BJ, MA, University of Missouri, Columbia; MA, Ph.D., University of California, Riverside
Dr. Sorim Chung is an Assistant Professor of Marketing at the Saunders College of Business. She holds a Ph.D. in Management with a concentration in Marketing from the University of California-Riverside and received her M.A. and B.J. (Bachelor of Journalism) in Advertising from the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Journalism.
Her research focuses on technology-driven consumer behavior, particularly in the context of sensory marketing (visual and spatial perception), and she has published several research articles in leading marketing journals such as Psychology and Marketing and International Journal of Advertising.
Dr. Chung also has over 10 years of marketing industry experience. She worked for Nike, BMG (Bertelsmann Music Group), and Samsung (Cheil Worldwide) and successfully launched various marketing campaigns/projects including several award-winning advertisements and digital marketing campaigns.
Chung, Sorim (2022), “Interface Driven Customer Experience: Redefining User Interface (UI) Design Approaches for Automotive Infotainment System,” IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine (Impact factor 4.14; SJR journal rank: Q1 in Human-Computer Interactions).
Chung, Sorim (2022), “The Effect of Claustrophobic Tendencies on Digital Spatial Preferences,” Frontiers in Psychology (Impact factor 4.23), 1–9.
Chung, Sorim and M. Karampela (2021), Investigating the Interplay of Device Type, Product Familiarity, and Shopping Motivations on the Accuracy of Product Size Estimations in E-Commerce Settings,” Psychology & Marketing (Impact factor 5.51; ABS rating 3; ABDC rating A; RIT rating TOP), 38(9), 1498–1512.
Chung, Sorim, C. Cho, and A. Chakravarti (2021), “It Is Different than What I Saw Online: Negative Effects of Webrooming on Purchase Intentions,” Psychology & Marketing (Impact factor 5.51; ABS rating 3; ABDC rating A; RIT rating TOP), 39(1), 131–149.
Chung, Sorim and N. Hair (2021), “The Adverse Effects of Mobile Devices on Willingness to Donate and Online Fundraising Outcomes,” International Journal of Advertising (Impact factor 5.89; ABS rating 2; ABDC rating A; RIT rating PREFERRED), 40(8), 1343–1365.
Chung, Sorim, T. Kramer, and E. Wong (2018), “Do Touch Interface Users Feel More Engaged? The Impact of Input Device Type on Online Shoppers’ Engagement, Affect, and Purchase Decisions,” Psychology & Marketing (Impact factor 5.51; ABS rating 3; ABDC rating A; RIT rating TOP), 35(11), 795-806.