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Journal of the Association for Consumer Research

2016 - 2022

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Volume 7, issue 1, 2022

Looking Back and Looking Forward: (Re)Interpreting Consumer Insights in a Time of Transition pp. 1 - 7 Downloads
Angela Y. Lee and Kelly Goldsmith
(Not) Near and Dear: COVID-19 Concerns Increase Consumer Preference for Products That Are Not “Near Me” pp. 8 - 16 Downloads
Mina Kwon, Andrew S. Manikas and Michael J. Barone
Collective Health versus Individual Freedom: Goal Centrality and Political Identity Shape COVID-19 Prevention Behaviors pp. 17 - 26 Downloads
Beatriz Pereira and Jason Stornelli
“Don’t Give Us Death like This!” Commemorating Death in the Age of COVID-19 pp. 27 - 35 Downloads
Benét DeBerry-Spence and Lez Trujillo-Torres
Political Ideology and the Perceived Impact of Coronavirus Prevention Behaviors for the Self and Others pp. 36 - 44 Downloads
Aylin Cakanlar, Remi Trudel and Katherine White
In These Uncertain Times: Fake News Amplifies the Desires to Save and Spend in Response to COVID-19 pp. 45 - 53 Downloads
Justin Pomerance, Nicholas Light and Lawrence E. Williams
How Childhood Adversity Shapes Susceptibility to COVID-19 Scams pp. 54 - 62 Downloads
Tito L. H. Grillo and Adrian F. Ward
Numbers, Not Lives: AI Dehumanization Undermines COVID-19 Preventive Intentions pp. 63 - 71 Downloads
Li Huang, Zhi Lu and Priyali Rajagopal
Getting Conservatives and Liberals to Agree on the COVID-19 Threat pp. 72 - 80 Downloads
Luke Nowlan and Daniel M. Zane
It’s Alive! Increasing Protective Action against the Coronavirus through Anthropomorphism and Construal pp. 81 - 88 Downloads
Jing Wan, Katina Kulow and Kirsten Cowan
Pricing Fairness in a Pandemic: Navigating Unintended Changes to Value or Cost pp. 89 - 97 Downloads
Elizabeth M. S. Friedman and Olivier Toubia
Unleashing Heaven’s Power: How Faith Motivates Consumer Exercise Behavior during a Pandemic pp. 98 - 106 Downloads
Elizabeth A. Minton, Cindy X. Wang and Carissa M. Anthony
Social Marginalization Motivates Indiscriminate Sharing of COVID-19 News on Social Media pp. 107 - 114 Downloads
Youjung Jun and Gita Venkataramani Johar
Fear in the Stock Market: How COVID-19 Affects Preference for High- and Low-Priced Stocks pp. 115 - 123 Downloads
Jorge Pena-Marin, Rashmi Adaval and Liang Shen
Rejections Make the Heart Grow Fonder: The Benefits of Articulating Risks When Declining Social Invitations pp. 124 - 132 Downloads
Anne Wilson, Ashley Whillans and Tobias Schlager

Volume 6, issue 4, 2021

Consumer Collectives: A History and Reflections on Their Future pp. 415 - 428 Downloads
Eric J. Arnould, Adam Arvidsson and Giana M. Eckhardt
Broadening the Collective Turn in Marketing: From Consumer Collectives to Consumption Agencements pp. 429 - 434 Downloads
Franck Cochoy
Hard Work: Unanticipated Collaboration in Co-creation Processes pp. 435 - 446 Downloads
Gry Høngsmark Knudsen and Yun Mi Antorini
Counting Monopoly Money Twice: Resale Discounting in Consumer-to-Consumer Exchange pp. 447 - 461 Downloads
Catherine A. Armstrong Soule and Sara Hanson
Brand Secret Micro-Collectives pp. 462 - 473 Downloads
Heather Johnson Dretsch and Colbey Emmerson Reid
Social Credibility: Trust Formation in Social Commerce pp. 474 - 490 Downloads
Lena Cavusoglu and Deniz Atik
Exploring How Publics Discursively Organize as Digital Collectives: The Use of Empty and Floating Signifiers as Organizing Devices in Social Media pp. 491 - 502 Downloads
Elanor Colleoni, Laura Illia and Stelios Zyglidopoulos
Societing 4.0: Social and Technological Innovation, the Mediterranean Way pp. 503 - 508 Downloads
Alex Giordano
A Note on Bazaar Consumer Collectives pp. 509 - 514 Downloads
Maitrayee Deka
Thai Popular Music and Its Unsatisfied (Popular) Tastes in the 1960s and the 1970s pp. 515 - 521 Downloads
Viriya Sawangchot
Reimagining Consumerism as a Force for Good: The Future of Consumer Collectives Is a Human Collective pp. 522 - 529 Downloads
Martina Olbert

