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Dr. Marian Friestad

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University of Oregon Museum of Art
1585 E 13th Ave
Eugene, Oregon 97403
United States

Company Description: The University of Oregon is among the 108 institutions chosen from 4,633 U.S. universities for top-tier designation of "Very High Research Activity" in the 2010...   more
Background

Employment History

  • President and Fellow
    Society for Consumer Psychology
  • Marketing Professor and President
    Society for Consumer Psychology
  • Professor of Marketing
    University of Oregon
  • Marketing Department
    University of Oregon
  • Vice Provost for Graduate Studies
    University of Oregon
  • Professor of Marketing
    Lundquist College of Business at the University of Oregon
  • Associate Dean and Associate Professor of Marketing
    Lundquist College of Business at the University of Oregon
  • President
    Society of Consumer Psychology
  • Ad Hoc Reviewer
    American Marketing Association

Education

  • Ph.D.
44 Total References
Web References
MSN Money - Why we lie about money and debt - Manage Debt
moneycentral.msn.com, 21 June 2004 [cached]
"In the United States, talking about money is harder than talking about sex," says Marian Friestad, Ph.D., professor of marketing at the Lundquist College of Business at the University of Oregon and past president and fellow of the Society for Consumer Psychology.
Friestad says that the survey answers indicate the deep connection between our financial lives and our view of ourselves.
"Our relationship to money is complex, and often a love-hate relationship," says Friestad.
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Friestad says that Bankrate's findings jibe with a general psychiatric principle often called the "third-person effect."
"It comes from research on consumer perceptions of how ads and marketing affect people," describes Friestad.
"People say, 'I'm not influenced by ads, but everyone else is.' And everyone says that, which is inconsistent.There is a sense that we make perception errors, that we understand our own situation and tend to think of the rest of the population as having more problems or being more susceptible to mismanaging their finances."
While it is easy to write this off as simple denial, Friestad says it's more than that.
"We understand our own behavior as being very complex and situational," says Friestad.
Money, - The Reality Series
www.valleyviewseek.org, 30 May 2004 [cached]
Marian Friestad, a marketing professor and past president of the Society for Consumer Psychology says, "In the United States, talking about money is harder than talking about sex."
Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #4
www.foplodge4.org, 25 April 2006 [cached]
"The underlying process going on here is really a variation on the scarcity effect," said Marian Friestad, a professor of marketing at the University of Oregon in Eugene.
When any product or service becomes scarce, people start behaving illogically, hoarding or stocking up or trying to get something immediately.
"There's still plenty of gas," she said, "but only so much gas at the current price."
One can only hoard as much as a car will hold, and mathematically the cost difference is not major."But it's not a rational choice," she said.
Of course, price increases can have a positive effect on behavior too, Friestad said, inspiring people to drive less, walk more, car pool or use public transit.Frustrated drivers are doing some of all of that.
Oregon's public universities also have ...
www.oregonlive.com, 4 Sept 2009 [cached]
Oregon's public universities also have received more graduate school applications but many graduate programs don't have the resources to grow, said Marian Friestad, vice provost for graduate studies at the University of Oregon in Eugene.
Oregon Daily Emerald - University of Oregon news and sports - Big business increases campus presence
www.dailyemerald.com, 20 April 2005 [cached]
"It has certainly been going on for eight or nine years," said Marian Friestad, Lundquist College of Business associate dean and associate professor of marketing.
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