James A. Roberts mainly focuses on Social psychology, Consumer behaviour, Marketing, Job satisfaction and Social responsibility. His study brings together the fields of Scale and Social psychology. The Scale study combines topics in areas such as Life satisfaction, Relationship satisfaction and Attachment theory.
In his papers, James A. Roberts integrates diverse fields, such as Consumer behaviour, Sample, Green purchasing, Credit card, Consumer economics and Public policy. His work on Market segmentation and Purchasing is typically connected to Profiling, Debt and Distrust as part of general Marketing study, connecting several disciplines of science. His research integrates issues of Business ethics, Flourishing, Organizational commitment and Ethical leadership in his study of Job satisfaction.
His main research concerns Social psychology, Marketing, Compulsive buying, Consumer behaviour and Developmental psychology. James A. Roberts focuses mostly in the field of Social psychology, narrowing it down to topics relating to Scale and, in certain cases, Psychometrics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Social responsibility and Set.
His Compulsive buying research incorporates themes from Consumer Culture and Compulsive behavior. His study with Consumer behaviour involves better knowledge in Advertising. His study in Sales force is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Servant leadership and Leadership style.
His primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Phone, Well-being, Scale and Applied psychology. James A. Roberts brings together Social psychology and Thou to produce work in his papers. James A. Roberts has included themes like Self-efficacy, Norm and Set in his Applied psychology study.
Within one scientific family, James A. Roberts focuses on topics pertaining to Extraversion and introversion under Addiction, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Developmental psychology. His Inclusion study frequently involves adjacent topics like Consumer behaviour. His study looks at the relationship between Consumer behaviour and topics such as Temptation, which overlap with Compulsive buying.
His primary areas of study are Phone, Social psychology, Internet privacy, Association and Well-being. Phone combines with fields such as Consumer behaviour, Situational ethics, Boss, Supervisor and Practical implications in his work. He is studying Life satisfaction, which is a component of Social psychology.
His work carried out in the field of Life satisfaction brings together such families of science as Gratitude, Affect and Happiness. His Internet privacy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Self-report study, Inclusion, Advertising and Depression. His Well-being research spans across into fields like Relationship satisfaction, Attachment theory, Scale, Distraction and Interpersonal relationship.
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Environmental segmentation alternatives: a look at green consumer behavior in the new millennium
Robert D. Straughan;James A. Roberts.
Journal of Consumer Marketing (1999)
Green consumers in the 1990s: Profile and implications for advertising
James A. Roberts.
Journal of Business Research (1996)
Money Attitudes, Credit Card Use, and Compulsive Buying among American College Students.
James A. Roberts;Eli Jones.
Regulatory focus as a mediator of the influence of initiating structure and servant leadership on employee behavior.
Mitchell J. Neubert;K. Michele Kacmar;Dawn S. Carlson;Lawrence B. Chonko.
Exploring the Subtle Relationships between Environmental Concern and Ecologically Conscious Consumer Behavior
James A. Roberts;Donald R. Bacon.
Journal of Business Research (1997)
The Virtuous Influence of Ethical Leadership Behavior: Evidence from the Field
Mitchell J. Neubert;Dawn S. Carlson;K. Michele Kacmar;James A. Roberts.
The invisible addiction: cell-phone activities and addiction among male and female college students.
James A Roberts;Luc Honore Petnji Yaya;Chris Manolis.
Journal of behavioral addictions (2014)
Profiling Levels of Socially Responsible Consumer Behavior: A Cluster Analytic Approach and Its Implications for Marketing
James A. Roberts.
The Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice (1995)
Self-Employment and Job Satisfaction: Investigating the Role of Self-Efficacy, Depression, and Seniority
Don E. Bradley;James A. Roberts.
Journal of Small Business Management (2004)
Examining the Impact of Servant Leadership on Salesperson’s Turnover Intention
Fernando Jaramillo;Douglas B. Grisaffe;Lawrence B. Chonko;James A. Roberts.
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