Dr. Scott is Associate Professor of Marketing at Florida State University (Ph.D. Arizona State University, M.S. and B.S. Purdue University). Her research interests include over-consumption behavior, goal setting, self-regulation, and transformative consumer research. Her research has been published in leading marketing journals including the Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of Marketing Research, Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, Journal of Consumer Psychology, Marketing Letters, Journal of Advertising and Journal of Business Research.
Dr. Scott’s industry background includes marketing management positions at 3M Company, Dial Corporation, and Motorola. She won an Honorable Mention for the JCR Robert Ferber Award, an ACR Transformative Consumer Research Grant, and an ACR-MSI Shopper Marketing Grant.
Maura Scott - Vita (PDF)
SELECTED PUBLISHED RESEARCH
- Mende, Martin, Maura L. Scott, Mary Jo Bitner, and Amy L. Ostrom, (forthcoming 2016) “Activating Customers for Better Coproduction Outcomes: The Interplay of Firm-Assigned Workload, Service Literacy, Eustress, and Organizational Support,” Journal of Public Policy & Marketing.
- Scott, Maura L. and Gergana Y. Nenkov, (2015) “Using Consumer Responsibility Reminders to Reduce Cuteness-Induced Indulgent Consumption,” Marketing Letters.
- Mende, Martin, Maura L. Scott, Katherine N. Lemon, and Scott Thompson, (2015) “Consumer Judgments of Firm Integrity in Light of Firm-Initiated Relationship Ending,” in Strong Brands, Strong Relationships, ed. Susan Fournier, Michael Breazeale, and Jill Avery. Taylor & Francis / Routledge.
- Nenkov, Gergana Y. and Maura L. Scott, (2014) “So Cute I Could Eat It Up: Priming Effects of
Cute Products on Indulgent Consumption,” Journal of Consumer Research, 41 (2), 326-41.
- Hoegg, JoAndrea, Maura L. Scott, Andrea C. Morales, and Darren W. Dahl, (2014) “The Flip Side of Vanity Sizing: How Consumers Respond to and Compensate for Larger than Expected Clothing Sizes,” Journal of Consumer Psychology, 24 (1), 70-78.
- Scott, Maura L. and Stephen M. Nowlis, (2013) "The Effect of Goal Specificity on Consumer Goal Reengagement," Journal of Consumer Research, (October).
- Scott, Maura L., Martin Mende, and Lisa E. Bolton, (2013) "Are Consumers Judging the Book by Its Cover? How Consumers Decode Conspicuous Consumption Cues in Buyer-Seller Relationships," Journal of Marketing Research,(June).
- Montoya, Detra Y. and Maura L. Scott, (2013) "The Effect of Lifestyle-Based Depletion on Teen Consumer Behavior," Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, 32 (1), 82-96.
- Bublitz, Melissa G., Laura A. Peracchio, Alan R. Andreasen, Jeremy Kees, Blair Kidwell, Elizabeth G. Miller, Carol M. Motley, Paula C. Peter, Priyali Rajagopal, Maura L. Scott, Beth Vallen, (2013), "Food for Thought: Transforming Research into Actionable Information for Consumers," Journal of Business Research, 66 (8), 1211-18.
- Morales, Andrea C., Maura L. Scott, and Eric A. Yorkston, (2012) "The Role of Accent Standardness in Message Preference and Recall," Journal of Advertising, 40 (1), 33-46.
- Block, Lauren, Sonya Grier, Terry Childers, Brennan Davis, Jane Ebert, Shiriki Kumanyika, Russ Laczniak, Jane Machin, Carol Motley, Laura Peracchio, Simone Pettigrew, Maura L. Scott, and Mirjam van Ginkel Bieshaar (2011), "From Nutrients to Nurturance: A Conceptual Introduction to Food Well-Being," Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, 30 (1), 5-13.
- Scott, Maura L., Stephen M. Nowlis, Naomi Mandel, and Andrea C. Morales (2008), "The Effect of Reduced Food Sizes and Packages on the Consumption Behavior of Restrained Eaters and Unrestrained Eaters," Journal of Consumer Research, 35 (3), 391-405.
- 2015 - Marketing Science Institute, MSI Young Scholar
- 2014 - Marketing and Society Special Interest Group (MASSIG) Emerging Scholar Award
- 2014 - Thomas C. Kinnear / Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, Best Paper Award
- 2013 - ACR Transformative Consumer Research Grant
- 2009 - Journal of Consumer Research, Robert Ferber Award, Honorable Mention
Dr. Scott enjoys taking road trips with her husband and spending time with her friends and family. Dr. Scott is an animal-lover, and she also enjoys learning about different cultures, travelling, and reading.