ADAMS, Carmen

Full Name
ADAMS, Carmen
Email
carmen.adams@uhasselt.be
 
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Publications

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Issue DateTitleContributor(s)TypeCat.
12022Crossmodal Congruency Between Background Music and the Online Store Environment: The Moderating Role of Shopping GoalsDOUCE, Lieve; ADAMS, Carmen; Petit, Olivia; Nijholt, AntonJournal ContributionA1
22020Sensory overload in a shopping environment: Not every sensory modality leads to too much stimulationDOUCE, Lieve; ADAMS, CarmenJournal ContributionA1
32019Sensory overload in a shopping environment: the negative effect of too much stimulationDOUCE, Lieve; ADAMS, CarmenConference MaterialC2
42019Online Sensory Marketing: The Crossmodal Effect Of Background Music And The Look And Feel Of A Webshop On Consumer ReactionsDOUCE, Lieve; ADAMS, CarmenConference MaterialC2
52019Exploiting Crossmodal Correspondences: Can the Perceived Shape of an Ambient Scent Influence the Perceived Shape of a Product, a Scene, or an Actual Space?ADAMS, Carmen; VANRIE, JanJournal ContributionM
62019On the localization of tastes and tasty products in 2D spaceADAMS, Carmen; Petit, Olivia; Spence, Charles; Velasco, CarlosJournal ContributionA1
72018The added value of designing by crossmodal correspondences: effect on consumer reactionsADAMS, Carmen; VANRIE, JanConference MaterialC2
82018The interlink between sensory properties of retail design and brand assets: a comparison of three grocery store designsADAMS, Carmen; QUARTIER, KatelijnConference MaterialC2
92018What experience unfolds between the senses? Crossmodal correspondences in a retail context.ADAMS, CarmenTheses and DissertationsT1
102018Localizing taste and products with characteristic tastes in 2D spaceADAMS, Carmen; Petit, Olivia; Spence, Charles; Velasco, CarlosConference MaterialC2
112017The Effect of Crossmodal Congruency Between Ambient Scent and the Store Environment on Consumer Reactions: An AbstractDOUCE, Lieve; ADAMS, CarmenProceedings PaperC1
122017What's in a scent? Meaning, shape, and sensorial concepts elicited by scentsDOUCE, Lieve; ADAMS, CarmenJournal ContributionA1
132017DESIGNING FOR MULTIPLE SENSES WHILE USING VISUAL REPRESENTATION TECHNIQUES? CROSSMODAL CORRESPONDENCES AS A COUNTERFORCE TO THE DOMINANCE OF THE VISUAL SENSEADAMS, Carmen; VANRIE, Jan; PETERMANS, AnnConference MaterialC2
142016The effect of crossmodal congruency between ambient scent and the store environment on consumer reactionsDOUCE, Lieve; ADAMS, CarmenProceedings PaperC1
152014Tasting the smell: Effects of ambient scent on scent experts' evaluations of (in)congruent food productsDOUCE, Lieve; ADAMS, Carmen; VANRIE, Jan; JANSSENS, Wim; PETERMANS, AnnJournal ContributionA1
162014Congruency of crossmodal correspondence between an ambient scent and a product packaging: the effect on packaging preferenceDOUCE, Lieve; ADAMS, Carmen; JANSSENS, WimConference MaterialC2
172014DESIGNING FOR MULTIPLE SENSES WHILE USING VISUAL REPRESENTATION TECHNIQUES? CROSSMODAL CORRESPONDENCES AS A COUNTERFORCE TO THE DOMINANCE OF THE VISUAL SENSEADAMS, Carmen; VANRIE, Jan; PETERMANS, Ann; JANSSENS, WimConference MaterialC2
182013Tasting the Smell: scent Experts' and Laymen's Evaluation of Product (In)congruityDOUCE, Lieve; ADAMS, Carmen; VANRIE, Jan; JANSSENS, Wim; PETERMANS, AnnProceedings PaperC2
192013Assessing crossmodal correspondences for food products: Implications for product packaging and brand naming.ADAMS, Carmen; VANRIE, Jan; JANSSENS, WimProceedings PaperC2