TOC: J Con Psych


Journal of Consumer Psychology, 22(4)

What is JCP’s Next Move?
C. Whan Park [Publisher]

Knowledge creation in consumer research: Multiple routes, multiple criteria
John G. Lynch, Joseph W. Alba, Aradhna Krishna, Vicki G. Morwitz, Zeynep Gürhan-Canli [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Reducing self-control depletion effects through enhanced sensitivity to implementation: Evidence from fMRI and behavioral studies
William M. Hedgcock, Kathleen D. Vohs, Akshay R. Rao [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

How category advertising norms and consumer counter-conformity influence comparative advertising effectiveness
Michael J. Barone, Robert D. Jewell [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The moderating role of emotional differentiation on satiation
Morgan Poor, Adam Duhachek, Shanker Krishnan [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Direct and vicarious conspicuous consumption: Identification with low-status groups increases the desire for high-status goods
Philip J. Mazzocco, Derek D. Rucker, Adam D. Galinsky, Eric T. Anderson [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

How context shapes category inferences and attribute preference for new ambiguous products
Theodore J. Noseworthy, Juan Wang, Towhidul Islam [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Consumers’ implicit theories about personality influence their brand personality judgments
Pragya Mathur, Shailendra P. Jain, Durairaj Maheswaran [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

When promoting a charity can hurt charitable giving: A metacognitive analysis
Robert W. Smith, Norbert Schwarz [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Imagining thin: Why vanity sizing works
Nilüfer Z. Aydinoglu, Aradhna Krishna [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Unconscious creativity: When can unconscious thought outperform conscious thought?
Haiyang Yang, Amitava Chattopadhyay, Kuangjie Zhang, Darren W. Dahl [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Mediation analysis and categorical variables: The final frontier
Dawn Iacobucci [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Mediation analysis and categorical variables: Some further frontiers
Fred M. Feinberg [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Mediation with categorical variables: Consider ordinal models, empirical Bayes, and alternatives to R2
Zvi Gilula [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Commentary on “Mediation analysis and categorical variables: The final frontier” by Dawn Iacobucci
David P. MacKinnon, Matthew G. Cox [Publisher]

Mediation with categorical variables compleat
Dawn Iacobucci [Publisher]

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