DOI: 10.1086/321947 Corpus ID: 33335677. Consumers' need for uniqueness; Variable Details: Source: Tian, Kelly Tepper, William O. Bearden, and Gary L. Hunter (2001), "Consumers’ Need for Uniqueness: Scale Development and Validation", Journal of Consumer Research, 28, 50-66. By Kelly Tian, William O. Bearden, Kelly Tepper Tian, William O. Bearden and Gary L. Hunter. Consumers' pursuit of uniqueness in online fashion consumption @inproceedings{Nguyen2018ConsumersPO, title={Consumers' pursuit of uniqueness in online fashion consumption}, author={Hoang Nguyen}, year={2018} } Hoang Nguyen and validating multi-item scales based on re ... vation to present and future consumer needs in a changing . Consumers' need for uniqueness: short-form scale development and cross-cultural validation Abstract. Validity support Response bias tests: Impression management 6 129 20 2.76 .55 .77 .01 Supported Marlowe-Crowne socially desirable response scale 6 129 30 .42 .16 NA −.10 Supported Discriminant validity tests: Optimum stimulation level 7 244 247 .54 *** Supported General need for uniqueness 8 261 32 Journal of Finance, 16, 8–37. Article Google Scholar Vickrey, W. (1961). Counter Speculation: Auctions and Competitive Sealed Tenders. Project Actions . CiteSeerX - Scientific documents that cite the following paper: Abnormality as a positive characteristic: The development and validation of a scale measuring need for uniqueness. Journal of Consumer Research, 28(2), 50–66. Consumers' Need for Uniqueness: Scale Development and Validation @article{Tian2001ConsumersNF, title={Consumers' Need for Uniqueness: Scale Development and Validation}, author={Kelly Tepper Tian and William O. Bearden and Gary L. Hunter}, journal={Journal of Consumer Research}, year={2001}, volume={28}, pages={50-66} } I actively seek to develop my personal uniqueness by buying special products or brands 16 .75 a .77 a 8. Consumers' need for uniqueness. Customer contributions to quality: A different view of the customer-oriented firm. Tokatli, N. (2008). Consumers’ need for uniqueness: short-form scale development and cross-cultural validation Ayalla Ruvio Graduate School of Management, University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel Consumers’ need for uniqueness: Scale development and validation. Journal of Consumer Research, 28, 50–66 (June). Variable. Part of the Business Commons This Article is brought to you for free and open access by the Management and Marketing at Wyoming Scholars Repository. The item content was devised to reflect basic tenets of the operational definition. 7. January 2015; DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-11848-2_86. This study aims to examine the relationship between tourists’ need for uniqueness (TNFU), perceived authenticity, tourists’ emotions, and their behavioral intentions in a heritage context. Consumers' Need for Uniqueness: Scale Development and Validation @article{Tian2001ConsumersNF, title={Consumers' Need for Uniqueness: Scale Development and Validation}, author={Kelly Tepper Tian and William O. Bearden and Gary L. Hunter}, journal={Journal of Consumer Research}, year={2001}, volume={28}, pages={50-66} } Consumers’ Need for Uniqueness: Scale Development and Validation . the materials. (2011). CrossRef Google Scholar. – The purpose of this paper is to develop and validate cross‐culturally a short‐form, consumers' need for uniqueness (CNFU) scale. CrossRef Google Scholar. To set a reading intention, click through to any list item, and look for the panel on the left hand side: Consumer self-confidence: Refinements in conceptualization and measurement. Consumers' need for uniqueness is defined as an individual's pursuit of differentness relative to others that is achieved through the acquisition, utilization, and disposition of consumer goods for the purpose of developing and enhancing one's personal and social identity. Incident Preparedness: Having an eye for products that are interesting and unusual assists me in establishing a distinctive image 18 .66 .79 9. Scale Development and Validation Initial scale items were developed through a review of the literature and descriptions of unique individuals provided by consumers (see Tepper, Bearden, & Hunter, in press). Three studies demonstrate that a strive for uniqueness motivates individuals to resist majority influence. Consumers’ Need for Uniqueness: Scale Development and Validation. We develop and validate a single multi-dimensional framework of brand luxury including five constructs, i.e., conspicuousness, uniqueness, perfectionism, extended