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Yannick Joye
Short description / mini CV: 

Yannick Joye is a senior researcher at ISM University of Management and Economics. Having a background in philosophy, and having worked at various international universities (KULeuven, University of Groningen), his research currently focuses on how aesthetic aspects of consumer environments and products can affect consumption. Yannick Joye has published in esteemed peer-reviewed journals such as Psychology and Marketing, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance and Journal of Environmental Psychology.

Research areas:

-Marketing
-Consumer behaviour
-Environmental psychology
-Aesthetics
 
Teaching areas:
-Consumer behaviour
 

 

 

 

 

Publications

Joye, Y., & Dewitte, S. (2018). Nature’s broken path to restoration. A critical look at Attention Restoration Theory.

Joye, Y., & Dewitte, S. (2018). Nature’s broken path to restoration. A critical look at Attention Restoration Theory. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 59, 1-8.

Joye, Y., & Dewitte, S. (2016). Up speeds you down. Awe-evoking monumental buildings trigger behavioral and perceived freezing.

Joye, Y., & Dewitte, S. (2016). Up speeds you down. Awe-evoking monumental buildings trigger behavioral and perceived freezing. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 47, 112 – 125.

Joye, Y., Steg, L., Ünal, B., & Pals, R. (2016). When Complex Is Easy on the Mind: Internal Repetition of Visual Information in Complex Objects Is a Source of Perceptual Fluency.

Joye, Y., Steg, L., Ünal, B., & Pals, R. (2016). When Complex Is Easy on the Mind: Internal Repetition of Visual Information in Complex Objects Is a Source of Perceptual Fluency. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 42, 103-114. [awarded by APA as “Particularly Exciting Experiments in Psychology”]

Joye, Y., Pals, R., Steg, L. & Lewis-Evans, B. (2013), Developing and testing new methods for capturing fascinating nature experiences.

Joye, Y., Pals, R., Steg, L. & Lewis-Evans, B. (2013), Developing and testing new methods for capturing fascinating nature experiences. PLoS ONE 8, e65332.

Joye, Y. & Verpooten, J. (2013), An exploration of the functions of religious monumental architecture from a Darwinian perspective.

Joye, Y. & Verpooten, J. (2013), An exploration of the functions of religious monumental architecture from a Darwinian perspective. Review of General Psychology, 17, 53-68.

Brengman, M., Willems, K. & Joye, Y. (2012), The Impact of In-Store Greenery on Customers.

Brengman, M., Willems, K. & Joye, Y. (2012), The Impact of In-Store Greenery on Customers. Psychology & Marketing, 29, 807-821. 

Joye, Y. & De Block, A. (2011), “Nature and I are two”: a critical examination of the biophilia hypothesis.

Joye, Y. & De Block, A. (2011), “Nature and I are two”: a critical examination of the biophilia hypothesis. Environmental Values, 20, 189-215

Joye, Y., Poels, K. & Willems, K. (2011), “Evolutionary Store Atmospherics” – Designing with Evolution in Mind.

Joye, Y., Poels, K. & Willems, K. (2011), “Evolutionary Store Atmospherics” – Designing with Evolution in Mind. In G. Saad (ed.), Evolutionary Psychology in the Business Sciences. Heidelberg: Springer

Joye, Y., Willems, K., Brengman, M. & Wolf, K. (2010), An Exploratory Inquiry into the Effects of Urban Retail Greenery on the Consumer Experience.

Joye, Y., Willems, K., Brengman, M. & Wolf, K. (2010), An Exploratory Inquiry into the Effects of Urban Retail Greenery on the Consumer Experience. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 9, 57 - 64