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Below, you’ll find slides and materials on various topics taken from JCP published research. We hope that it provides for engaging discussion and creative outcomes.
Working Hard for Money Decreases Risk Tolerance
Slides covering motivation, research question, methodology, key results, and takeaways.
Getting political: The value-protective effects of expressed outgroup outrage on self-brand connection
Slides covering overview, research questions, methodology, key findings, and takeaways.
Rose Tinted Glasses: Inducing and resolving curiosity Makes consumers less skeptical
Slides covering motivation, models, studies, and key takeaways.
Automated gender bias: How Algorithms contribute in the marketplace
Slides covering examples, research questions, methodology, results, and potential ethical implications.
Consumer impatience: How feedback affects consumer decisions
Slides covering background, research question, theoretical framework, and a deeper look at the studies.
Sting of Disposal: Product purgatories may help with disposal
Slides covering an overview of the research, a description of product purgatories, and experiments designed to evaluate the research objectives
Social Movements: How Do Successful Social Movements Come about
Slides covering how social movements grow, a framework for success, case study of Black Lives Matter, and questions for reflection.
Scale Use & Abuse: Best Practices in the Deployment of Scales
Slides covering scale usage in publications, how to prevent faulty measurement, validation, and deployment.
Anthropomorphism: When and Why Food Anthropomorphism Negatively Affects Consumption
Slides covering background, effects, methods, studies, key results, and takeaways from consumer response to anthropomorphism in food.
Secret Behaviors: Secret Consumer Behaviors in Close Relationships
Slides covering what behaviors people keep secret, who they keep it from, and how that affects relationships, as well as takeaways for consumers and marketers.
Gender Influences: Role in Product Preferences and Restoring Social Equalities
Slides covering behaviors of consumers as it relates to gender equality, study overviews, and implications of the findings.