Joseph P. Redden
Joseph P. Redden
Professor of Marketing, University of Minnesota
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Reducing satiation: The role of categorization level
JP Redden
Journal of Consumer Research 34 (5), 624-634, 2008
Physical order produces healthy choices, generosity, and conventionality, whereas disorder produces creativity
KD Vohs, JP Redden, R Rahinel
Psychological Science 24 (9), 1860-1867, 2013
Healthy satiation: The role of decreasing desire in effective self-control
JP Redden, KL Haws
Journal of Consumer Research 39 (5), 1100-1114, 2013
Satiation from sensory simulation: Evaluating foods decreases enjoyment of similar foods
JS Larson, JP Redden, RS Elder
Journal of Consumer Psychology 24 (2), 188-194, 2014
Variety amnesia: Recalling past variety can accelerate recovery from satiation
J Galak, JP Redden, J Kruger
Journal of Consumer Research 36 (4), 575-584, 2009
Limited availability reduces the rate of satiation
J Sevilla, JP Redden
Journal of Marketing Research 51 (2), 205-217, 2014
The presence of variety reduces perceived quantity
JP Redden, SJ Hoch
Journal of Consumer Research 36 (3), 406-417, 2009
The myth of comfort food.
HS Wagner, B Ahlstrom, JP Redden, Z Vickers, T Mann
Health Psychology 33 (12), 1552, 2014
The Subjective Sense of Feeling Satiated.
JP Redden, J Galak
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 2012
Happily ever after: The effect of identity-consistency on product satiation
SK Chugani, JR Irwin, JP Redden
Journal of Consumer Research 42 (4), 564-577, 2015
Impacts of a vegetable cooking skills program among low-income parents and children
F Overcash, A Ritter, T Mann, E Mykerezi, J Redden, A Rendahl, Z Vickers, ...
Journal of nutrition education and behavior 50 (8), 795-802, 2018
The properties and antecedents of hedonic decline
J Galak, JP Redden
Annual review of psychology 69, 1-25, 2018
Brands as product coordinators: matching brands make joint consumption experiences more enjoyable
R Rahinel, JP Redden
Journal of Consumer Research 39 (6), 1290-1299, 2013
Photographs in lunch tray compartments and vegetable consumption among children in elementary school cafeterias
M Reicks, JP Redden, T Mann, E Mykerezi, Z Vickers
Jama 307 (8), 784-785, 2012
Spending on daughters versus sons in economic recessions
KM Durante, V Griskevicius, JP Redden, A Edward White
Journal of Consumer Research 42 (3), 435-457, 2015
Increasing portion sizes of fruits and vegetables in an elementary school lunch program can increase fruit and vegetable consumption
N Miller, M Reicks, JP Redden, T Mann, E Mykerezi, Z Vickers
Appetite 91, 426-430, 2015
Desire over time: The multi-faceted nature of satiation
JP Redden
The psychology of desire, 82-103, 2015
Serving vegetables first: A strategy to increase vegetable consumption in elementary school cafeterias
SL Elsbernd, MM Reicks, TL Mann, JP Redden, E Mykerezi, ZM Vickers
Appetite 96, 111-115, 2016
How perceptions of temporal distance influence satiation
J Galak, JP Redden, Y Yang, EJ Kyung
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 52, 118-123, 2014
Serving first in isolation increases vegetable intake among elementary schoolchildren
JP Redden, T Mann, Z Vickers, E Mykerezi, M Reicks, S Elsbernd
PloS one 10 (4), e0121283, 2015
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