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Paul Connell

Associate Professor, Marketing


Education:
PhD, Arizona,University Of

Office:   Harriman Hall
Email:   Paul.Connell@stonybrook.edu

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  • Biography

    Biography of Paul Connell

  • Education

    Education

    SchoolDegreeMajorDate CompletedDistinction
    Arizona,University OfPhD2008
    Seattle UniversityMBABusiness2001
    The University of ArizonaBA1992
  • Scheduled Teaching

    Scheduled Teaching

    Course NamePrefixNumberSectionCreditsLevelSemesterYear
    Consumer BehaviorBUS35913UndergraduateSpring2020
    Consumer BehaviorBUS35923UndergraduateSpring2020
    Consumer BehaviorBUS35913UndergraduateFall2019
    Consumer BehaviorBUS35923UndergraduateFall2019
    Consumer BehaviorBUS35913UndergraduateSpring2019
    Consumer BehaviorBUS35923UndergraduateSpring2019
    Consumer BehaviorBUS35913UndergraduateFall2018
    Consumer BehaviorBUS35923UndergraduateFall2018
    Consumer BehaviorBUS35913UndergraduateSpring2018
    Consumer BehaviorBUS35923UndergraduateSpring2018
    Consumer BehaviorBUS35913UndergraduateFall2017
    Consumer BehaviorBUS35923UndergraduateFall2017
    Consumer BehaviorBUS35913UndergraduateFall2016
    Consumer BehaviorBUS35923UndergraduateFall2016
    Cnsumr BhvrMKT55513GraduateSpring2016
    Consumer BehaviorBUS35913UndergraduateSpring2016
    Advrtsng and Prmtn StrMKT58013GraduateFall2015
    Consumer BehaviorBUS35913UndergraduateFall2015
    Cnsumr BhvrMKT55513GraduateSpring2015
    Consumer BehaviorBUS35913UndergraduateSpring2015
    Advrtsng and Prmtn StrMKT58013GraduateFall2014
    Consumer BehaviorBUS35913UndergraduateFall2014
    Cnsumr BhvrMKT55513GraduateSpring2014
    Consumer BehaviorBUS35913UndergraduateSpring2014
    Consumer BehaviorBUS35913UndergraduateSpring2012
    Leadership and ServiceLDS102S091UndergraduateSpring2012
    Consumer BehaviorBUS35913UndergraduateFall2011
    Consumer BehaviorMBA55513GraduateFall2011
  • Publications

    Publications

    TypeClassificationStatusTitleJournal NamePublisherPublication YearVolIssuePageLink
    Journal ArticleBasic or Discovery ScholarshipAcceptedPsychological Reactance Impacts Ratings of Pediatrician Vaccine-Related Communication Quality, Perceived Vaccine Safety, and Vaccination Priority among U.S. Parents
    Journal ArticleBasic or Discovery ScholarshipPublishedWhen Variety Is Not the Spice of Life: The Influence of Perceived Relationship Self-Threat on Variety SeekingAppetite2019136154-159
    Journal ArticleBasic or Discovery ScholarshipPublishedNegative Associations with Frozen Compared with Fresh VegetablesAppetite2018
    Book ChapterBasic or Discovery ScholarshipPublishedPreventing Food Waste and Promoting Healthier Eating among Low Income Families in Industrial Nations2017
    Journal ArticleBasic or Discovery ScholarshipPublishedHelping lower income parents reduce the risk of food waste resulting from children's aversion to healthier food options: Comment on Daniel (2016)Social Science and Medicine2016150286-289View
    Journal ArticleBasic or Discovery ScholarshipPublishedI will risk a stranger’s money, but not my own or my friend’s money: Effect of proximity of the money source to the self on financial risk-takingMarketing Letters2015264501-512View
    Journal ArticleBasic or Discovery ScholarshipPublishedDissociation from beloved unhealthy brands decreases preference for and consumption of vegetablesAppetite201592192-199View
  • Presentations

    Presentations

    TitleTypeMeetingNameOrganizationStateCountryClassificationMonthYear
    When Taking Action Means Taking Responsibility: Omission Bias Predicts Reluctance to Vaccinate Due to Greater Anticipated Culpability for Negative Side EffectsPaperMarketing and Public PolicyAMABasic or Discovery Scholarship2018