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A. Drolet and J. Aaker, “Off-Target? Changing Cognitive-Based Attitudes,” Journal of Consumer Psychology, Vol. 12, No. 1, 2002, pp. 59-68.

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  • TITLE: Brand Relationships: A Personality-Based Approach

    AUTHORS: Helena M. Nobre, Kip Becker, Carlos Brito

    KEYWORDS: Brand Personality, Brand Relationships, Interpersonal Relationship Theory

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Service Science and Management, Vol.3 No.2, June 29, 2010

    ABSTRACT: The authors investigated the relationship between brand personality and brand relationships. The conceptual model was based on the hypothesis that brand personality may nurture specific consumer-brand relationships and that these relationships may influence the quality of the ties that consumers develop with brands. An instrument from intimate interpersonal relationships was used to measure consumer-brand relationships. An SEM analysis conducted on a sample of 733 consumer-brand relationships, involving nine highly known brands of different product categories, gave support to the theory. The research offers two significant contributions by: 1) Emphasizing the role of consumer-brand relationship in understanding multi-brand, symbolic consumption and 2) Offering a holistic perspective in the understanding of brand personality.