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Professor Danae Manika
Dr Diana Gregory-Smith
Advancing spillover research: behavioural, contextual and temporal approaches2021
Professor Danae Manika
Professor Savvas Papagiannidis
Professor Michael Bourlakis
Richard Clarke
Drawing on Subjective Knowledge and Information Receptivity to Examine an Environmental Sustainability Policy: Insights from the UK's Bag Charge Policy2021
Saadet Meltem Hut
Professor Danae Manika
Dr Josephine Go Jefferies
Professor Savvas Papagiannidis
Food consumption and time: Meanings and processes underlying choices2021
Professor Danae Manika
Professor Savvas Papagiannidis
How pride triggered by pro-environmental technology adoption spills over into conservation behaviours: A social business application2021
Saadet Meltem Hut
Professor Danae Manika
Dr Josephine Go Jefferies
Professor Savvas Papagiannidis
The hedonic or eudaimonic way: Understanding the impact of subjective time an wellbeing motives on healthy food choice2021
Saadet Meltem Hut
Professor Danae Manika
Dr Josephine Go Jefferies
Professor Savvas Papagiannidis
Understanding the Concept of Time for Food Wellbeing2021
Professor Danae Manika
A Configurational Approach to Consumer Animosity: An Abstract2020
Professor Danae Manika
aPRIDIT Unsupervised Classification with Asymmetric Valuation of Variable Discriminatory Worth2020
Professor Danae Manika
Are they sinners or saints? A multi-level investigation of hypocrisy in organisational and employee pro-environmental behaviours2020
Professor Danae Manika
Does Humour Influence Perceptions of the Ethicality of Female-Disparaging Advertising?2020
Professor Danae Manika
Hypocrisy in corporate and individual social responsibility: Causes, consequences and implications2020
Dr Diana Gregory-Smith
Professor Danae Manika
Using Values, Beliefs, and Norms to Predict Conserving Behaviors in Organizations2020
Professor Danae Manika
Dr Diana Gregory-Smith
'Student Switch Off!': How do university students respond to a corporate-sponsored pro-environmental social marketing campaign?2019
Professor Danae Manika
Why consumer animosity reduces product quality perceptions: The role of extreme emotions in international crises2019
Professor Danae Manika
Professor Savvas Papagiannidis
Professor Michael Bourlakis
Environmental Sustainability and Public Policy Compliance: A Study of the UK’s Single-use Bag Charge Policy2018
Dr Diana Gregory-Smith
Professor Danae Manika
Introduction to the Research Handbook on Employee Pro-Environmental Behaviour2018
Professor Danae Manika
Organisational and employee symbolic environmental behaviours: an integrated multi-level framework2018
Professor Danae Manika
Dr Diana Gregory-Smith
Professor Savvas Papagiannidis
The influence of prior knowledge structures on website attitudes and behavioral intentions2018
Dr Diana Gregory-Smith
Professor Danae Manika
An environmental social marketing intervention in cultural heritage tourism: a realist evaluation2017
Professor Danae Manika
Consumer Interpretation of Brand Prominence Signals: Insights for a Broadened Typology2017
Dr Diana Gregory-Smith
Professor Danae Manika
Consumers’ identities and compartmentalisation tendencies in alcohol consumption2017
Dr Diana Gregory-Smith
Professor Danae Manika
Examining the Effect of an Environmental Social Marketing Intervention among University Employees2017
Dr Diana Gregory-Smith
Professor Danae Manika
Green intentions under the blue flag: Exploring differences in EU consumers’ willingness to pay more for environmentally-friendly products2017
Professor Danae Manika
Dr Diana Gregory-Smith
Health marketing communications: An integrated conceptual framework of key determinants of health behavior across the stages-of-change2017
Professor Danae Manika
How Does Objective and Subjective Human Papillomavirus Knowledge Affect Information-Seeking Intentions and Source Preferences?2017
Professor Danae Manika
Dr Diana Gregory-Smith
Pride in Technology‐Based Health Interventions: A Double‐Edged Sword2017
Professor Danae Manika
The offline spill-over of signing online petitions against companies: A dual pathway model2017
Professor Danae Manika
Professor Savvas Papagiannidis
Professor Michael Bourlakis
Understanding the effects of a social media service failure apology: A comparative study of customers vs. potential customers2017
Dr Diana Gregory-Smith
Professor Danae Manika
An Exploration of CSR Development In Heritage Tourism2016
Professor Danae Manika
Causes And Consequences Of Trust In Direct-To-Consumer Pharmaceutical Advertising2016
Professor Danae Manika
Dr Diana Gregory-Smith
Linking Environmental Sustainability and Healthcare: Exploring the effects of an energy saving intervention in two hospitals2016
Professor Savvas Papagiannidis
Professor Danae Manika
Political Participation and Engagement via Different Online and Offline Channels2016
Professor Danae Manika
The Moderating Role of Age in Responses to Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Advertising2016
Dr Diana Gregory-Smith
Professor Danae Manika
The role of generativity and attitudes on employees home and workplace water and energy saving behaviours2016
Dr Diana Gregory-Smith
Professor Danae Manika
An Environmental Social Marketing Intervention among Employees: Assessing Attitude and Behaviour Change2015
Professor Danae Manika
Professor Savvas Papagiannidis
Can a CEO's YouTube apology following a service failure win customers' hearts?2015
Professor Danae Manika
Dr Diana Gregory-Smith
Heritage tourism, CSR and the role of employee environmental behavior2015
Professor Danae Manika
Dr Diana Gregory-Smith
The Impact of Individual Attitudinal and Organisational Variables on Workplace Environmentally Friendly Behaviors2015
Professor Danae Manika
Factors Associated with the Persuasiveness of Direct-to-Consumer Advertising on HPV Vaccination Among Young Women2014
Professor Danae Manika
Consumers Young and Old: Segmenting the Target Markets for Direct-To-Consumer Prescription Drug Advertising2011
Professor Danae Manika
Self-efficacy, Threat, Knowledge, and Information Receptivity: Exploring Pandemic Prevention Behaviors to Enhance Societal Welfare2011