Yinlong Zhang

University of Texas at San Antonio

One UTSA Circle

San Antonio, TX 78249

United States

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Scholarly Papers (8)

1.

Power Distance Belief and Impulsive Buying

Journal of Marketing Research, Vol. 47, No. 5, pp. 945-954, 2010
Number of pages: 11 Posted: 06 Feb 2012
Yinlong Zhang, Karen Page Winterich and Vikas Mittal
University of Texas at San Antonio, Pennsylvania State University - Mary Jean and Frank P. Smeal College of Business Administration and Rice University
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cultural orientation, impulsive buying, power distance belief

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Accepting Inequality Deters Responsibility: How Power Distance Decreases Charitable Behavior

Journal of Consumer Research, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 70 Posted: 19 May 2014
Karen Page Winterich and Yinlong Zhang
Pennsylvania State University - Mary Jean and Frank P. Smeal College of Business Administration and University of Texas at San Antonio
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donations, non-profit, culture, power distance, communal, control, equality

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How Political Identity and Charity Positioning Increase Donations: Insights from Moral Foundations Theory

International Journal of Research in Marketing, 29(4), 346–354,
Number of pages: 9 Posted: 03 May 2012 Last Revised: 27 Nov 2012
Karen Page Winterich, Yinlong Zhang and Vikas Mittal
Pennsylvania State University - Mary Jean and Frank P. Smeal College of Business Administration, University of Texas at San Antonio and Rice University
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Political Identity, Liberals, Conservatives, Donation Behavior, Moral Identity, Moral Foundations Theory

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How Males and Females Differ in Their Likelihood of Transmitting Negative Word of Mouth

Journal of Consumer Research, Vol. 40, April 2014
Number of pages: 13 Posted: 18 Apr 2014
Yinlong Zhang, Lawrence Feick and Vikas Mittal
University of Texas at San Antonio, University of Pittsburgh and Rice University
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Decision Difficulty: Effects of Procedural and Outcome Accountability

Journal of Consumer Research, Vol. 32, No. 3, 2005
Number of pages: 8 Posted: 26 Oct 2013
Yinlong Zhang and Vikas Mittal
University of Texas at San Antonio and Rice University
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accountability, procedural accountability, outcome accountability

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The Attractiveness of Enriched and Impoverished Options: Culture, Self-Construal, and Regulatory Focus

Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 33(4), April 2007, 588-598
Number of pages: 12 Posted: 20 Oct 2013
Yinlong Zhang and Vikas Mittal
University of Texas at San Antonio and Rice University
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cultural orientation; self-construal; regulatory focus; option attractiveness

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Consumers' Preference for User-Designed Versus Designer-Designed Products: The Moderating Role of Power Distance Belief

Number of pages: 49 Posted: 21 Nov 2017
Xiaobing Song, Yinlong Zhang and Vikas Mittal
Dalian University of Technology, University of Texas at San Antonio and Rice University
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Power Distance Belief, User Design, Customer Empowerment, Identification, Trust, Consumer Preferences, Purchase Intention

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All That Glitters Is Not Gold: How Others' Status Influences the Effect of Power Distance Belief on Status Consumption

Journal of Consumer Research, Vol. 43(2), p. 265-281, August 2016
Number of pages: 58 Posted: 07 Jun 2017
Huachao Gao, Karen Page Winterich and Yinlong Zhang
University of Victoria, Peter B. Gustavson School of Business - Marketing, Pennsylvania State University - Mary Jean and Frank P. Smeal College of Business Administration and University of Texas at San Antonio
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Power Distance Belief, Status Consumption, Superiors, Social Comparison, Signaling Effectiveness, Need for Status