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Story ImageHow to Focus on What’s Important, Not Just What’s Urgent
Harvard Business Review
August 3, 2018

The Mere Urgency Effect
by Meng Zhu, Yang Yang, Christopher K. Hsee

Story ImageReading Between the Research Lines: Is Your Social Media Leading to Activism or Slacktivism?
Bloomberg Government
August 1, 2018

The Nature of Slacktivism: How the Social Observability of an Initial Act of Token Support Affects Subsequent Prosocial Action
by Kirk Kristofferson, Katherine White, John Peloza

Story Image3 Ways To Trick Your Brain Into Making Important Financial Decisions
Forbes
August 1, 2018

Not My Type: Why Affective Decision-Makers Are Reluctant to Make Financial Decisions
by Jane Jeongin Park, Aner Sela

Story ImageFocus on what’s important, not just urgent
The Guardian
July 27, 2018

The Mere Urgency Effect
by Meng Zhu, Yang Yang, Christopher K. Hsee

Story ImageRepublicans and Democrats love luxury goods, but buy them for different reasons
MarketWatch
July 26, 2018

Better or Different? How Political Ideology Shapes Preferences for Differentiation in the Social Hierarchy
by Nailya Ordabayeva, Daniel Fernandes

Story ImageOur brains have an urgency bias. Here’s how to not get tricked
Ladders
July 25, 2018

The Mere Urgency Effect
by Meng Zhu, Yang Yang, Christopher K. Hsee

Story ImageA Smarter Way to Think About Financial Decisions
New York Times
July 23, 2018

Not My Type: Why Affective Decision-Makers Are Reluctant to Make Financial Decisions
by Jane Jeongin Park, Aner Sela

Story ImageA holistic path to a finer palate
Cornell Chronicle
July 18, 2018

Learning to Become a Taste Expert
by Kathryn A Latour, John A Deighton

Story ImageBeyond nostalgia: understanding socialism markets
OUPblog
July 3, 2018

Creating a Consumable Past: How Memory Making Shapes Marketization
by Katja H. Brunk, Markus Giesler, Benjamin J. Hartmann

Story ImageWant to be more productive? Stop scheduling out your day
Quartz
June 25, 2018

When an Hour Feels Shorter: Future Boundary Tasks Alter Consumption by Contracting Time
by Gabriela N Tonietto, Selin A Malkoc, Stephen M Nowlis

Story ImageWhy consumers forget unethical business practices
OUPblog
June 16, 2018

That’s Not How I Remember It: Willfully Ignorant Memory for Ethical Product Attribute Information
by Rebecca Walker Reczek, Julie R. Irwin, Daniel M. Zane, Kristine R. Ehrich

Story ImageWhy Are People So Unproductive in Short Windows of Time?
The Atlantic
June 13, 2018

When an Hour Feels Shorter: Future Boundary Tasks Alter Consumption by Contracting Time
by Gabriela N Tonietto, Selin A Malkoc, Stephen M Nowlis

Story ImageOverscheduling Your Days Can Wreck Your Productivity
Lifehacker
June 12, 2018

When an Hour Feels Shorter: Future Boundary Tasks Alter Consumption by Contracting Time
by Gabriela N Tonietto, Selin A Malkoc, Stephen M Nowlis

Story ImageA busy schedule really does tank your productivity
Futurity
June 1, 2018

When an Hour Feels Shorter: Future Boundary Tasks Alter Consumption by Contracting Time
by Gabriela N Tonietto, Selin A Malkoc, Stephen M Nowlis

Story ImageFor Some Products, Labels That Appear Handwritten Pay Off
The Wall Street Journal
May 20, 2018

Humanizing Products with Handwritten Typefaces
by Roland Schroll, Benedikt Schnurr, Dhruv Grewal

Story ImageOnline Ad Targeting Does Work—As Long As It's Not Creepy
Wired
May 11, 2018

Preference Reversals in Willingness-to-Pay and Choice
by Michael O’Donnell, Ellen R K Evers

Story ImageHow the intention to share photos can undermine enjoyment
OUPblog
May 10, 2018

How the Intention to Share Can Undermine Enjoyment: Photo-Taking Goals and Evaluation of Experiences
by Alixandra Barasch, Gal Zauberman, Kristin Diehl

Story ImageYou Can't Handle the Truth About Facebook Ads, New Harvard Study Shows
The Intercept
May 9, 2018

Preference Reversals in Willingness-to-Pay and Choice
by Michael O’Donnell, Ellen R K Evers

Story ImageSeniors Are a Huge Market but Stop Trying to Scare Them Into Buying
Entrepreneur
April 30, 2018

How Happiness Affects Choice
by Cassie Mogilner, Jennifer Aaker, Sepandar D. Kamvar