Volume 6, issue 3, 2021

Maladaptive Consumption: Definition, Theoretical Framework, and Research Propositions pp. 307 - 314 Downloads
Martin Reimann and Shailendra Pratap Jain
Application of Automated Text Analysis to Examine Emotions Expressed in Online Support Groups for Quitting Smoking pp. 315 - 323 Downloads
Erin A. Vogel and Cornelia (Connie) Pechmann
A Triple-System Neural Model of Maladaptive Consumption pp. 324 - 333 Downloads
Ofir Turel and Antoine Bechara
Toward an Integrative Conceptualization of Maladaptive Consumer Behavior pp. 334 - 341 Downloads
John A. Clithero, Uma R. Karmarkar and Ming Hsu
When Does Intoxication Help or Hurt My Case? The Role of Emotionality in the Use of Intoxication as a Discounting Cue pp. 342 - 349 Downloads
Chelsea Galoni, Kelly Goldsmith and Hal E. Hershfield
How Nonconsumption Can Turn Ordinary Items into Perceived Treasures pp. 350 - 361 Downloads
Jacqueline R. Rifkin and Jonah Berger
Web Wizard or Internet Addict? The Effects of Contextual Cues in Assessing Addiction pp. 362 - 376 Downloads
Priya Raghubir, Geeta Menon and I-Ling Ling
“Your Screen-Time App Is Keeping Track”: Consumers Are Happy to Monitor but Unlikely to Reduce Smartphone Usage pp. 377 - 382 Downloads
Laura Zimmermann
Lady Luck: Anthropomorphized Luck Creates Perceptions of Risk-Sharing and Drives Pursuit of Risky Alternatives pp. 383 - 393 Downloads
Katina Kulow, Thomas Kramer and Kara Bentley
Does Consumer Promiscuity Influence Purchase Intent? The Role of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Change Seeking, and Pride pp. 394 - 401 Downloads
Patrick van Esch and Yuanyuan (Gina) Cui
The Role of Standards and Discrepancy Perfectionism in Maladaptive Consumption pp. 402 - 413 Downloads
Sylvia Seo Eun Chang, Shailendra Pratap Jain and Martin Reimann

Volume 6, issue 2, 2021

A Research Agenda for (Gender) Troubled Times: Striving for a Better Tomorrow pp. 205 - 210 Downloads
Catherine Coleman, Eileen Fischer and Linda Tuncay Zayer
Real Men Don’t Buy “Mrs. Clean”: Gender Bias in Gendered Brands pp. 211 - 222 Downloads
Nathalie Spielmann, Susan Dobscha and Tina M. Lowrey
Female Stereotypes in Print Ads: A Longitudinal Analysis from an Institutional Viewpoint pp. 223 - 235 Downloads
Andres Rodriguez Veloso, Kavita Miadaira Hamza, Lara Petrini Victorino and Lealis Vaz Meleiro Lopes
The Sleep-Deprived Masculinity Stereotype pp. 236 - 249 Downloads
Nathan B. Warren and Troy H. Campbell
Sincere, Not Sinful: Political Ideology and the Unique Role of Brand Sincerity in Shaping Heterosexual and LGBTQ Consumers’ Views of LGBTQ Ads pp. 250 - 262 Downloads
Steven Shepherd, Tanya L. Chartrand and Gavan J. Fitzsimons
Advanced Style Influencers: Confronting Gendered Ageism in Fashion and Beauty Markets pp. 263 - 273 Downloads
Ela Veresiu and Marie-Agnès Parmentier
This Is Who I Am: Instagram as Counterspace for Shared Gendered Ethnic Identity Expressions pp. 274 - 285 Downloads
B. Yasanthi Perera, Sarita Ray Chaudhury, Pia A. Albinsson and Lubna Nafees
Velocity and Vertigo: Gender Trends in Consumer Research: In Conversation with Fernando Desouches, Linda Ong, and Linda Scott pp. 286 - 295 Downloads
Catherine Coleman, Linda Tuncay Zayer, Fernando Desouches, Linda Ong and Linda Scott
Un/Re/Doing Gender in Consumer Research: In Conversation with Pauline Maclaran, Lisa Peñaloza, and Craig Thompson pp. 296 - 305 Downloads
Jenna Drenten, Pauline Maclaran, Lisa Peñaloza and Craig J. Thompson

