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Sorim Chung

Assistant Professor

Department of MIS, Marketing, and Analytics
Saunders College of Business

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Sorim Chung

Assistant Professor

Department of MIS, Marketing, and Analytics
Saunders College of Business

Education

BJ, MA, University of Missouri, Columbia; MA, Ph.D., University of California, Riverside

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Articles
Chung, S., (2022). Online Shoppers&apos&#x3b; Claustrophobic Tendencies and Spatial Needs. KAUPA Letters.
Chung, S., & Hair, N. (2021). The Adverse Effects of Mobile Devices on Willingness to Donate and Online Fundraising Outcomes. International Journal of Advertising.
Chung, S., & Karampela, M. (2021). The Role of Perceived Risk and Device Type in Online Crowdfunding Decisions (forthcoming). Advances in Consumer Research.
Chung, S., Chakravarti, A., & Cho, C. (2021). It Is Different than What I Saw Online: Negative Effects of Webrooming on Purchase Intentions. Psychology and Marketing.
Chung, S., & Karampela, M. (2021). Investigating the Interplay of Device Type, Product Familiarity, and Shopping Motivations on the Accuracy of Product Size Estimations in E-Commerce Settings. Psychology and Marketing.
Chung, S., & Karampela, M. (2020). Larger Screen, Inaccurate Perceptions: Investigating Visual Framing Effects on Online Shoppers&apos&#x3b; Product-Size Estimation (Extended Abstract). Advances in Consumer Research.
Chung, S., Kramer, T., & Wong, E. (2018). Do Touch Interface Users Feel More Engaged? The Impact of Input Device Type on Online Shoppers&apos&#x3b; Engagement, Affect, and Purchase Decisions. Psychology and Marketing.
Chung, S., Chakravarti, A., & Zwick, R. (2016). It Feels Softer Than It Looked: Contrast-Priming Effects of Touch Screen Users in Multi-Channel Shopping (Extended Abstract). Advances in Consumer Research.
Chung, S., (2015). Do Touch Screen Users Feel More Engaged? The Impact of Touch Interfaces on Online Shopping (Extended Abstract). Advances in Consumer Research.
Journals
Presentations
Chung, S., & Karampela, M. (2021). The Role of Device Type on Online Investment Outcomes. Association for Consumer Research (ACR).
Chung, S., & Gupta, M. (2020). Does the Pandemic Influence the Country of Origin Effect? Higher Purchase Intentions toward Face Masks from Developing Countries. Society for Consumer Psychology (SCP).
Chung, S., & Gupta, M. (2020). Does the Pandemic Influence the Country of Origin Effect? Higher Purchase Intentions toward Face Masks from Developing Countries. American Marketing Association (AMA).
Chung, S., & Karampela, M. (2020). Larger Screen, Inaccurate Perceptions: Investigating Visual Framing Effects on Online Shoppers&apos&#x3b; Product-Size Estimation. Association for Consumer Research (ACR).
Chung, S., & Hair, N. (2020). Negative Effects of Using Mobile Devices on Non-Profit Fundraising Outcomes. ICAMA.
Chung, S., Cho, C., & Chakravarti, A. (2017). It Feels Softer than How It Showed Online: Contrast Effects of Touch Screen Users. Society for Consumer Psychology (SCP).
Chung, S., (2017). Perception. 20/20 Research in Focus.
Chung, S., (2017). Executive briefing: Multi-channel shopping &amp&#x3b; webrooming. US Army NETCOM Command Strategy Group (CSG) forum.
Chung, S., Chakravarti, A., & Zwick, R. (2016). It Feels Softer than How It Showed Online: Contrast Effects of Touch Screen Users. Association for Consumer Research Annual Conference.
Chung, S., (2015). It Feels Softer than How It Showed Online. Contrast Effects of Touch Screen Users. American Marketing Association (AMA).
Chung, S., (2015). Do Touch Screen Users Feel More Engaged? the Impact of Touch Interfaces on Online Shopping. Association for Consumer Research Annual Conference.
Chung, S., (2015). Do Touch Screen Users Feel More Engaged? The Impact of Touch Interfaces on Online Shopping. Society for Consumer Psychology (SCP).
