Noah Thomas VanBergen
Noah VanBergen is an Assistant Professor of Marketing at Lindner, having received his Ph.D. from the University of Miami in 2017. His research interests mainly fall into two areas. His primary interest is in consumer attributions and inference-making, which he has applied to investigations of product efficacy, artificial intelligence, decision-making, meaningfulness, and other domains. His other interest lies in understanding downstream consequences of childhood experiences on adult consumer behavior. He has published his work in the Journal of Consumer Research, the Journal of Consumer Psychology, and the Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, and his work has been presented at multiple conferences, including annual meetings for the Association for Consumer Research and the Society for Consumer Psychology. He teaches Consumer/Buyer Behavior at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. In his spare time, Noah enjoys playing music and sports, and spending time with his wife, daughter, and their two dogs.
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Ph D: University of Miami Coral Gables, 2017 (Marketing)
BS: Central Michigan University Mount Pleasant, 2012 (Psychology)
Research and Practice Interests
Consumer Attributions and Inference-Making
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