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DateMedia MentionJCR Article
Aug 5Employees who kiss up to their boss act out in other ways too
MarketWatch
Conspicuous Consumption of Time: When Busyness and Lack of Leisure Time Become a Status Symbol
Silvia Bellezza, Neeru Paharia, Anat Keinan
Aug 2How To Kick Debt To The Curb: Advice From The Experts
Forbes
Repayment Concentration and Consumer Motivation to Get Out of Debt
Keri L. Kettle, Remi Trudel, Simon J. Blanchard, Gerald Häubl
Aug 1The Real Reason Why You’re Unproductive Before a Big Meeting
Brit + Co
When an Hour Feels Shorter: Future Boundary Tasks Alter Consumption by Contracting Time
Gabriela N Tonietto, Selin A Malkoc, Stephen M Nowlis
Jul 28Why you shouldn't let your partner handle all of your finances
Moneyish
On a Need-to-Know Basis: How the Distribution of Responsibility between Couples Shapes Financial Literacy and Financial Outcomes
Adrian F. Ward, John G. Lynch, Jr.
Jul 27Singletary: What is the best way to pay off debt?
The Columbian
Repayment Concentration and Consumer Motivation to Get Out of Debt
Keri L. Kettle, Remi Trudel, Simon J. Blanchard, Gerald Häubl
Jul 26What is the best way to pay off debt?
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Repayment Concentration and Consumer Motivation to Get Out of Debt
Keri L. Kettle, Remi Trudel, Simon J. Blanchard, Gerald Häubl
Jul 26Republican or Democrat? Here's How Your Political Views Influence the Way You Shop
Footwear News
Better or Different? How Political Ideology Shapes Preferences for Differentiation in the Social Hierarchy
Nailya Ordabayeva, Daniel Fernandes
Jul 25Creating E-Motion: Two Tips To Appeal To Clean Energy Advocates
Forbes
An Audience of One: Behaviorally Targeted Ads as Implied Social Labels
Christopher A. Summers, Robert W. Smith, Rebecca Walker Reczek
Jul 25Creating E-Motion: Two Tips To Appeal To Clean Energy Advocates
Forbes
An Audience of One: Behaviorally Targeted Ads as Implied Social Labels
Christopher A. Summers, Robert W. Smith, Rebecca Walker Reczek
Jul 24Ready to pay off your credit cards? Try the ‘Debt Dash’ method
The Washington Post
Repayment Concentration and Consumer Motivation to Get Out of Debt
Keri L. Kettle, Remi Trudel, Simon J. Blanchard, Gerald Häubl
Jul 185 reasons you need to dump your loser friends
SmartBrief
Tell Me What I Did Wrong: Experts Seek and Respond to Negative Feedback
Stacey R. Finkelstein, Ayelet Fishbach
Jul 17The Delboeuf Illusion: Common Weight Loss Trick Debunked in Study
Newsweek
Plate Size and Color Suggestibility: The Delboeuf Illusion’s Bias on Serving and Eating Behavior
Koert Van Ittersum, Brian Wansink
Jul 127 Unexpected Ways Loneliness Affects Your Health
Bustle
Truly, Madly, Deeply: Consumers in the Throes of Material Possession Love
John L. Lastovicka, Nancy J. Sirianni
Jul 6The rise of the bloody mock meat movement: fad, or the key to sustainability?
The Independent
Is Meat Male? A Quantitative Multimethod Framework to Establish Metaphoric Relationships
Paul Rozin, Julia M. Hormes, Myles S. Faith, Brian Wansink
Jul 2Upcoming Appointments and Deadlines Are Making You Really Inefficient. Here's Why
Inc.
When an Hour Feels Shorter: Future Boundary Tasks Alter Consumption by Contracting Time
Gabriela N Tonietto, Selin A Malkoc, Stephen M Nowlis
Jun 26Why some people don't want to talk about their latest shopping binge
Moneyish
Too Constrained to Converse: The Effect of Financial Constraints on Word of Mouth
Anna Paley, Stephanie M Tully, Eesha Sharma
Jun 24What Is Hot Dog Water? It's Being Sold For $28 A Bottle — And People Are Actually Buying It
Bustle
The Influence of Implicit Attitudes on Choice When Consumers Are Confronted with Conflicting Attribute Information
Melanie A. Dempsey, Andrew A. Mitchell
Jun 19Researchers find our ethics can lapse when we’re paired with a stranger to make a decision
GlobeNewswire
Stranger Danger: When and Why Consumer Dyads Behave Less Ethically Than Individuals
Hristina Nikolova, Cait Lamberton, Nicole Verrochi Coleman
Jun 18When consumers don’t want to talk about what they bought
Ohio State News
Too Constrained to Converse: The Effect of Financial Constraints on Word of Mouth
Anna Paley, Stephanie M Tully, Eesha Sharma
Jun 14Why Your Long-Term Relationship May Be Harming Your Financial Literacy
US News & World Report
On a Need-to-Know Basis: How the Distribution of Responsibility between Couples Shapes Financial Literacy and Financial Outcomes
Adrian F. Ward, John G. Lynch, Jr.
