Rumination and Financial Decision Making among the PoorOct 13, 2016 Gita Venkataramani Johar, Rachel Meng, and Keith Wilcox, 2016, 16-129
Why do economically disadvantaged consumers make myopic financial decisions such as overborrowing and taking on harmful loans? This study points to "financial rumination" and tests two strategies for reducing ruminative thinking to improve financial decision making.
The Impact of Emotions on the Persuasiveness of Detection versus Prevention Health AppealsOct 7, 2016 Meng-Hua Hsieh, Chethana Achar, and Nidhi Agrawal, 2016, 16-128
Actionable insights for managers on how to boost the persuasive power of "detection" health messages.
5 Things I Know about Marketing - Wharton’s Jonah BergerSep 20, 2016
"Forget 'friends' and 'followers'," says Wharton's Jonah Berger. "To get people to share our message, we have to understand the psychology of sharing."
Mobile Diaries in Marketing ResearchAug 29, 2016
Diaries can capture what metered measures miss.
Arousal Sustainability in Shared Experiential ConsumptionAug 25, 2016 Eunsoo Kim, Anocha Aribarg, and Natasha Zhang Foutz, 2016, 16-126
By promoting shared consumption experiences, firms can cultivate a synergistic strategy of customer acquisition and retention.
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