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The marketplace, mental well-being, and me: Exploring self-efficacy, self-esteem, and self-compassion in consumer coping

Jane E. Machin
Natalie Ross Adkins
Elizabeth Crosby
Justine Rapp Farrell
Ann M. Mirabito

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The Case for Moral Consumption: Examining and Expanding the Domain of Moral Behavior to Promote Individual and Collective Well-Being

Yuliya Komarova Loureiro
Sara Baskentli
Stefanie M. Tignor
Julia Bayuk
Gergana Y. Nenkov
Dave Webb

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The Stigma Turbine: A Theoretical Framework for Conceptualizing and Contextualizing Marketplace Stigma

Ann M. Mirabito
Cele C. Otnes
Elizabeth Crosby
David B. Wooten
Jane E. Machin
Chris Pullig
Natalie Ross Adkins
Susan Dunnett
Kathy Hamilton
Kevin D. Thomas
Marie A. Yeh
Cassandra Davis
Johanna F. Gollnhofer
Aditi Grover
Jess Matias
Natalie A. Mitchell
Edna G. Ndichu
Nada Sayarh
Sunaina Velagaleti

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Sustainable Consumption: Opportunities for Consumer Research and Public Policy

Andrea Prothero
Susan Dobscha
Jim Freund
William E. Kilbourne
Michael G. Luchs
Lucie K. Ozanne
John Thgersen

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Any Size for a Dollar: The Effect of Any‐Size‐Same‐Price Versus Standard Pricing on Beverage Size Choices

Kelly L. Haws
Peggy J. Liu
Steven K. Dallas
John Cawley
Christina A. Roberto

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The Squander Sequence: Understanding Food Waste at Each Stage of the Consumer Decision-Making Process

Lauren G. Block
Elizabeth S. Moore
Rebecca Walker Reczek
Beth Vallen
Emily M. Moscato
Cait Lamberton
Sara Williamson
Monica C. LaBarge
Kelly L. Haws
Amir Grinstein
Mia M. Birau
Andrea Heintz Tangari
Punam A. Keller

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Mindfulness: Its Transformative Potential for Consumer, Societal, and Environmental Well-Being

Shalini Bahl
George R. Milne
Spencer M. Ross
David Glen Mick
Sonya A. Grier
Sunaina K. Chugani
Steven S. Chan
Stephen Gould
Yoon-Na Cho
Joshua D. Dorsey
Robert M. Schindler
Mitchel R. Murdock
Sabine Boesen-Mariani

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Toward a processual theory of transformation

Jeff B. Murray
Zafeirenia Brokalaki
Anoop Bhogal-Nair
Ashley Cermin
Jessica Chelekis
Hayley Cocker
Toni Eagar
Brandon McAlexander
Natalie Mitchell
Rachel Patrick
Thomas Robinson
Joachim Scholz
Anastasia Thyroff
Mariella Zavala
Miguel A. Zuniga

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Compared to dematerialized money, cash increases impatience in intertemporal choice 

Rod Duclos
Mansur Khamitov.

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Branding beyond prejudice: Navigating multicultural marketplaces for consumer well-being

Eva Kipnis
Amanda J. Broderick
Catherine Demangeot
Natalie Ross Adkins
Nakeisha S. Ferguson
Geraldine Rosa Henderson
Guillaume Johnson
James M. Mandiberg
Rene Dentiste Mueller
Chris Pullig
Abhijit Roy
Miguel Angel Zúñiga

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Tailored Educational Approaches for Consumer Health: A Model to Address Health Promotion in an Era of Personalized Medicine

Wendy F. Cohn
Jason Lyman
Donna K. Broshek
Thomas M. Guterbock
David Hartman
Mable Kinzie
David Mick
Aaron Pannone
Vanessa Sturz
Jane Schubart
Arthur T. Garson

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Moralities in food and health research

Søren Askegaard
Nailya Ordabayeva
Pierre Chandon
Tracy Cheung
Zuzana Chytkova
Yann Cornil
Canan Corus
Julie A. Edell
Daniele Mathras
Astrid Franziska Junghans
Dorthe Brogaard Kristensen
Ilona Mikkonen
Elizabeth G. Miller
Nada Sayarh
Carolina Werle

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The low literate consumer

Natalie Ross Adkins
Julie L Ozanne

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Rejected, shackled, and alone: The impact of systemic restricted choice on minority consumers' construction of self

Sterling A. Bone
Glenn L Christensen
Jerome D Williams

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Wisdom: Exploring the pinnacle of human virtues as a central link from micromarketing to macromarketing

David Glen Mick
Thomas S. Bateman
Richard J. Lutz

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