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Pleasure principles: A review of research on hedonic consumption
JW Alba, EF Williams
Journal of consumer psychology 23 (1), 2-18, 2013
9702013
Do people really believe they are above average?
EF Williams, T Gilovich
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (4), 1121-1128, 2008
1712008
Ethically deployed defaults: Transparency and consumer protection through disclosure and preference articulation
M Steffel, EF Williams, R Pogacar
Journal of Marketing Research 53 (5), 865-880, 2016
1682016
Passing the buck: Delegating choices to others to avoid responsibility and blame
M Steffel, EF Williams, J Perrmann-Graham
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 135, 32-44, 2016
1042016
Why certain gifts are great to give but not to get: A framework for understanding errors in gift giving
J Galak, J Givi, EF Williams
Current Directions in Psychological Science 25 (6), 380-385, 2016
932016
Delegating decisions: Recruiting others to make choices we might regret
M Steffel, EF Williams
Journal of Consumer Research 44 (5), 1015-1032, 2018
912018
The hobgoblin of consistency: algorithmic judgment strategies underlie inflated self-assessments of performance.
EF Williams, D Dunning, J Kruger
Journal of personality and social psychology 104 (6), 976, 2013
502013
Conceptions of the self and others across time
EF Williams, T Gilovich
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 34 (8), 1037-1046, 2008
452008
Being all that you can be: The weighting of potential in assessments of self and others
EF Williams, T Gilovich, D Dunning
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 38 (2), 143-154, 2012
432012
The Valjean effect: Visceral states and cheating.
EF Williams, D Pizarro, D Ariely, JD Weinberg
Emotion 16 (6), 897, 2016
402016
Double standards in the use of enhancing products by self and others
EF Williams, M Steffel
Journal of Consumer Research 41 (2), 506-525, 2014
402014
The better-than-my-average effect: The relative impact of peak and average performances in assessments of the self and others
EF Williams, T Gilovich
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (2), 556-561, 2012
302012
Does changing defaults save lives? Effects of presumed consent organ donation policies
M Steffel, EF Williams, D Tannenbaum
Behavioral Science & Policy 5 (1), 69-88, 2019
292019
Forceful phantom firsts: Framing experiences as firsts amplifies their influence on judgment
RA LeBoeuf, EF Williams, LA Brenner
Journal of Marketing Research 51 (4), 420-432, 2014
262014
Consumers value effort over ease when caring for close others
X Garcia-Rada, M Steffel, EF Williams, MI Norton
Journal of Consumer Research 48 (6), 970-990, 2022
182022
Overly specific gift giving: Givers choose personalized but less-versatile and less-preferred gifts
M Steffel, EF Williams, RA LeBoeuf
ACR North American Advances, 2015
142015
Consistency just feels right: Procedural fluency increases confidence in performance.
EF Williams, KE Duke, D Dunning
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 149 (12), 2395, 2020
122020
Sometimes it’s okay to give a blender: giver and recipient preferences for hedonic and utilitarian gifts
E Williams, E Rosenzweig
NA–Advances in Consumer Research 45, 112-16, 2017
92017
Starting my diet tomorrow: Consumers believe they will have more control over the future than they did over the past
EF Williams, RA LeBoeuf
Manuscript submitted for publication, 2014
6*2014
Empowering consumers to engage with health decisions: making medical choices feel easy increases patient participation
M Steffel, EF Williams, S Carney
Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 7 (2), 154-163, 2022
52022
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