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Brent McFerran
Brent McFerran
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Moral identity and the experience of moral elevation in response to acts of uncommon goodness.
K Aquino, B McFerran, M Laven
Journal of personality and social psychology 100 (4), 703, 2011
5922011
I’ll have what she’s having: Effects of social influence and body type on the food choices of others
B McFerran, DW Dahl, GJ Fitzsimons, AC Morales
Journal of Consumer Research 36 (6), 915-929, 2010
5642010
Overcoming beneficiary race as an impediment to charitable donations: Social dominance orientation, the experience of moral elevation, and donation behavior
D Freeman, K Aquino, B McFerran
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 35 (1), 72-84, 2009
3272009
How personality and moral identity relate to individuals’ ethical ideology
B McFerran, K Aquino, M Duffy
Business Ethics Quarterly 20 (1), 35-56, 2010
2682010
Evidence For Two Facets of Pride in Consumption: Findings From Luxury Brands
B McFerran, K Aquino, J Tracy
Journal of Consumer Psychology, 2014
2522014
The dark side of scarcity promotions: How exposure to limited-quantity promotions can induce aggression
K Kristofferson, B McFerran, AC Morales, DW Dahl
Journal of Consumer Research 43 (5), 683-706, 2017
2082017
Might an overweight waitress make you eat more? How the body type of others is sufficient to alter our food consumption
B McFerran, DW Dahl, GJ Fitzsimons, AC Morales
Journal of Consumer Psychology 20 (2), 146-151, 2010
1652010
(I'm) happy to help (you): The impact of personal pronoun use in customer–firm interactions
G Packard, SG Moore, B McFerran
Journal of Marketing Research 55 (4), 541-555, 2018
158*2018
Turning off the lights: Consumers' environmental efforts depend on visible efforts of firms
W Wang, A Krishna, B McFerran
Journal of Marketing Research 54 (3), 478-494, 2017
1442017
Wealth and welfare: Divergent moral reactions to ethical consumer choices
JG Olson, B McFerran, AC Morales, DW Dahl
Journal of Consumer Research 42 (6), 879-896, 2016
1382016
Lay theories of obesity predict actual body mass
B McFerran, A Mukhopadhyay
Psychological science 24 (8), 1428-1436, 2013
1192013
The entourage effect
B McFerran, JJ Argo
Journal of Consumer Research 40 (5), 871-884, 2014
912014
Motivational determinants of transportation into marketing narratives
B McFerran, DW Dahl, GJ Gorn, H Honea
Journal of Consumer Psychology 20 (3), 306-316, 2010
842010
The (ironic) dove effect: Use of acceptance cues for larger body types increases unhealthy behaviors
L Lin, B McFerran
Journal of Public Policy & Marketing 35 (1), 76-90, 2016
672016
She said, she said: Differential interpersonal similarities predict unique linguistic mimicry in online word of mouth
SG Moore, B McFerran
Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 2 (2), 229-245, 2017
602017
The obesity crisis as market failure: An analysis of systemic causes and corrective mechanisms
A Karnani, B McFerran, A Mukhopadhyay
Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 1 (3), 445-470, 2016
51*2016
Rejecting responsibility: Low physical involvement in obtaining food promotes unhealthy eating
L Hagen, A Krishna, B McFerran
Journal of Marketing Research 54 (4), 589-604, 2017
492017
Leanwashing: A hidden factor in the obesity crisis
A Karnani, B McFerran, A Mukhopadhyay
California Management Review 56 (4), 5-30, 2014
452014
Mindful matching: Ordinal versus nominal attributes
PJ Liu, B McFerran, KL Haws
Journal of Marketing Research 57 (1), 134-155, 2020
412020
Pride of ownership: an identity-based model
A Ahuvia, N Garg, R Batra, B McFerran, PB Lambert de Diesbach
Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 3 (2), 216-228, 2018
352018
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