Bibliographie sur la persuasion publicitaire

La persuasion publicitaire, bibliographie des principaux auteurs

 

Voici une bibliographie des principaux chercheurs ayant travaillé sur la persuasion publicitaire

 

  1. Aaker D.A., Stayman D.M. et M.R. Hagerty (1986), Advertising Management, New Jersey : Prentice Hall, Inc.
  2. Aaker D.A., Stayman D.M. et R.Vezina (1988), "Identifying Feelings Elicited by Advertising", Psychology and Marketing, 5(1), pp.1-16. 
  1. Aaker, D. A. et D. M. Stayman. 1990. "Measuring Audience Perceptions of Commercials and Relating Them to Ad Impact", Journal of Advertising Research, August/September 1990, pp.7-17.
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  3. Batra, R. et M.L. Ray (1986), " Affective Responses Mediating Acceptance of Advertising", Journal of Consumer Research, 13, pp.234-249.
  4. Bauer R. et S. Greyser (1968), Advertising in America: The Consumer View, Boston, MA: Harvard University, Graduate School on Business Administration, Division of Research.
  5. Baumgartner, H. et J. Steenkamp (1996), "Exploratory Consumer Buying Behavior : Conceptualization and Measurement", International Journal of Research in Marketing, 13, pp. 121-137.
  6. Beattie, D.K. (2000), "Creativity in Art: the Feasibility of Assessing Current Conceptions in the School Context Assessment", Education, vol.7, issue 2, pp.175-192.
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  8. Brown, S.P., Homer, P.M. et J.J. Inman (1998), "A Meta-Analysis of Relationships Between Ad-Evoked Feelings and Advertising Responses", Journal of Marketing Research, 35 (1), pp.114-126.
  9. Cacioppo, J.T. et R.E. Petty (1979), " Effects of Message Repetition and Position on Cognitive Responses, Recall and Persuasion", Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 37, pp.97-109.
  10. Cacioppo, J.T. et R.E. Petty (1982), "The Need for Cognition", Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 42, pp.116-131.
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  18. Kim, J., Lim, J.S. et Bhargava, M. (1998), "The Role of Affect in Attitude Formation : A Classical Conditioning Approach", Academy of Marketing Science, vol.26, pp.143-152. 
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