2022 - Research.com Rising Star of Science Award
Social media, Consumer behaviour, Advertising, Social psychology and Purchasing are his primary areas of study. His work on Fear of missing out as part of his general Social media study is frequently connected to Depression, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Resistance and Public economics.
Amandeep Dhir has researched Advertising in several fields, including Self-disclosure and Gratification. His work in Purchasing is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Information overload. His Marketing research incorporates elements of Online community and Brand community.
Marketing, Social media, Social psychology, Consumer behaviour and Systematic review are his primary areas of study. Amandeep Dhir has included themes like Resistance and Moderation in his Marketing study. His research investigates the connection with Moderation and areas like Association which intersect with concerns in Multimethodology.
His Social media research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Advertising, Self-disclosure, Clinical psychology and Internet privacy. His study in Social psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Young adult, Well-being and Scale. Amandeep Dhir focuses mostly in the field of Consumer behaviour, narrowing it down to matters related to Mobile payment and, in some cases, Continuance.
His primary areas of study are Marketing, Social media, Systematic review, Consumer behaviour and Moderation. His research in the fields of Purchasing overlaps with other disciplines such as Perspective, Structural equation modeling and Context. His research in Social media intersects with topics in Self-disclosure, Advertising and Clinical psychology.
His study focuses on the intersection of Consumer behaviour and fields such as Mobile payment with connections in the field of Continuance, Leverage and Perceived cost. His research investigates the connection between Moderation and topics such as Association that intersect with issues in Multimethodology. The Social psychology study combines topics in areas such as Well-being and Mediation.
Amandeep Dhir spends much of his time researching Marketing, Consumer behaviour, Resistance, Purchasing and Moderation. His Marketing research includes themes of Mobile payment, Facilitator and Continuance. The study incorporates disciplines such as Diffusion of innovation theory, Emerging markets and Cognitive psychology in addition to Consumer behaviour.
The Consumer resistance research Amandeep Dhir does as part of his general Resistance study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Negative association, Negatively associated and Perspective, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His studies in Moderation integrate themes in fields like Value proposition and Association. His Association study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Multimethodology and Social psychology.
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Online social media fatigue and psychological wellbeing—A study of compulsive use, fear of missing out, fatigue, anxiety and depression.
Amandeep Dhir;Amandeep Dhir;Yossiri Yossatorn;Puneet Kaur;Puneet Kaur;Sufen Chen;Sufen Chen.
Uses and Gratifications of digital photo sharing on Facebook
Aqdas Malik;Amandeep Dhir;Marko Nieminen.
Unusual purchasing behavior during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic: The stimulus-organism-response approach
Samuli Laato;A.K.M. Najmul Islam;A.K.M. Najmul Islam;Ali Farooq;Amandeep Dhir;Amandeep Dhir;Amandeep Dhir.
Envisioning the future of behavioral decision-making: A systematic literature review of behavioral reasoning theory
Aditya Kumar Sahu;R.K. Padhy;Amandeep Dhir;Amandeep Dhir;Amandeep Dhir.
Do age and gender differences exist in selfie-related behaviours?
Amandeep Dhir;Ståle Pallesen;Torbjørn Torsheim;Cecilie Schou Andreassen.
Why do people share fake news? Associations between the dark side of social media use and fake news sharing behavior
Shalini Talwar;Amandeep Dhir;Amandeep Dhir;Puneet Kaur;Puneet Kaur;Nida Zafar.
Why do people use food delivery apps (FDA)? A uses and gratification theory perspective
Arghya Ray;Amandeep Dhir;Amandeep Dhir;Pradip Kumar Bala;Puneet Kaur;Puneet Kaur.
Determinants of organic food consumption. A systematic literature review on motives and barriers
Shiksha Kushwah;Amandeep Dhir;Mahim Sagar;Bhumika Gupta.
Blockchain in healthcare: A systematic literature review, synthesizing framework and future research agenda
Anushree Tandon;Amandeep Dhir;Amandeep Dhir;Amandeep Dhir;A.K.M. Najmul Islam;A.K.M. Najmul Islam;Matti Mäntymäki.
Understanding consumer resistance to the consumption of organic food. A study of ethical consumption, purchasing, and choice behaviour
Shiksha Kushwah;Amandeep Dhir;Amandeep Dhir;Mahim Sagar.
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