Consumer Behavior  

  • Durante, Kristina M., and Juliano Laran (2016), “The Effect of Stress on Consumer Saving and Spending”, Journal of Marketing Research, forthcoming.
  • Durante, Kristina M., and Vladas Griskevicius (2016), “Evolution and Consumer Behavior”,Current Opinion in Psychology, 10, 27-32.
  • Joireman, Jeffrey, and Kristina M. Durante (2016), “Editorial Overview: Consumer Behavior, Current Opinion in Psychology, 10, 1-3.
  • Griskevicius, Vladas and Kristina M. Durante (2015) “Evolution and Consumer Behavior”, In M. Norton, D. Rucker, and C. Lamberton (Eds.)  The Cambridge Handbook of Consumer Psychology. New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Durante, Kristina M., Vladas Griskevicius, Joseph P. Redden, and Andrew E. White (2015), “Spending on Daughters in Economic Recessions”,  Journal of Consumer Research,42 (3), 435-457.
  • Durante, Kristina M. and Ashley Rae Arsena (2015), “Playing the Field: The Effect of Fertility on Women’s Desire for Variety”,  Journal of Consumer Research, 41 (2), 1372-1391
  • Durante, Kristina M., Vladas Griskevicius, Stephanie M. Cantu, and Jeffry A. Simpson(2014), “Money, Status, and the Ovulatory Cycle”, Journal of Marketing Research, 51 (1),27-39.
  • Hill, Sarah E., Christopher D. Rodeheffer, Vladas Griskevicius, Kristina M. Durante, and Andrew E. White (2012), “Boosting Beauty in an Economic Decline: Mating, Spending, and the Lipstick Effect,” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 103 (2), 275-291.
  • Durante, Kristina M., Vladas Griskevicius, Sarah E. Hill, Carin Perilloux, and Norman P. Li (2011), “Ovulation, Female Competition, and Product Choice: Hormonal Influences on Consumer Behavior,” Journal of Consumer Research, 37 (6), 921-934.
  • Hill, Sarah E. and Kristina M. Durante (2011), “Courtship, Competition, and the Pursuit of Attractiveness: Mating Goals Facilitate Health-Related Risk-Taking and Strategic Risk Suppression in Women,” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 37 (3), 383-394.
  • Hill, Sarah E. and Kristina M. Durante (2011), “Courtship, Competition, and the Pursuit of Attractiveness: Mating Goals Facilitate Health-Related Risk-Taking and Strategic Risk Suppression in Women,” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 37 (3), 383-394.

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