Cindy Chan
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Identifiable but Not Identical: Combining Social Identity and Uniqueness Motives in Choice
C Chan, J Berger, L Van Boven
Journal of Consumer Research 39 (3), 561-573, 2012
3732012
Experiential Gifts Foster Stronger Social Relationships Than Material Gifts
C Chan, C Mogilner
Journal of Consumer Research 43 (6), 913-931, 2017
143*2017
Moral Violations Reduce Oral Consumption
C Chan, L Van Boven, EB Andrade, D Ariely
Journal of Consumer Psychology 24 (3), 381-386, 2014
442014
People Rely Less on Consumer Reviews for Experiential than Material Purchases
H Dai, C Chan, C Mogilner
Journal of Consumer Research 46 (6), 1052–1075, 2020
37*2020
Thanks for Nothing: Expressing Gratitude Invites Exploitation by Competitors
JA Yip, C Chan, KK Lee, AW Brooks
122018
Gift Giving
MK Ward, C Chan
The Cambridge Handbook of Consumer Psychology, 398-418, 2016
82016
Gratitude, Guilt, and Gift Giving
C Chan, C Mogilner, L Van Boven
ACR North American Advances, 2014
32014
Can Featuring Social Media Photographs of In-Store Retail Events Cause Fomo?
J R Rifkin, C Chan, B Kahn
ACR North American Advances, 2019
22019
Socially Connecting and Socially Distancing Consumer Choices
C Chan
12014
The Role of Social Media-Induced Fomo in Strengthening Brand Communities
J R Rifkin, C Chan, B Kahn
ACR North American Advances, 2020
2020
Giving to Versus on Behalf Of: Charitable Gift Requests Lead to Less Generous Giving
A Samper, C Chan, R Hamilton
ACR North American Advances, 2017
2017
When Preferences Differ Among Friends: How Positive Affect Influences Choosing to Accommodate Others Vs. Choosing to Express Oneself
C Chan, AM Isen
ACR North American Advances, 2010
2010
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