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Eric Stenstrom

Associate Professor

Marketing


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Academic Background

  • PhD, Marketing, John Molson School of Business, Concordia University, 2014
  • MSc, Marketing, John Molson School of Business, Concordia University, 2007
  • BA, Psychology, University of Ottawa, 2003

Academic & Professional Experience

  • Associate Professor of Marketing, Farmer School of Business, Miami University, 2019-present
  • Richard T. Farmer Endowed Assistant Professor of Marketing, Farmer School of Business, Miami University, 2013-2019
  • Instructor of Marketing, John Molson School of Business, Concordia University, 2011-2013

Recent Publications

  • Nepomuceno, M. V. & Stenstrom, E. P. (Accepted). Consumption on steroids: The effect of testosterone on preferences for conspicuous consumption and the moderating role of intrasexual competition. Journal of Behavioral Decision-Making.
  • Dinsmore, J. B., Stenstrom, E. P., & Kunstman, J. W. (2020) Baseline testosterone moderates the effect of money exposure on charitable giving intent. Psychology & Marketing.
  • Nepomuceno, M. V., Pastore, C., & Stenstrom, E. (2019). Prenatal hormones (2D:4D), intrasexual competition, and materialism in women. Psychology & Marketing.
  • Stenstrom, E. P., Saad, G., & Hingston, S. T. (2018). Menstrual cycle effects on prosocial orientation, gift giving, and charitable giving. Journal of Business Research, 84(3), 82-88.
  • Stenstrom, E. P., Dinsmore, J. B., Kunstman, J. W., & Vohs, K. D. (2018). The effects of money exposure on testosterone and risk-taking, and the moderating role of narcissism. Personality and Individual Differences, 123, 110-114.
  • DelVecchio, D., Jones, W. J., & Stenstrom, E. P. (2017). Integrating partitioned prices via computational estimation. Psychology & Marketing, 34(8), 823-835.
  • Nepomuceno, M. V., Saad, G., Stenstrom, E. P., Mendenhall, Z., & Iglesias, F. (2016). Testosterone at your fingertips: Digit ratios (2D: 4D and rel2) as predictors of courtship-related consumption intended to acquire and retain mates. Journal of Consumer Psychology, 26(2), 231-244.
  • Nepomuceno, M. V., Saad, G., Stenstrom, E. P., Mendenhall, Z., & Iglesias, F. (2016). Testosterone & gift-giving: Mating confidence moderates the association between digit ratios (2D: 4D and rel2) and erotic gift-giving. Personality and Individual Differences, 91, 27-30.
  • Saad, G., & Stenstrom, E. P. (2012). Calories, beauty, and ovulation: The effects of the menstrual cycle on food and appearance‐related consumption. Journal of Consumer Psychology, 22(1), 102-113.

Honors & Awards

  • Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Research Grant, 2016-2019
  • Nominated for the Richard K. Smucker Teaching Excellence Award for Outstanding Junior Professor, 2016, 2018, 2019
  • Grant to Promote Research, Miami University Faculty Research Grants, 2016-2018
  • Summer Research Appointment, Miami University Faculty Research Grants, 2016
  • FSB Supplement for a University Summer Research Appointment, 2016
  • Rike Consumer Research Foundation Research Grant, Wright State University, 2015
  • AMA-Sheth Doctoral Consortium Fellow, 2012
  • Bob and Raye Briscoe PhD Fellowship in Business Administration, Concordia University, 2011-2012
  • Doctoral Research Fellowship, FQRSC, 2008-2010
  • Medal of Bravery, Governor General of Canada, 2006

Areas of Expertise

  • Consumer Behavior
  • Hormonal Influence
  • Risk-Taking
  • Prosocial Behavior

Biography

Eric Stenstrom is an Associate Professor in the Department of Marketing at Miami University’s Farmer School of Business. He completed his M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Marketing at the John Molson School of Business at Concordia University. Dr. Stenstrom’s research focuses on the nexus of neuroscience, social psychology, and consumer behavior. His main research streams examine how consumers’ physiology (e.g., testosterone, menstrual cycle) interacts with social factors (e.g., competition, money) to impact their preferences and behavior (e.g., risk-taking, charitable giving). His research has been published in the Journal of Consumer Psychology, the Journal of Business Research, the Journal of Behavioral Decision-Making, the Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Economics, Personality and Individual Differences, and Psychology & Marketing.

Courses

  • SUMMER 2021
  • MKT 325 TA - MAY 18 THRU JUNE 26
Eric Stenstrom

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