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Atila Yüksel

Researcher at Adnan Menderes University

Publications -  46
Citations -  4482

Atila Yüksel is an academic researcher from Adnan Menderes University. The author has contributed to research in topics: Tourism & Customer satisfaction. The author has an hindex of 22, co-authored 44 publications receiving 4031 citations. Previous affiliations of Atila Yüksel include Hong Kong Polytechnic University & Sheffield Hallam University.

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Destination attachment: Effects on customer satisfaction and cognitive, affective and conative loyalty

TL;DR: In this paper, the role of attachment in predicting satisfactory holiday experiences and destination loyalty was explored, showing that positive emotional and cognitive bonds with a place could indeed affect an individual's critical assessment of a destination and his/her loyalty to the place.
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Measurement of tourist satisfaction with restaurant services: a segment-based approach.

TL;DR: In this article, the authors investigated whether tourists could be grouped into distinct segments; whether the composition of variables determining customer satisfaction differed among the identified segments; and whether market segmentation strategy could contribute to more parsimonious satisfaction prediction models.
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Shopping risk perceptions: effects on tourists' emotions, satisfaction and expressed loyalty intentions.

TL;DR: In this paper, the authors examine whether risk perceptions in shopping affect tourists' emotions, their satisfaction judgement and expressed loyalty intentions, and support strong inverse associations between risk perceptions, emotions, satisfaction judgement, and behavioural intentions.
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Stakeholder interviews and tourism planning at Pamukkale, Turkey

TL;DR: In this paper, the authors conducted interviews with stakeholders representing interests affected by the implementation of the Preservation and Development Plan for Pamukkale, a World Heritage Site in Turkey, and identified broad social representations and more specific views concerning the planning issues.
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Tourist shopping habitat: Effects on emotions, shopping value and behaviours

TL;DR: In this article, the authors explored the relationship between the shopping environment and tourists' emotions, shopping values and approach behaviours, and found that the emotional state and shopping value created by shopping environment were found to influence enjoyment of shopping, willingness to talk to salespeople, revisit intentions, and tendency to spend more money and time than originally planned.