Volume 6, issue 1, 2021

JACR: Using the Power and Diversity of Consumer Research to Tackle Important Substantive Problems pp. 1 - 3 Downloads
Vicki G. Morwitz
Introduction to Special Issue on Behavioral Pricing pp. 4 - 9 Downloads
Haipeng (Allan) Chen, David Hardesty, Akshay Rao and Lisa E. Bolton
The Consumer in Physical Pain: Implications for the Pain-of-Paying and Pricing pp. 10 - 20 Downloads
Eugene Chan
Why Do Cashless Payments Increase Unhealthy Consumption? The Decision-Risk Inattention Hypothesis pp. 21 - 32 Downloads
Joowon Park, Clarence Lee and Manoj Thomas
If You Think 9-Ending Prices Are Low, Think Again pp. 33 - 47 Downloads
Avichai Snir and Daniel Levy
Born to Shop? A Genetic Component of Deal Proneness pp. 48 - 53 Downloads
Robert M. Schindler, Vishal Lala and Jeanette E. Taylor
Interest-Free Financing Promotions Increase Consumers’ Demand for Credit for Experiential Goods pp. 54 - 66 Downloads
Johannes C. Bauer, Vicki G. Morwitz and Liane Nagengast
Price Promotions Are Inherently More Arousing for Interdependents pp. 67 - 80 Downloads
Sharon Ng, Mehak Bharti and Kim Huat Goh
Isolating Price Promotions: The Influence of Promotional Timing on Promotion Redemption pp. 81 - 90 Downloads
Daniel Sheehan and Koert van Ittersum
Price Promotion (In)frequency and Consumers’ Brand Quality Evaluations pp. 91 - 101 Downloads
Ashok K. Lalwani, Jessie Wang and David H. Silvera
Commentary: Profitable Discounting for Premium Brands pp. 102 - 104 Downloads
Brent Pfister
A Triadic Model of Social Motivations in Pay-What-You-Want Decisions pp. 105 - 119 Downloads
Saerom Lee, Hans Baumgartner and Rik Pieters
Tip to Show Off: Impression Management Motivations Increase Consumers’ Generosity pp. 120 - 129 Downloads
Shirley Bluvstein Netter and Priya Raghubir
Where You Shop Affects How You Choose: Retailer Price Image and the Importance of Enriched versus Comparable Attributes pp. 130 - 141 Downloads
Jeffrey S. Larson, Ryan Hamilton and Jeffrey R. Parker
A View from Inside: Insights on Consumer Behavior during a Global Pandemic pp. 142 - 148 Downloads
Kelly Goldsmith and Angela Y. Lee
Passing the Buck versus Sharing Responsibility: The Roles of Government, Firms, and Consumers in Marketplace Risks during COVID-19 pp. 149 - 158 Downloads
Aya Aboelenien, Zeynep Arsel and Charles H. Cho
Who Gets the Ventilator? Moral Decision Making Regarding Medical Resource Allocation in a Pandemic pp. 159 - 167 Downloads
Liyin Jin, Yunhui Huang, Yongheng Liang and Qiang Zhang
Personality Matters during a Pandemic: Implicit Theory Beliefs Influence Preparedness and Prevention Behaviors pp. 168 - 177 Downloads
Yuanyuan Zhang, Pragya Mathur and Lauren Block
Together We Stand: The Solidarity Effect of Personized Sellers on Essential Workers pp. 178 - 186 Downloads
Katina Kulow, Kara Bentley and Priyali Rajagopal
Misdirecting Persuasive Efforts during the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Targets People Choose May Not Be the Most Likely to Change pp. 187 - 195 Downloads
Christopher J. Bechler and Zakary L. Tormala
Truth Distortion: A Process to Explain Polarization over Unsubstantiated Claims Related to COVID-19 pp. 196 - 203 Downloads
Anne-Sophie Chaxel and Sandra Laporte
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