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Tytuł :
Squeezed: Coping with Constraint through Efficiency and Prioritization
Autorzy :
Philip M. Fernbach
Christina Kan
John G. Lynch Jr.
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Źródło :
Journal of Consumer Research. 41(5):1204-1227
Relacje :
Philip M. Fernbach ( ) is an assistant professor of marketing, Christina Kan ( ) is a doctoral candidate, John G. Lynch Jr. ( john.g.lynch@colorado.edu ) is the Ted Anderson Professor of Free Enterprise and Director of the Center for Research on Consumers’ Financial Decision Making, all at the Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado, Boulder. The authors thank the members of the Consumer Financial Decision Making Lab group at the University of Colorado, as well as seminar participants at the University of Technology–Sydney, Carnegie Mellon University, University of Toronto, University of California, San Diego, Columbia University, University of Washington, Ohio State University, and the Boulder Summer Conference on Consumer Financial Decision-Making. They thank Jake Westfall for analytical assistance, Dylan Gardner, Rachel Ford, Julie Schiro, Lauren Min, Erin Percival Carter, and Allison Scott for research assistance, and Greg Allenby, Mark Cole, Stephen Spiller, and Gal Zauberman for helpful feedback. The research was supported by the Center for Research on Consumer Financial Decision Making at the University of Colorado, Boulder, through grants from the Russell Sage and Alfred Sloan Foundations. Correspondence should be addressed to Philip M. Fernbach, University of Colorado Leeds School of Business, 419 UCB, Boulder, CO 80309-0419. Gita Johar and Ann McGill served as editors and Gita Johar served as associate editor for this article.
Dostęp URL :
https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1086/679118
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Tytuł :
Pardon the Interruption: Goal Proximity, Perceived Spare Time, and Impatience
Autorzy :
Ji Hoon Jhang
John G. Lynch Jr.
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Źródło :
Journal of Consumer Research. 41(5):1267-1283
Relacje :
Ji Hoon Jhang ( ) is an assistant professor of marketing at the Spears School of Business, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK 74078. John G. Lynch Jr. ( john.g.lynch@colorado.edu ) is Ted Anderson Professor and the Director of the Center for Research on Consumer Financial Decision Making at the Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO 80309. Correspondence: Ji Hoon Jhang. This article is partly based on an essay in the first author’s dissertation at the University of Colorado chaired by the second author. The authors thank the review team and dissertation committee members Meg Campbell, Yacheng Sun, Lawrence Williams, and Gal Zauberman. They thank Andrew Bainbridge, Sam Battan, Adam Campbell-Kruger, Dylan Gardner, Natalie Geer, Nicolle Lewis, Allison Scott, Julie Schiro, Luisa Schrichte, Emily Tanner, Jesse Walker, and Nassim Zanganeh for their assistance with data collection and coding. They thank Bart de Langhe, Daniel Fernandes, Phil Fernbach, Christina Kan, Donald Lichtenstein, Stephen Spiller, An Tran, Adrian Ward, Carol Wong, and seminar participants at University of Arizona, Washington University of St. Louis, University of Toronto, Columbia University, UC San Diego, University of Miami, Tulane University, Oklahoma State University, University of Technology-Sydney, and the La Londe Conference on Consumer Behavior for many helpful comments. They thank the Center for Research on Consumer Financial Decision Making for financial support. Supplemental materials are included as an attachment . The data files are available at datadryad.org. Gita Johar and Ann McGill served as editors and Aimee Drolet Rossi served as associate editor for this article.
Dostęp URL :
https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1086/679308
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Tytuł :
Evaluation of the F2R IVS-14A/T PAR1 polymorphism with subsequent cardiovascular events and bleeding in patients who have undergone percutaneous coronary intervention
Autorzy :
Friedman, Eitan A.
Texeira, Luisa
Delaney, Jessica
Weeke, Peter E.
Lynch, Jr., Donald R.
Kasasbeh, Ehab
Song, Yanna
Harrell, Jr., Frank E.
Denny, Josh C.
Hamm, Heidi E.
Roden, Dan M.
Cleator, John H.
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Źródło :
Journal of Thrombosis and Thrombolysis: A Journal for Translation, Application and Therapeutics in Thrombosis and Vascular Science. May 2016 41(4):656-662
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Tytuł :
How Am I Doing? Perceived Financial Well-Being, Its Potential Antecedents, and Its Relation to Overall Well-Being.
Autorzy :
NETEMEYER, RICHARD G.
WARMATH, DEE
FERNANDES, DANIEL
LYNCH JR., JOHN G.
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Temat :
WELL-being
CONSUMER research
PERCEIVED benefit
NARRATIVES
FINANCIAL stress
FINANCIAL management
SECURITY (Psychology)
HEALTH
ECONOMICS
Źródło :
Journal of Consumer Research; Jun2018, Vol. 45 Issue 1, p68-89, 22p, 2 Diagrams, 4 Charts, 2 Graphs
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Tytuł :
A Generalizable Scale of Propensity to Plan: The Long and the Short of Planning for Time and for Money
Autorzy :
John G. Lynch Jr., Richard G. Netemeyer, Stephen A. Spiller, Alessandra Zammit
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Źródło :
Journal of Consumer Research. 37(1):108-128
Relacje :
John G. Lynch Jr. (john.g.lynch@colorado.edu) was the Roy J. Bostock Professor of Marketing at the Fuqua School of Business, Duke University when this research was completed. As of July 1, 2009, he is the Ted Anderson Professor of Free Enterprise at the Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado at Boulder. Richard G. Netemeyer () is the Ralph A. Beeton Professor of Free Enterprise at the McIntire School of Commerce, University of Virginia. Stephen A. Spiller () is a doctoral candidate in marketing at the Fuqua School of Business, Duke University. Alessandra Zammit () is assistant professor, University of Bologna. They thank colleagues from a 2006 Duke University PhD seminar on consumer research methods for stimulating some of their initial ideas in this project. They thank Bill Bearden, Gal Zauberman, and seminar participants at University of Colorado, University of Central Florida, and University of Hawaii for comments.
Dostęp URL :
https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1086/649907
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