Emily Garbinsky
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Some key differences between a happy life and a meaningful life
RF Baumeister, KD Vohs, JL Aaker, EN Garbinsky
Positive Psychology in Search for Meaning, 49-60, 2016
Cultivating admiration in brands: Warmth, competence, and landing in the “golden quadrant”
JL Aaker, EN Garbinsky, KD Vohs
Journal of consumer psychology 22 (2), 191-194, 2012
Money in the bank: Feeling powerful increases saving
EN Garbinsky, AK Klesse, J Aaker
Journal of Consumer Research 41 (3), 610-623, 2014
Interference of the end: Why recency bias in memory determines when a food is consumed again
EN Garbinsky, CK Morewedge, B Shiv
Psychological Science 25 (7), 1466-1474, 2014
Love, lies, and money: Financial infidelity in romantic relationships
EN Garbinsky, JJ Gladstone, H Nikolova, JG Olson
Journal of Consumer Research 47 (1), 1-24, 2020
The consumption consequences of couples pooling finances
EN Garbinsky, JJ Gladstone
Journal of Consumer Psychology 29 (3), 353-369, 2019
Does liking or wanting determine repeat consumption delay?
EN Garbinsky, CK Morewedge, B Shiv
Appetite 72, 59-65, 2014
Popping the positive illusion of financial responsibility can increase personal savings: Applications in emerging and western markets
EN Garbinsky, NL Mead, D Gregg
Journal of Marketing 85 (3), 97-112, 2021
How (and when) the presence of food decreases enjoyment of customer experiences
EN Garbinsky, AK Klesse
Journal of Marketing Research 58 (4), 705-720, 2021
Pooling finances and relationship satisfaction.
JJ Gladstone, EN Garbinsky, C Mogilner
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 123 (6), 1293, 2022
When does psychological fit matter? The moderating role of price on self-brand congruity
JJ Gladstone, EN Garbinsky, SC Matz
Social Psychological and Personality Science 13 (2), 595-607, 2022
The Power to know what you have: Feeling powerful increases money monitoring
EN Garbinsky, AK Klesse, S Huang
ACR North American Advances, 2016
The consumption consequences of couples pooling financial resources
E Garbinsky, J Gladstone
ACR North American Advances, 2017
Make Them Smile: the Temporal Effect of Emotions on Giving
E Garbinsky, J Aaker
ACR North American Advances, 2012
Financial Mindfulness
E Garbinsky, SJ Blanchard, L Kim
Georgetown McDonough School of Business Research Paper Forthcoming, 2023
Pooling finances and relationship satisfaction
E Garbinsky, J Gladstone, CM Holmes
Advances in Consumer Research 47, 569-570, 2019
Put the Cookies in the Jar: the Presence of Food Decreases Enjoyment of Concurrent Consumption Experiences
E Garbinsky, AK Klesse
ACR North American Advances, 2019
When Perceiving Oneself As a Spender Increases Saving
E Garbinsky, N Mead
ACR North American Advances, 2018
Money and Power: How Feelings of Power Drive Financial Decisions
EN Garbinsky
Stanford University, 2015
Interference of the End: Why Recency Bias in Memory Determines When a Food Is Consumed Again
C Morewedge, E Garbinsky, B Shiv
ACR North American Advances, 2014
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