Joe Gladstone
Joe Gladstone
CU Boulder, Leeds School of Business
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Money buys happiness when spending fits our personality
SC Matz, JJ Gladstone, D Stillwell
Psychological science 27 (5), 715-725, 2016
Psychological characteristics and household savings behavior: The importance of accounting for latent heterogeneity
P Gerhard, JJ Gladstone, AOI Hoffmann
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 148, 66-82, 2018
How Your Bank Balance Buys Happiness: The Importance of “Cash on Hand” to Life Satisfaction
PM Ruberton, J Gladstone, S Lyubomirsky
Emotion, 2016
Can psychological traits be inferred from spending? Evidence from transaction data
JJ Gladstone, SC Matz, A Lemaire
Psychological science 30 (7), 1087-1096, 2019
In a world of big data, small effects can still matter: A reply to Boyce, Daly, Hounkpatin, and Wood (2017)
SC Matz, JJ Gladstone, D Stillwell
Psychological science 28 (4), 547-550, 2017
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
Nice guys finish last: When and why agreeableness is associated with economic hardship.
SC Matz, JJ Gladstone
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 118 (3), 545, 2020
Personality, income, and compensatory consumption: Low-income extraverts spend more on status
B Landis, JJ Gladstone
Psychological science 28 (10), 1518-1520, 2017
The consumption consequences of couples pooling finances
EN Garbinsky, JJ Gladstone
Journal of Consumer Psychology 29 (3), 353-369, 2019
Spending reflects not only who we are but also who we are around: The joint effects of individual and geographic personality on consumption.
T Ebert, FM Götz, JJ Gladstone, SR Müller, SC Matz
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 121 (2), 378, 2021
Beliefs about whether spending implies wealth
HB Kappes, JJ Gladstone, HE Hershfield
Journal of Consumer Research 48 (1), 1-21, 2021
Financial shame spirals: How shame intensifies financial hardship
JJ Gladstone, JM Jachimowicz, AE Greenberg, AD Galinsky
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 167, 42-56, 2021
Who are the scrooges? Personality predictors of holiday spending
SJ Weston, JJ Gladstone, EK Graham, DK Mroczek, DM Condon
Social Psychological and Personality Science 10 (6), 775-782, 2019
Inferring psychological traits from spending categories and dynamic consumption patterns
N Tovanich, S Centellegher, NB Seghouani, J Gladstone, S Matz, B Lepri
EPJ Data Science 10 (1), 24, 2021
Making medications stick: improving medication adherence by highlighting the personal health costs of non-compliance
JM Jachimowicz, JJ Gladstone, DAN Berry, CL Kirkdale, T Thornley, ...
Behavioural Public Policy 5 (3), 396-416, 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
Leveraging psychological fit to encourage saving behavior.
SC Matz, JJ Gladstone, RA Farrokhnia
American Psychologist, 2023
Contextual inequality in the performance costs of financial precarity
J Meuris, J Gladstone
Journal of Management 50 (3), 979-1001, 2024
Understanding the functional form of the relationship between childhood cognitive ability and adult financial well-being
J Gladstone, JAM Barrett
Plos one 18 (6), e0285199, 2023
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