Dr Annemijn Loermans

Staff details

Position Lecturer in Marketing and Graduate Careers Coordinator for Marketing
Email a.loermans (@gold.ac.uk)
Phone +44 (0)20 7296 4220
Dr Annemijn Loermans

Annemijn is a Lecturer in Marketing and the Graduate Careers Coordinator for Marketing. Prior to joining Goldsmiths, Annemijn worked as a postdoctoral researcher at ESSEC Business School, in Paris, France. She holds a BA in Social Sciences from Utrecht University, a MSc in Behavioural Science from the Radboud University Nijmegen and a PhD in Psychology from the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, all in the Netherlands. 

Annemijn’s research lies at the intersection between marketing, psychology and management. She examines differences in the cognitive representation of abstract concepts, concepts like time, future selves and brands, and explores how these differences drive our (consumer) behaviour, motivation, well-being and emotions. She mainly employs quantitative techniques in studying how people across the world think and talk about time, how people think about who they want to become, and how they perceive brands and products. In identifying and considering the factors that shape these differences, Annemijn devotes special attention to the situated and dynamic character of these factors. With her research, she seeks to contribute to a better understanding of cultural differences, how people navigate career transitions, and how consumers interact with brands and consumer goods.

Research Interests

Embodied cognition and Conceptual Metaphor Theory

(Cross-)cultural and linguistic differences (in, for example, time representation and self-concept)

Future selves

Brand and product anthropomorphism

Quantitative methods

Publications

Article

Loermans, Annemijn C.; de Koning, Björn B. and Krabbendam, Lydia. 2019. Agency and time representation in English and Dutch speakers. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 38(3), pp. 353-375. ISSN 0261-927X

Loermans, Annemijn C. and Milfont, Taciano L.. 2018. Time after time: A short-term longitudinal examination of the ego- and time-moving representations. Journal of Research in Personality, 74, pp. 1-5. ISSN 0092-6566

Bernritter, Stefan F.; Loermans, Annemijn C.; Verlegh, Peeter W.J. and Smit, Edith G.. 2017. ‘We’ are more likely to endorse than ‘I’: the effects of self-construal and brand symbolism on consumers’ online brand endorsements. International Journal of Advertising, 36(1), pp. 107-120. ISSN 0265-0487