Articles

2015

Do natural pictures mean natural tastes? Assessing visual semantics experimentally. Smith, V., D. Barratt, H. Selsøe Sørensen. [Cognitive Semiotics, 8(1)].

 

2014

Unpacking noun-noun compounds: Interpreting novel and conventional food names on plain paper and on simulated labels. Smith, V., Barratt, D., & Zlatev., J. [Cognitive Linguistics, 25(1), pp. 99-147]

 

2013

Material Distortion of Economic Behaviour and Everyday Decision Quality. Gidlöf, K., Wallin, A., Møgelvang-Hansen, P., & Holmqvist, K. [Journal of Consumer Policy, 36(4), pp. 389-402].

 

Consumer understanding of food labels: Toward a generic tool for identifying the average consumer. Selsøe Sørensen, H., Holm, L., Møgelvang-Hansen, P., Barratt, D., Qvistgaard, F., & Smith, V. 2013. [The International Review of Retail, Distribution and Consumer Research, 23(3), pp. 291-304].

 

What's (in) a real smoothie: A division of linguistic labour in consumers' acceptance of name-product combinations? Smith, V., D. Green-Petersen, P. Møgelvang-Hansen, R. Haubo Bojesen Christensen, F. Qvistgaard, G. Hyldig. 2013 [Appetite Volume 63, 1 April 2013, pp. 129–140].

 

2012

Attentional capture by emotional faces is contingent on attentional control settings. Barratt, D., & Bundesen, C. [Cognition and Emotion, 26:7, pp. 1223-1237].

 

Framework for understanding misleading information in daily shopping. Clement, J., Skovgaard Andersen, M., & O’Doherty Jensen, K. [Qualitative Market Research, 15(2), pp.110 – 127].

 

Food labels – an exploratory study into label information and what consumers see and understand. Selsøe Sørensen, H., J. Clement, and G. Gabrielsen. [The International Review of Retail, Distribution and Consumer Research, Volume 22, Issue 1: 101-114].

 

When Cognitive Sciences Meet Real Life : Decoding the Semiotic Cocktail of Food Labels from a Fairness Perspective. Smith, V., Selsøe Sørensen, H., Nissilä, N., & Serguey Shelov, S.

[In: Terminology science and research - Journal of the International Institute of Terminology Research, Vol. 23, IITF COLLOQUIUM, Perm, Rusland. 2012, s. 5-36].

 

2011

Assessing In-Store Food-to-Consumer Communication from a Fairness Perspective: An Integrated Approach. Smith, V., J. Clement, P. Møgelvang-Hansen, H. Selsøe Sørensen. [Fachsprache International Journal of Specialized Communication, Volume 33, 1-2: pp. 84-106].

 

Behavioural Economics, Neuroscience, and the Unfair Commercial Practices Directive. Trzakowski, J. [Journal of Consumer Policy 34(3)].

 

2010

Spin versus fair speak in food labelling. A matter of taste? Smith,V., P. Møgelvang-Hansen, and G. Hyldig. [Food Quality and Preference Volume 21, Issue 8, December 2010, pp. 1016–1025].

 

Ærlig kommunikation gennem innovative design af emballager til nye fødevarer. Jesper Clement, Henrik Selsøe Sørensen & Viktor Smith. [FairSpeak-rapport. FairSpeak/CBS, København. 38 sider].

 

"Faire" Angaben eine Frage des Geschmacks? Viktor Smith, Peter Møgelvang-Hansen & Grethe Hyldig 2010. [DLG-Test Lebensmittel 5(3).]

 

Noun-noun compounds for fictive food products: Experimenting in the borderzone of semantics and pragmatics. Jordan Zlatev, Viktor Smith, Joost van de Weijer & Kristina Skydsgaard.

[Journal of Pragmatics Vol. 42, pp. 2799-2813].

 

What's in a (food) name? From consumer protection to cognitive science – and back. Viktor Smith. [In: Hans-Wolfgang Micklitz; Viktor Smith & Mette Ohm Søndergaard, eds. Supporting fairness in product-to-consumer communication - challenges in consumer protection. EUI Working Papers LAW. Firenze: European University Institute.]

 

Misleading presentation of food. Methods of legal regulation and real life case scenarios. Peter Møgelvang-Hansen. [In: Hans-Wolfgang Micklitz; Viktor Smith & Mette Ohm Søndergaard, eds. Supporting fairness in product-to-consumer communication - challenges in consumer protection. EUI Working Papers LAW. Firenze: European University Institute.]

 

Match and mismatch between consumer knowledge and packaging design. Henrik Selsøe Sørensen & Jesper Clement. [In: Hans-Wolfgang Micklitz; Viktor Smith & Mette Ohm Søndergaard, eds. Supporting fairness in product-to-consumer communication - challenges in consumer protection. EUI Working Papers LAW. Firenze: European University Institute.]

 

2009

Fair Speak: Scenarier for vildledning på det danske fødevaremarked. Viktor Smith, Mette Ohm Søndergaard, Jesper Clement; Peter Møgelvang-Hansen, Henrik SelsøeSørensen & Gorm Gabrielsen. [Copenhagen, Ex Tuto Publishing. 191 p.].

 

2008

Do average consumers read and understand food labels? Outline of a pilot study. Jesper Clement & Henrik Selsøe Sørensen. [In: Susanne Göpferich, Arnt Lykke Rasmussen, Inger M. Mees (eds.). Looking at eyes. Copenhagen Studies in Language. CSL36, pp. 145-155.]

 

Frugtsaft - Beskyttede varebetegnelser - et instrument til at undgå vildledning?

Mette Ohm Søndergaard & Henrik Selsøe Sørensen. [Erhvervsjuridisk Tidsskrift 4/2008, pp. 298-305].

 

Extreme Knowledge Engineering - the Intricacy of Food Label Communication. Henrik Selsøe Sørensen. [In: Bodil Nistrup Madsen & Hanne Erdman Thomsen (eds.). Managing Ontologies and Lexical Resources. Proceedings of TKE 2008, pp. 291-302.]

 

2007

Linguistic diversity versus legal unity in Europe: Getting beyond the chicken-and-egg discussions. Viktor Smith. [The Journal of Comparative Law 2 (1), pp. 120-136.]

 

Visual influence on in-store buying decisions: An eye-track experiment on the visual influence of packaging design. Jesper Clement. [Journal of Marketing Management, Vol. 23, No. 9-10. (November 2007), pp. 917-928].

 

Kampen står om pladsen på forsiden. Jesper Clement. [Mærkning. Nr.33, November 2007. Dansk Varefaktanævn, s.3].

 

 

 

 

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