quarterly 55 (1), 50-79, 1991
The last mile: an examination of effects of online retail delivery strategies on consumers
TL Esper, TD Jensen, FL Turnipseed, S Burton
Journal of Business logistics 24 (2), 177-203, 2003
Effects of nutrition facts panel values, nutrition claims, and health claims on consumer attitudes, perceptions of disease-related risks, and trust
JA Garretson, S Burton
Journal of Public Policy & Marketing 19 (2), 213-227, 2000
Understanding how graphic pictorial warnings work on cigarette packaging
J Kees, S Burton, JC Andrews, J Kozup
Journal of Public Policy & Marketing 29 (2), 265-276, 2010
The effects of nutrition package claims, nutrition facts panels, and motivation to process nutrition information on consumer product evaluations
SB Keller, M Landry, J Olson, AM Velliquette, S Burton, JC Andrews
Journal of Public Policy & Marketing 16 (2), 256-269, 1997
Are some comparative nutrition claims misleading? The role of nutrition knowledge, ad claim type and disclosure conditions
JC Andrews, S Burton, RG Netemeyer
Journal of Advertising 29 (3), 29-42, 2000
Assessing the domain specificity of deal proneness: a field study
DR Lichtenstein, RG Netemeyer, S Burton
Journal of Consumer Research 22 (3), 314-326, 1995
An examination of deal proneness across sales promotion types: a consumer segmentation perspective
DR Lichtenstein, S Burton, RG Netemeyer
Journal of Retailing 73 (2), 283-297, 1997
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