David J. Hardisty
David J. Hardisty
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A dirty word or a dirty world? Attribute framing, political affiliation, and query theory
DJ Hardisty, EJ Johnson, EU Weber
Psychological Science 21 (1), 86-92, 2010
4102010
Discounting future green: money versus the environment.
DJ Hardisty, EU Weber
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 138 (3), 329, 2009
4102009
How to SHIFT consumer behaviors to be more sustainable: A literature review and guiding framework
K White, R Habib, DJ Hardisty
Journal of Marketing 83 (3), 22-49, 2019
3902019
How to measure discount rates? An experimental comparison of three methods
DJ Hardisty, K Fox-Glassman, D Krantz, EU Weber
An Experimental Comparison of Three Methods (November 1, 2011), 2011
1582011
How to measure discount rates? An experimental comparison of three methods
DJ Hardisty, K Fox-Glassman, D Krantz, EU Weber
An Experimental Comparison of Three Methods (November 1, 2011), 2011
1582011
The psychology of climate change communication: A guide for scientists, journalists, educators, political aides, and the interested public
D Shome, SM Marx
1562009
Good or Bad, We Want it Now: Fixed‐cost Present Bias for Gains and Losses Explains Magnitude Asymmetries in Intertemporal Choice
DJ Hardisty, KC Appelt, EU Weber
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 26 (4), 348-361, 2013
1302013
The elusive green consumer
K White, DJ Hardisty, R Habib
Harvard Business Review 11, 124-133, 2019
1152019
Asymmetric discounting of gains and losses: A query theory account
KC Appelt, DJ Hardisty, EU Weber
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 43 (2), 107-126, 2011
662011
The value of nothing: Asymmetric attention to opportunity costs drives intertemporal decision making
D Read, CY Olivola, DJ Hardisty
Management Science 63 (12), 4277-4297, 2017
572017
Diffusion of treatment research: does open access matter?
DJ Hardisty, DAF Haaga
Journal of Clinical Psychology 64 (7), 821-839, 2008
392008
Intertemporal uncertainty avoidance: When the future is uncertain, people prefer the present, and when the present is uncertain, people prefer the future
DJ Hardisty, J Pfeffer
Management Science 63 (2), 519-527, 2017
362017
Framing effects in surveys: How respondents make sense of the questions we ask
WB de Bruin, M Baldassi, B Figner, B Fischhoff, L Fleishman, D Hardisty, ...
Perspectives on Framing, edited by Gideon Keren, 303-325, 2011
362011
To cooperate or not to cooperate: Using new methodologies and frameworks to understand how affiliation influences cooperation in the present and future
P Arora, ND Peterson, DH Krantz, DJ Hardisty, KS Reddy
Journal of Economic Psychology 33 (4), 842-853, 2012
332012
A typology of time‐scale mismatches and behavioral interventions to diagnose and solve conservation problems
RS Wilson, DJ Hardisty, RS Epanchin‐Niell, MC Runge, KL Cottingham, ...
Conservation Biology 30 (1), 42-49, 2016
292016
A carbon price by another name may seem sweeter: Consumers prefer upstream offsets to downstream taxes
DJ Hardisty, AT Beall, R Lubowski, A Petsonk, R Romero-Canyas
Journal of Environmental Psychology 66, 101342, 2019
192019
About time: An integrative approach to effective environmental policy
DJ Hardisty, B Orlove, DH Krantz, AA Small, KF Milch, DE Osgood
Global Environmental Change 22 (3), 684-694, 2012
192012
Impatience and savoring vs. dread: Asymmetries in anticipation explain consumer time preferences for positive vs. negative events
DJ Hardisty, EU Weber
Journal of Consumer Psychology 30 (4), 598-613, 2020
152020
The sign effect in past and future discounting
S Molouki, DJ Hardisty, EM Caruso
Psychological science 30 (12), 1674-1695, 2019
152019
Encouraging energy efficiency: Product labels activate temporal tradeoffs
DJ Hardisty, Y Shim, D Sun, DW Griffin
Available at SSRN 3576266, 2020
112020
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