TOC: J Con Psych


Journal of Consumer Psychology, 23(1)

Call for papers for a special issue inJournal of Consumer Psychology: “Emotion, self, and identity: Implications for and consequences of consumer behavior”
Durairaj (Mahesh) Maheswaran, Daphna Oyserman [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Pleasure principles: A review of research on hedonic consumption
Joseph W. Alba, Elanor F. Williams [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

When a product takes on characteristics of the person who created it: Sometimes it sounds sweeter
Valerie S. Folkes, Shashi Matta [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Does brand spelling influence memory? The case of auditorily presented brand names
David Luna, Marina Carnevale, Dawn Lerman [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Knowledge does not necessarily make the heart grow fonder: The moderating role of knowledge on accessibility experiences
Jayati Sinha, Dhananjay Naykankuppam [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Self-regulatory strength amplification through selective information processing
Remi Trudel, Kyle B. Murray [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Same destination, different paths: When and how does observing others’ choices and reasoning alter confidence in our own choices?
Cait Poynor Lamberton, Rebecca Walker Naylor, Kelly L. Haws [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The antecedents of anticipatory purchase: Reconciling the two routes to optimism
Elaine Chan, Jaideep Sengupta, Anirban Mukhopadhyay [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Sadness and consumption
Nitika Garg, Jennifer S. Lerner [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The effect of evolving resource synergy beliefs on the intentions–behavior discrepancy in ethical consumption
Reetika Gupta, Sankar Sen [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Recycling gone bad: When the option to recycle increases resource consumption
Jesse R. Catlin, Yitong Wang [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Positive fantasies dampen charitable giving when many resources are demanded
Heather Barry Kappes, Eesha Sharma, Gabriele Oettingen [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Research dialogue introduction
Joseph R. Priester, Richard E. Petty [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Comparison selection: An approach to the study of consumer judgment and choice
Itamar Simonson, James R. Bettman, Thomas Kramer, John W. Payne [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Selective versus comparative processing
Frank R. Kardes [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Choice theories: What are they good for?
Eric J. Johnson [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The influence of context and fluency
Hal R. Arkes [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Directions for judgment and decision making research based on comparison selection: Reply to Arkes, Johnson, and Kardes
Itamar Simonson, James R. Bettman, Thomas Kramer, John W. Payne [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

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