self, and hedonism. Consumers' need for uniqueness: Scale development and validation. Following assessments of the scale's latent structure, a series of validation studies examines the scale's validity. To measure these five dimensions, a reliable, valid, and generalizable measurement scale is developed. Consumers' need for uniqueness: short‐form scale development and cross‐cultural validation نیاز مصرف کنندگان به منحصربفرد بودن: توسعه در مقیاس کوچک و اعتبار سنجی متقابل فرهنگی Reinecke Flynn, L. and D. Pearcy (2001), “Four Subtle Sins in Scale Development: Some Suggestions for Strengthening the Current Paradigm,” International Journal of Market Research, 43 (4), 409-423. The NfU also plays an important role in the consumer context (Lynn & Snyder, 2002). Known-groups validity tests Sample n Mean SD n Mean SD t-statistic p-value Validity support Tatoo and body piercing artists 1 39 3.05 .70 621 2.60 .56 3.22 <.001 Supported Owners of customized low rider autos 2 22 2.99 .45 621 2.60 .56 3.22 <.001 Supported Members of … Vigneron, F., & Johnson, L. W. (2004). The length of the original scale (31 items) might have hindered its diffusion in research when The products and brands that I like best … Consumers' need for uniqueness is defined as an individual’s pursuit of differentness relative to others that is achieved through the acquisition, utilization, and disposition of consumer goods for the purpose of developing and enhancing one’s personal and social identity. Consumers' need for uniqueness is defined as an individual's pursuit of differentness relative to others that is achieved through the acquisition, utilization, and disposition of consumer goods for the purpose of developing and enhancing one's personal and social identity. Until recently, there was no scale to assess the NfU in German speaking populations. One-factor model 1,403.72 434 .662 .639 Null model 3,334.16 465 NA NA NA 2. For instance, consumers high in the NfU show a preference for customized consumer products, unusual shopping venues, and innovations (Lynn & Harris, 1997). 518-527, 1977. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): http://repository.uwyo.edu/cgi... (external link) Need for uniqueness (a) is a psychological state in which individuals feel indistinguishable from others and (b) motivates compensatory acts to reestablish a sense of uniqueness. Competing models S-B χ 2 : df : CFI S-Bχ2 : TLI S-Bχ2 : RMSEA S-Bχ2 : Student sample (n = 272): 1. Journal of Economic Geography, 8(1), 21–38. Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to develop and validate cross-culturally a short-form, consumers' need for uniqueness (CNFU) scale. BibTeX @ARTICLE{Tian01consumers’need, author = {Kelly Tian and William O. Bearden and Kelly Tepper Tian and William O. Bearden and Gary L. Hunter}, title = {Consumers’ Need for Uniqueness: Scale Development and Validation}, journal = {Journal of Consumer Research}, year = {2001}, pages = {50--66}} How do I set a reading intention. Global sourcing: Insights from the global clothing industry- The case of Zara, a fast fashion retailer. Consumers’ Need for Luxury: Scale Development and Cross-National Validation Between Australia and Usa . Consumers acquire and display material possessions for the purpose of feeling differentiated from other people and, thus, are targeted with a variety of marketing stimuli that attempt to enhance self-perceptions of uniqueness. Scaling Procedures: Issues and Applications examines the issues involved in developing and validating multi-item self-report scales of latent constructs. marketplace, its heritage is a key to the brand’s continuing . (1996). Experimental research and development efforts to inform models from cell to system scale must be the basis of the next generation of validation techniques needed for the new grid-scale storage systems, as empirically derived tests are not sufficient to ensure safety. (2001). Consumers’ need for uniqueness is defined as an individual’s pursuit of differentness relative to others that is achieved through the acquisition, utilization, and disposition of consumer goods for the purpose of developing and enhancing one’s personal and social identity. [9] C. R. Snyder, H. L. Fromkin, “Abnormality as a positive characteristic: The development and validation of a scale measuring need for uniqueness”, Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 86, pp. Following assessments of the scale's latent structure, a series of validation studies examines the scale's validity. (2001). 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