PhD, Marketing, Schulich School of Business, York University
Office: SSC 4313
Phone: 519-661-2111 x81465
Psychological essentialism, categorization, contagion, and prosocial behaviour.
Hingston, S.T. & Noseworthy, T.J. (forthcoming), “Why Consumers Don’t See the Benefits of GMOs, and What Marketers Can Do About it.,” Journal of Marketing.
Whelan, J. & Hingston, S.T. (2018) “Can Everyday Brands Be Threatening? Responses to Brand Primes Depend on Childhood Socioeconomic Status,” Journal of Consumer Psychology, 28(3), 477-86.
Hingston, S.T., McManus, J., & Noseworthy, T.J. (2017), “How Inferred Contagion Biases Dispositional Judgments of Others,” Journal of Consumer Psychology, 27(2), 195-206.