Elanor Williams
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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
Do people really believe they are above average?
EF Williams, T Gilovich
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (4), 1121-1128, 2008
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
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
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
Delegating decisions: Recruiting others to make choices we might regret
M Steffel, EF Williams
Journal of Consumer Research 44 (5), 1015-1032, 2018
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
Conceptions of the self and others across time
EF Williams, T Gilovich
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 34 (8), 1037-1046, 2008
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
The Valjean effect: Visceral states and cheating.
EF Williams, D Pizarro, D Ariely, JD Weinberg
Emotion 16 (6), 897, 2016
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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