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Journal of the Association for Consumer Research

2016 - 2017

From University of Chicago Press
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Volume 2, issue 2, 2017

Brain Drain: The Mere Presence of One’s Own Smartphone Reduces Available Cognitive Capacity pp. 140 - 154 Downloads
Adrian F. Ward, Kristen Duke, Ayelet Gneezy and Maarten W. Bos
Phubbed and Alone: Phone Snubbing, Social Exclusion, and Attachment to Social Media pp. 155 - 163 Downloads
Meredith E. David and James A. Roberts
The Connected Consumer: Connected Devices and the Evolution of Customer Intelligence pp. 164 - 178 Downloads
Alan D. J. Cooke and Peter P. Zubcsek
Managing Communities of Co-creation around Consumer Engagement Styles pp. 179 - 195 Downloads
Eric Martineau and Zeynep Arsel
Are You a "Viral Star"? Conceptualizing and Modeling Inter-media Virality pp. 196 - 215 Downloads
Amit M. Joshi and Michael Trusov
Let's Get Closer: Feelings of Connectedness from Using Social Media, with Implications for Brand Outcomes pp. 216 - 228 Downloads
Donna L. Hoffman, Thomas P. Novak and Hyunjin Kang
She Said, She Said: Differential Interpersonal Similarities Predict Unique Linguistic Mimicry in Online Word of Mouth pp. 229 - 245 Downloads
Sarah G. Moore and Brent McFerran
Sociodemographic versus Geographic Proximity in the Diffusion of Online Conversations pp. 246 - 266 Downloads
Beth L. Fossen, Michelle Andrews and David A. Schweidel

Volume 2, issue 1, 2017

Valuing Resource Valuation in Consumer Research: An Introduction pp. 1 - 4 Downloads
Chris Janiszewski and Luk Warlop
What’s in Your Wallet? Psychophysical Biases in the Estimation of Money pp. 105 - 122 Downloads
Priya Raghubir, Mario Capizzani and Joydeep Srivastava
Mental Resources Increase Preference for Dissimilar Experiences pp. 123 - 135 Downloads
Juliano Laran and Eva Buechel
Storm after the Quiet: How Marketplace Interactions Shape Consumer Resources in Collective Goal Pursuits pp. 26 - 47 Downloads
Alexander P. Henkel, Johannes Boegershausen, Robert Ciuchita and Gaby Odekerken-Schröder
Social Recycling Transforms Unwanted Goods into Happiness pp. 48 - 63 Downloads
Grant E. Donnelly, Cait Lamberton, Rebecca Walker Reczek and Michael I. Norton
A Review of Resource Theories and Their Implications for Understanding Consumer Behavior pp. 5 - 25 Downloads
Michael J. Dorsch, Kjell Y. Törnblom and Ali Kazemi
A Penny Saved Is Not a Penny Earned: When Decisions to Earn and Save Compete for Consumer Resources pp. 64 - 77 Downloads
Eesha Sharma and Punam A. Keller
The Effects of Resources on Brand and Interpersonal Connection pp. 78 - 92 Downloads
Danielle J. Brick, Tanya L. Chartrand and Gavan J. Fitzsimons
Don’t Sweat the Big Stuff: Emphasizing Importance Hinders Goal Pursuit for Consumers Low in Dispositional Self-Control Resources pp. 93 - 104 Downloads
Scott W. Davis and Kelly L. Haws

