Antonia Mantonakis
Antonia Mantonakis
Goodman School of Business, Brock University
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Order in choice: Effects of serial position on preferences
A Mantonakis, P Rodero, I Lesschaeve, R Hastie
Psychological Science 20 (11), 1309-1312, 2009
In virtuo: How user-driven interactivity in virtual tours leads to attitude change
N Spielmann, A Mantonakis
Journal of Business Research 88, 255-264, 2018
Consumer memory, fluency, and familiarity
A Mantonakis, BWA Whittlesea, C Yoon
Handbook of consumer psychology, 91-116, 2018
The cue-of-the-cloud effect: When reminders of online information availability increase purchase intentions and choice
R Bhargave, A Mantonakis, K White
Journal of Marketing Research 53 (5), 699-711, 2016
“Queasy does it”: False alcohol beliefs and memories may lead to diminished alcohol preferences
SL Clifasefi, DM Bernstein, A Mantonakis, EF Loftus
Acta psychologica 143 (1), 14-19, 2013
The effects of perceived product-extrinsic cue incongruity on consumption experiences: The case of celebrity sponsorship
S Clemente, E Dolansky, A Mantonakis, K White
Marketing Letters 25, 373-384, 2014
Seeing double: Levels of processing can cause false memory.
A Kronlund, BWA Whittlesea
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 2005
Unscrambling words increases brand name recognition and preference
A Kronlund, DM Bernstein
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2006
A brief pause between a tagline and brand increases brand name recognition and preference
A Mantonakis
Applied cognitive psychology 26 (1), 61-69, 2012
The effects of the metacognitive cue of fluency on evaluations about taste perception
A Mantonakis, B Galiffi, U Aysan, R Beckett
Psychology 4 (03), 318, 2013
Malleability of taste perception: biasing effects of rating scale format on taste recognition, product evaluation, and willingness to pay
A Mantonakis, N Schwarz, A Wudarzewski, C Yoon
Marketing Letters 28, 293-303, 2017
False beliefs can shape current consumption
A Mantonakis, A Wudarzewski, DM Bernstein, S Clifasefi, EF Loftus
Psychology 4 (3A), 302-308, 2013
Remembering after a perception of discrepancy: Out with the old, in with the two.
A Kronlund, BWA Whittlesea
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 32 (5), 1174, 2006
Photos that increase feelings of learning promote positive evaluations.
BA Cardwell, EJ Newman, M Garry, A Mantonakis, R Beckett
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 43 (6), 944, 2017
The effectiveness of deservingness‐based advertising messages: The role of product knowledge and belief in a just world
CL Hafer, A Mantonakis, R Fitzgerald, AF Bogaert
Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences/Revue Canadienne des Sciences de …, 2018
The Handbook of Consumer Psychology
A Mantonakis, BWW Whittlesea, C Yoon
APA, 2008
A cross-cultural comparison of social media usage in the wine business
G Szolnoki, D Taits, C Hoffmann, R Ludwig, L Thach, R Dolan, ...
Proceedings of the 8th AWBR International Conference, 28-30, 2014
The Telepresence Effect: Changing Attitudes via Virtual Tours in Marketing Communications.
N Spielmann, A Mantonakis, BJ Babin, A Manthiou
Advances in Consumer Research 44, 2016
L'anxiété face aux examens: Dimensionnalité, similitudes et différences chez les étudiants universitaires.
DA Bors, F Vigneau, A Kronlund
Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science/Revue canadienne des sciences du …, 2006
The mere presence of a photo on a product label can change taste perception
A Mantonakis, B Cardwell, R Beckett, E Newman, M Garry
Conference Proceedings of the 8th International Conference of the Academy of …, 2014
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