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Martin, Brett, Van Durme, Joël, Raulas, Mika, & Merisavo, Marko (2002) E-mail marketing in the context of cosmetics. In Proceedings of The 2002 Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference, Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy , Hotel Sofitel, Melbourne.
Martin, Brett, Bhimy, Andrew, & Agee, Tom (2002) Infomercials and advertising effectiveness : an empirical study. Journal of Consumer Marketing, 19(6), pp. 468-480.
Martin, Brett & Pervan, Simon (2002) Product placement in US and New Zealand television soap operas : an exploratory study. Journal of Marketing Communications.
Martin, Brett, Lee, Christina, & Fernandez, Nalini (2002) Using self-referencing to explain the effectiveness of ethnic minority models in advertising. International Journal of Advertising, 21(3), pp. 367-379.
Martin, Brett, Uusitalo, Liisa, & Saari, Topi (2003) Daddies, assistants and foolsbdifferentiation of male representations in present-day advertising. In European Advances in Consumer Research, Association for Consumer Research, Dublin, Ireland, pp. 228-232.
Martin, Brett, Van Durme, Joel, Raulas, Mika, & Merisavo, Marko (2003) Email advertising : exploratory insights from Finland. Journal of Advertising Research, 43(3), pp. 293-300.
Martin, Brett (2003) Recall. In McDonough, John & Egolf, Karen (Eds.) The Encyclopedia of Advertising. Routledge, Chicago.
Martin, Brett (2003) The influence of MTV. In McDonough, John & Egolf, Karen (Eds.) The Encyclopedia of Advertising. Routledge, Chicago.
Martin, Brett (2003) The influence of gender on mood effects in advertising. Psychology & Marketing, 20(3), pp. 249-273.
Martin, Brett, Lang, Bodo, & Wong, Stephanie (2004) Conclusion explicitness in advertising: The moderating role of need for cognition (NFC) and argument quality (AQ) on persuasion. Journal of Advertising, 32(4), pp. 57-65.
Martin, Brett (2004) Using the imagination : consumer evoking and thematizing of the fantastic imaginary. Journal of Consumer Research, 31(1), pp. 136-149.
Martin, Brett, Lee, Christina, & Yang, Feng (2004) The influence of ad model ethnicity and self-referencing on attitudes evidence from New Zealand. Journal of Advertising, 33(4), pp. 27-37.
Martin, Brett, Sherrard, Michael, & Wentzel, Daniel (2005) The role of sensation seeking and need for cognition on web-site evaluations : a resource-matching perspective. Psychology and Marketing, 22(2), pp. 109-126.
Martin, Brett, Pullen, Zac, Vincent, Aaron, & Wentzel, Daniel (2006) Emailing experts and novices : effects of knowledge, copy type and testimonials on email advertising effectiveness. In Proceedings of the 35th European Marketing Academy Annual Conference, Athens University of Economics & Business, Athens.
Martin, Brett, Veer, Ekant, & Pervan, Simon (2007) Self-referencing and consumer evaluations of larger-sized female models : a weight locus of control perspective. Marketing Letters, 18(3), pp. 197-209.
Martin, Brett, Wentzel, Daniel, Tomczak, Torsten, & Henkel, Sven (2007) The impact of susceptibility to informational influence on the effectiveness of consumer testimonials. In Proceedings of the 36th European Marketing Academy Annual Conference, Reykjavik University, Reykjavik.
Martin, Brett, Wentzel, Daniel, & Tomczak, Torsten (2008) Effects of susceptibility to normative influence and type of testimonial on attitudes toward print advertising. Journal of Advertising, 37(1), pp. 29-43.
Martin, Brett & Gnoth, Juergen (2009) Is the Marlboro man the only alternative? The role of gender identity and self-construal salience in evaluations of male models. Marketing Letters, 20(4), pp. 353-367.
Martin, Brett, Gnoth, Juergen, & Strong, Carolyn (2009) Temporal construal in advertising : the moderating role of temporal orientation and attribute importance in consumer evaluations. Journal of Advertising, 38(3), pp. 5-19.
Martin, Brett & Xavier, Robina J. (2010) How do consumers react to physically larger models? Effects of model body size, weight control beliefs and product type on evaluations and body perceptions. Journal of Strategic Marketing, 18(6), pp. 489-501.
Martin, Brett (2010) Boosting your product's country of origin. Journal of Strategic Marketing, 18(4), pp. 357-358.
Ekant, Veer, Becirovic, Ilda, & Martin, Brett (2010) If Kate voted conservative would you? The role of celebrity endorsements in political party advertising. European Journal of Marketing, 44(3/4), pp. 436-450.
Martin, Brett, Lee, Michael Shyue Wai, & Lacey, Charlotte (2011) Countering negative country of origin effects using imagery processing. Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 10(2), pp. 80-92.
Sobh, Rana & Martin, Brett (2011) Feedback information and consumer motivation : the moderation role of positive and negative reference values in self-regulation. European Journal of Marketing, 45(6), pp. 963-986.
Martin, Brett (2012) A stranger's touch : effects of accidental interpersonal touch on consumer evaluations and shopping time. Journal of Consumer Research, 39(1), pp. 174-184.
Pervan, Simon J. & Martin, Brett A.S. (2012) Development and validation of the consumer disillusionment toward marketing activity scale. Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 11(5), pp. 339-346.
Martin, Brett A.S., Lee, Christina Kwai-Choi, Weeks, Clinton, & Kaya, Maria (2013) How to stop binge drinking and speeding motorists : effects of relational-interdependent self-construal and self-referencing on attitudes toward social marketing. Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 12(1), pp. 81-90.
Poch, Rebecca & Martin, Brett (2014) Effects of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation on user-generated content. Journal of Strategic Marketing. (In Press)
Strong, Carolyn A. & Martin, Brett A.S. (2014) Effects of perspective taking and entitlement on consumers. Journal of Business Research, 67(9), pp. 1817-1823.
O'Connor, Peter J., Martin, Brett, Weeks, Clinton S., & Ong, Luzian (2014) Factors that influence young people's mental health help‐seeking behaviour : a study based on the Health Belief Model. Journal of Advanced Nursing. (In Press)