Volume 1, issue 4, 2016

The Functional Alibi pp. 479 - 496 Downloads
Anat Keinan, Ran Kivetz and Oded Netzer
Celebrate or Commemorate? A Material Purchase Advantage When Honoring Special Life Events pp. 497 - 508 Downloads
Joseph K. Goodman, Selin A. Malkoc and Brittney L. Stephenson
Family Rituals Improve the Holidays pp. 509 - 526 Downloads
Ovul Sezer, Michael I. Norton, Francesca Gino and Kathleen D. Vohs
Simple Pleasures, Small Annoyances, and Goal Progress in Daily Life pp. 527 - 539 Downloads
Nicole L. Mead, Vanessa M. Patrick, Manissa P. Gunadi and Wilhelm Hofmann
The Cause Matters! How Cause Marketing Campaigns Can Increase the Demand for Conventional over Green Products pp. 540 - 554 Downloads
Sarah S. Müller, Nina Mazar and Anne J. Fries
Commentary pp. 554 - 556 Downloads
Wendy Kritt
Constrained Physical Space Constrains Hedonism pp. 557 - 568 Downloads
Alison Jing Xu and Dolores Albarracín
Cheers to Haptic Sensations and Alcohol Consumption: How Glassware Weight Impacts Perceived Intoxication and Positive Emotions pp. 569 - 578 Downloads
Courtney Szocs, Dipayan Biswas and Adilson Borges
The Halo Effect of Product Color Lightness on Hedonic Food Consumption pp. 579 - 591 Downloads
Adriana V. Madzharov, Suresh Ramanathan and Lauren G. Block
Who’s Laughing Now? The Effect of Simulated Laughter on Consumer Enjoyment of Television Comedies and the Laugh-Track Paradox pp. 592 - 606 Downloads
Brian Gillespie, Mark Mulder and Manja Leib

Volume 1, issue 3, 2016

Introduction to Special Issue on Consumer Response to Regulation pp. 337 - 340 Downloads
David W. Stewart and Debra L. Scammon
Assumptions about Consumers, Producers, and Regulators: What They Tell Us about Ourselves pp. 341 - 354 Downloads
Debra Jones Ringold
Will I Pay for Your Pleasure? Consumers’ Perceptions of Negative Externalities and Responses to Pigovian Taxes pp. 355 - 377 Downloads
M. Paula Fitzgerald, Cait Poynor Lamberton and Frank Walsh
Social Media, Digital Self, and Privacy: A Socio-Analytical Perspective of the Consumer as the Digital Avatar pp. 378 - 391 Downloads
Alladi Venkatesh
An Investigation of Consumer and Doctor Regulatory Beliefs and Regulatory Knowledge about Pharmaceutical Drug Promotions pp. 392 - 410 Downloads
Jesse R. Catlin and Cornelia (Connie) Pechmann
Whether One Looks for Means to Overcome Regulatory Restrictions or Show Source Negativity Depends on the Type of Regulatory Restrictions pp. 411 - 421 Downloads
Gülen Sarial-Abi and Zeynep Gürhan-Canli
Nutritional Impact of Child-Directed TV Food Advertising Regulation: Are We Rearranging the Deck Chairs on the Titanic? pp. 422 - 444 Downloads
Andres Silva, Lindsey M. Higgins and Micaela M. Kulesz
The Obesity Crisis as Market Failure: An Analysis of Systemic Causes and Corrective Mechanisms pp. 445 - 470 Downloads
Aneel Karnani, Brent McFerran and Anirban Mukhopadhyay
Conducting Research That Stimulates Win-Win Policies pp. 471 - 472 Downloads
Koert van Ittersum and Brian Wansink
Discussion: Dietary Nudges for Obesity Prevention: They Work, but Additional Policies Are Also Needed pp. 473 - 475 Downloads
Marion Nestle

Volume 1, issue 2, 2016

Consumer Ownership and Sharing: Introduction to the Issue pp. 193 - 197 Downloads
Linda L. Price and Russell W. Belk
The Consumer Science of Sharing: A Discussant's Observations pp. 198 - 209 Downloads
Floyd Rudmin
The Relationship between Access Practices and Economic Systems pp. 210 - 225 Downloads
Giana M. Eckhardt and Fleura Bardhi
Fair Is Good, but What Is Fair? Negotiations of Distributive Justice in an Emerging Nonmonetary Sharing Model pp. 226 - 245 Downloads
Johanna F. Gollnhofer, Katharina Hellwig and Felicitas Morhart
Possession Work on Hosted Digital Consumption Objects as Consumer Ensnarement pp. 246 - 261 Downloads
Mike Molesworth, Rebecca Watkins and Janice Denegri-Knott
Peer-to-Peer Sharing of Private Goods: Sellers’ Response and Consumers’ Benefits pp. 262 - 276 Downloads
Jiong Sun, Hendrarto Supangkat and Siva Balasubramanian
From Sharing to Exchange: An Extended Framework of Dual Modes of Collaborative Nonownership Consumption pp. 277 - 294 Downloads
Mohammad Reza Habibi, Andrea Kim and Michel Laroche
Dehumanization and Restriction inside a Maximum Security Prison: Novel Insights about Consumer Acquisition and Ownership pp. 295 - 313 Downloads
Ronald Paul Hill, Daniel Cunningham and Gramercy Gentlemen
The Bounce in Our Steps from Shared Material Resources in Cultural Trauma and Recovery pp. 314 - 335 Downloads
Stacey Menzel Baker and Courtney Nations Baker