Jun 13Why You Can’t Really Trust Negative Online Reviews
New York Times
Navigating by the Stars: Investigating the Actual and Perceived Validity of Online User Ratings
Bart de Langhe, Philip M. Fernbach, Donald R. Lichtenstein
Jun 6Consumer decisions influenced by parenting stereotypes, even among non-parents
Vanderbilt University Research News
Parenting Motivation and Consumer Decision-Making
Yexin Jessica Li, Kelly L Haws, Vladas Griskevicius
Jun 4Here’s Why Time Shrinks Before An Upcoming Task Or Appointment
The University Network
When an Hour Feels Shorter: Future Boundary Tasks Alter Consumption by Contracting Time
Gabriela N Tonietto, Selin A Malkoc, Stephen M Nowlis
Jun 4How to Make Tough Decisions Easier
New York Times
Environmental Disorder Leads to Self-Regulatory Failure
Boyoun (Grace) Chae, Rui (Juliet) Zhu
Jun 1What Makes You Unproductive At Work? Why Setting Meetings Can Ruin Your Concentration
Elite Daily
When an Hour Feels Shorter: Future Boundary Tasks Alter Consumption by Contracting Time
Gabriela N Tonietto, Selin A Malkoc, Stephen M Nowlis
May 31Upcoming meetings and appointments negatively affect productivity, study finds
ConsumerAffairs.com
When an Hour Feels Shorter: Future Boundary Tasks Alter Consumption by Contracting Time
Gabriela N Tonietto, Selin A Malkoc, Stephen M Nowlis
May 31Time is not on your side
The Source: Washington University in St. Louis
When an Hour Feels Shorter: Future Boundary Tasks Alter Consumption by Contracting Time
Gabriela N Tonietto, Selin A Malkoc, Stephen M Nowlis
May 15Why did you see that ad? Tech companies won't tell you — and for good reason
National Post
Preference Reversals in Willingness-to-Pay and Choice
Michael O’Donnell, Ellen R K Evers
May 15Misperceptions of Deadlines Can Have Negative Influence On Daily Decision Making, Johns Hopkins Researcher Shows
Newswise
The Mere Urgency Effect
Meng Zhu, Yang Yang, Christopher K. Hsee
May 14Why do we hate making financial decisions?
University of Florida News
Not My Type: Why Affective Decision-Makers Are Reluctant to Make Financial Decisions
Jane Jeongin Park, Aner Sela
May 12Weekend Reading: Online Ad Targeting Does Work — As Long As It’s Not Creepy
The Chronicle of Higher Education
Preference Reversals in Willingness-to-Pay and Choice
Michael O’Donnell, Ellen R K Evers
May 11Having a 'household chief financial officer' can ruin financial literacy
CU Boulder News & Events
On a Need-to-Know Basis: How the Distribution of Responsibility between Couples Shapes Financial Literacy and Financial Outcomes
Adrian F. Ward, John G. Lynch, Jr.
May 11These are the movies people would watch 24 hours straight for $1 million
Moneyish
The Temporal and Focal Dynamics of Volitional Reconsumption: A Phenomenological Investigation of Repeated Hedonic Experiences
Cristel Antonia Russell, Sidney J. Levy
May 9'Household Chief Financial Officers' can ruin financial literacy
CU Boulder News & Events
On a Need-to-Know Basis: How the Distribution of Responsibility between Couples Shapes Financial Literacy and Financial Outcomes
Adrian F. Ward, John G. Lynch, Jr.
May 7Behavioral economics from nuts to 'nudges'
Chicago Booth Review
Mental Budgeting and Consumer Decisions
Chip Heath, Jack B. Soll
May 2Gap in financial literacy widens for couples the longer the relationship lasts, study suggests
Science Daily
On a Need-to-Know Basis: How the Distribution of Responsibility between Couples Shapes Financial Literacy and Financial Outcomes
Adrian F. Ward, John G. Lynch, Jr.
May 2Let's stop gendering food: Burgers and steaks are not just for men
Metro UK
Is Meat Male? A Quantitative Multimethod Framework to Establish Metaphoric Relationships
Paul Rozin, Julia M. Hormes, Myles S. Faith, Brian Wansink
May 2Gap in financial literacy widens for couples the longer the relationship lasts, study suggests
Phys.org
On a Need-to-Know Basis: How the Distribution of Responsibility between Couples Shapes Financial Literacy and Financial Outcomes
Adrian F. Ward, John G. Lynch, Jr.
May 2America has a big loneliness problem
MarketWatch
Bidirectional Dynamics of Materialism and Loneliness: Not Just a Vicious Cycle
Rik Pieters
Apr 26Gap in Financial Literacy Widens for Couples the Longer the Relationship Lasts, Study Suggests
UT News: The University of Texas at Austin
On a Need-to-Know Basis: How the Distribution of Responsibility between Couples Shapes Financial Literacy and Financial Outcomes
Adrian F. Ward, John G. Lynch, Jr.
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