Show 10 5 10 15 20 50 100 250 Sort by year (new to old) Actions News feed Embed this list Save this search Mark all Export Your filters: cql: author="Cabooter, Elke" or (type exact bookEditor and editor="Cabooter, Elke") Mark journalArticle A1 Is extreme response style domain specific? Findings from two studies in four countries Elke Cabooter, Bert Weijters (UGent) , Alain De Beuckelaer and Eldad Davidov (2017) QUALITY & QUANTITY. 51(6). p.2605-2622 Mark journalArticle A1 The ‘I’ in extreme responding Elke Cabooter, Kobe Millet, Bert Weijters (UGent) and Mario Pandelaere (2016) JOURNAL OF CONSUMER PSYCHOLOGY. 26(4). p.510-523 Mark journalArticle A1 Scale format effects on response option interpretation and use Elke Cabooter, Bert Weijters (UGent) , Maggie Geuens (UGent) and Iris Vermeir (UGent) (2016) JOURNAL OF BUSINESS RESEARCH. 69(7). p.2574-2584 Mark conference C3 Generic price terms and their negations: why cheap isn't the same as not expensive Bert Weijters (UGent) , Elke Cabooter, Hans Baumgartner and Kristof Geskens (2015) La Londe conference in Consumer Behavior, Abstracts. Mark dissertation open access The impact of situational and dispositional variables on response styles with respect to attitude measures Elke Cabooter (UGent) (2010) Mark conference C3 Who said that looks do not matter? The effects of rating scales on response styles Elke Cabooter (UGent) , Bert Weijters, Maggie Geuens (UGent) and Iris Vermeir (UGent) (2010) Proceedings of the 39th Annual Conference of the European Marketing Academy. p.157-157 Mark journalArticle A1 The effect of rating scale format on response styles: The number of response categories and response category labels Bert Weijters (UGent) , Elke Cabooter (UGent) and Niels Schillewaert (2010) INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN MARKETING. 27(3). p.236-247 Mark conference C3 How Self-Regulatory Focus Shapes Item Responses Regardless of Content Elke Cabooter (UGent) , Bert Weijters and Leen Adams (UGent) (2009) Proceedings of the 38th Annual Conference of the European Marketing Academy. Mark conference C1 Towards a better understanding of the phenomenon of response styles: the influence of self-regulatory focus Elke Cabooter (UGent) , B Weijters, Maggie Geuens (UGent) and Iris Vermeir (UGent) (2008) Society for consumer psychology annual conference.