Volume 1, issue 1, 2016

Seduced by the Label: How the Recommended Serving Size on Nutrition Labels Affects Food Sales pp. 104 - 114 Downloads
Ossama Elshiewy, Steffen Jahn and Yasemin Boztug
Making Small Food Units Seem Regular: How Larger Table Size Reduces Calories to Be Consumed pp. 115 - 124 Downloads
Brennan Davis, Collin R. Payne and My Bui
When the Cupboards Are Bare: Nudging Food Pantry Clients to Healthier Foods pp. 125 - 133 Downloads
Norbert Wilson
Whether Smaller Plates Reduce Consumption Depends on Who's Serving and Who's Looking: A Meta-Analysis pp. 134 - 146 Downloads
Stephen S. Holden, Natalina Zlatevska and Chris Dubelaar
Of Waste and Waists: The Effect of Plate Material on Food Consumption and Waste pp. 147 - 160 Downloads
Sara Williamson, Lauren G. Block and Punam A. Keller
Let Hunger Be Your Guide? Being Hungry before a Meal Is Associated with Healthier Levels of Postmeal Blood Glucose pp. 15 - 24 Downloads
David Gal
Forks over Spoons: The Impact of Cutlery on Calorie Estimates pp. 161 - 174 Downloads
Courtney Szocs and Dipayan Biswas
Messages from the Food Police: How Food-Related Warnings Backfire among Dieters pp. 175 - 190 Downloads
Nguyen Pham, Naomi Mandel and Andrea C. Morales
Commentary: Diet, Despotism, and the Dialectic of Denial pp. 190 - 191 Downloads
David L. Katz
JACR: A New Kind of Journal pp. 2 - 4 Downloads
Joel Huber
Commentary: Does Hunger Manipulate Glucose Levels, or Do Glucose Levels Make You Eat? pp. 24 - 25 Downloads
Eva Corpeleijn
Eating Healthy or Feeling Empty? How the "Healthy = Less Filling" Intuition Influences Satiety pp. 26 - 40 Downloads
Jacob Suher, Raj Raghunathan and Wayne D. Hoyer
Household Food Waste Behavior: Avenues for Future Research pp. 41 - 51 Downloads
Gustavo Porpino
The Behavioral Science of Eating: Encouraging Boundary Research That Has Impact pp. 5 - 14 Downloads
Koert van Ittersum and Brian Wansink
Commentary: Waste Not, Want Not: Can Consumer Behavior Research Help Reduce Food Waste?* pp. 51 - 52 Downloads
Joanne Guthrie
Commentary: Why Do We Waste So Much Food? A Research Agenda pp. 53 - 56 Downloads
Jenny van Doorn
Healthy Reflections: The Influence of Mirror-Induced Self-Awareness on Taste Perceptions pp. 57 - 70 Downloads
Ata Jami
Can Smaller Meals Make You Happy? Behavioral, Neurophysiological, and Psychological Insights into Motivating Smaller Portion Choice pp. 71 - 91 Downloads
Martin Reimann, Deborah MacInnis and Antoine Bechara
Using Healthy Defaults in Walt Disney World Restaurants to Improve Nutritional Choices pp. 92 - 103 Downloads
John Peters, Jimikaye Beck, Jan Lande, Zhaoxing Pan, Michelle Cardel, Keith Ayoob and James O. Hill
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