Chung, S., (2015). Do Touch Screen Users Feel More Engaged? The Impact of Touch Interfaces on Online Shopping. American Marketing Association (AMA).
Chung, S., (2015). Dissertation Review: Do Touch Screen Users Feel More Engaged? The Impact of Touch Interfaces on Online Shopping. EMAC Doctoral Colloquium.
Chung, S., (2015). Do Touch Screen Users Feel More Engaged? the Impact of Touch Interfaces on Online Shopping. Asia Pacific Association for Consumer Research (AP ACR).
Proceedings
Chung, S., & Karampela, M. (2021). The Role of Perceived Risk and Device Type in Online Crowdfunding Decisions. American Marketing Association (AMA).
Chung, S., & Karampela, M. (2021). The Role of Perceived Risk and Device Type in Online Crowdfunding Decisions. Society for Consumer Psychology (SCP).
Chung, S., & Colton, D. (2021). The Impact of Online Shoppers&apos&#x3b; Gender and Spatial Needs on Purchase Decisions (FULL PAPER PUBLICATION). American Marketing Association (AMA).
Chung, S., & Karampela, M. (2021). The Role of Perceived Risk and Device Type in Online Crowdfunding Decisions. Association for Consumer Research (ACR).
Chung, S., & Karampela, M. (2020). Larger Screen, Inaccurate Perceptions: Investigating Visual Framing Effects on Online Shoppers&apos&#x3b; Product-Size Estimation. Association for Consumer Research (ACR).
Chung, S., & Hair, N. (2020). Negative Effects of Using Mobile Devices on Non-Profit Fundraising Outcomes. ICAMA (peer reviewed).
Chung, S., & Gupta, M. (2020). Does the Pandemic Influence the Country of Origin Effect? Higher Purchase Intentions toward Face Masks from Developing Countries. American Marketing Association (AMA).
Chung, S., & Gupta, M. (2020). Does the Pandemic Influence the Country of Origin Effect? Higher Purchase Intentions toward Face Masks from Developing Countries. Society for Consumer Psychology (SCP).
Chung, S., Zhu, Y., & Peck, J. (2018). Horizontal or Vertical? How Browsing Direction Affects Online Shoppers. Society for Consumer Psychology (SCP).
Chung, S., Cho, C., & Chakravarti, A. (2017). It Feels Softer Than It Looked Online: Contrast-Priming Effects of Touch-Screen Users in Multi-Channel Shopping. Society for Consumer Psychology (SCP).
Chung, S., Chakravarti, A., & Zwick, R. (2016). It Feels Softer Than It Looked: Contrast-Priming Effects of Touch Screen Users in Multi-Channel Shopping. Association for Consumer Research (ACR).
Chung, S., (2015). It Feels Softer than How It Showed Online. Contrast Effects of Touch Screen Users. American Marketing Association (AMA).
Chung, S., (2015). Do Touch Screen Users Feel More Engaged? The Impact of Touch Interfaces on Online Shopping. Asia Pacific Association for Consumer Research (AP ACR).
Chung, S., (2015). Do Touch-Screen Users Feel More Engaged? The Impact of Touch Interfaces on Online Shopping. Association for Consumer Research (ACR).
Chung, S., (2015). Do Touch Screen Users Feel More Engaged? The Impact of Touch Interfaces on Online Shopping. Society for Consumer Psychology (SCP).
Chung, S., (2014). Do Touch Screen Users Feel More Engaged? The Impact of Touch Interfaces on Online Shopping. American Marketing Association (AMA).

Currently Teaching

MKTG-230
3 Credits
An introduction to the field of marketing, stressing its role in the organization and society. Emphasis is on determining customer needs and wants and how the marketer can satisfy those needs through the controllable marketing variables of product, price, promotion and distribution.
MKTG-763
3 Credits
The course reviews the major theories that frame the understanding of both consumer (end-user) and business buying behavior. Topics include the buying decision process, the impact of emotion, product knowledge, and product involvement on purchasing decisions. In addition, behavioral, social and psychological perspectives will be discussed. All perspectives will be applied to designing marketing strategy.