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Journal of Consumer Psychology, 21(2)

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Journal of Consumer Psychology 

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The pot-holed path to happiness, possibly paved with money: A research dialogue
Joseph R. Priester, Richard E. Petty [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

If money doesn’t make you happy, then you probably aren’t spending it right
Elizabeth W. Dunn, Daniel T. Gilbert, Timothy D. Wilson [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

If money does not make you happy, consider time?
Jennifer L. Aaker, Melanie Rudd, Cassie Mogilner [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Happiness and thrift: When (spending) less is (hedonically) more
Joseph Chancellor, Sonja Lyubomirsky [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

What’s the use of happiness? It can’t buy you money?
Kathleen D. Vohs, Roy F. Baumeister [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Why don’t we learn from poor choices? The consistency of expectation, choice, and memory clouds the lessons of experience
Norbert Schwarz, Jing Xu [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The role of computational ease on the decision to spend loyalty program points?
Jessica Y.Y. Kwong, Dilip Soman, Candy K.Y. Ho [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Impression management in survey responding: Easier for collectivists or individualists?
Hila Riemer, Sharon Shavitt [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Our possessions, our selves: Domains of self-worth and the possession–self link
Rosellina Ferraro, Jennifer Edson Escalas, James R. Bettman [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The Dieter’s Paradox
Alexander Chernev [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Older but not wiser—Predicting a partner’s preferences gets worse with age
Benjamin Scheibehenne, Jutta Mata, Peter M. Todd [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Spatial categorization and time perception: Why does it take less time to get home?
Priya Raghubir, Vicki G. Morwitz, Amitav Chakravarti [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Conspicuous consumption in a recession: Toning it down or turning it up??
Joseph C. Nunes, Xavier Drèze, Young Jee Han [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The workings and limits of subliminal advertising: The role of habits
Thijs Verwijmeren, Johan C. Karremans, Wolfgang Stroebe, Daniël H.J. Wigboldus [Publisher] [Google Scholar]