Jill Sundie
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Blatant benevolence and conspicuous consumption: When romantic motives elicit strategic costly signals.
V Griskevicius, JM Tybur, JM Sundie, RB Cialdini, GF Miller, DT Kenrick
Journal of personality and social psychology 93 (1), 85, 2007
Peacocks, Porsches, and Thorstein Veblen: Conspicuous consumption as a sexual signaling system.
JM Sundie, DT Kenrick, V Griskevicius, JM Tybur, KD Vohs, DJ Beal
Journal of personality and social psychology 100 (4), 664, 2011
Fear and loving in Las Vegas: Evolution, emotion, and persuasion
V Griskevicius, NJ Goldstein, CR Mortensen, JM Sundie, RB Cialdini, ...
Journal of Marketing Research 46 (3), 384-395, 2009
Reconceptualizing materialism as identity goal pursuits: Functions, processes, and consequences
LJ Shrum, N Wong, F Arif, SK Chugani, A Gunz, TM Lowrey, A Nairn, ...
Journal of Business Research 66 (8), 1179-1185, 2013
Deep rationality: The evolutionary economics of decision making
DT Kenrick, V Griskevicius, JM Sundie, NP Li, YJ Li, SL Neuberg
Social cognition 27 (5), 764-785, 2009
Can one ever be too wealthy or too chaste? Searching for nonlinearities in mate judgment.
DT Kenrick, JM Sundie, LD Nicastle, GO Stone
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 80 (3), 462, 2001
Schadenfreude as a consumption-related emotion: Feeling happiness about the downfall of another's product
JM Sundie, JC Ward, DJ Beal, WW Chin, S Geiger-Oneto
Journal of Consumer Psychology 19 (3), 356-373, 2009
Sex Roles as Adaptations: An Evolutionary Perspective on Gender Differences and Similarities.
DT Kenrick, MR Trost, JM Sundie
Guilford Press, 2004
Introduction to the Special Issue on transformative consumer research: Developing theory to mobilize efforts that improve consumer and societal well-being
B Davis, C Pechmann
Journal of Business Research 66 (8), 1168-1170, 2013
Cooperation and conflict between kith, kin, and strangers: Game theory by domains.
DT Kenrick, JM Sundie, R Kurzban
Taylor & Francis Group/Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2008
Evolutionary social influence.
JM Sundie, RB Cialdini, V Griskevicius, DT Kenrick
Psychosocial Press, 2006
The world's (truly) oldest profession: Social influence in evolutionary perspective
JM Sundie, RB Cialdini, V Griskevicius, DT Kenrick
Social Influence 7 (3), 134-153, 2012
Dynamical evolutionary psychology and mathematical modeling
The evolution of mind: Fundamental questions and controversies, 137-144, 2007
Race as a moderator of the relationship between religiosity and political alignment
AB Cohen, A Malka, ED Hill, F Thoemmes, PC Hill, JM Sundie
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 35 (3), 271-282, 2009
The opinion-changing power of computer-based multimedia presentations.
RE Guadagno, NL Muscanell, JM Sundie, TA Hardison, RB Cialdini
Psychology of Popular Media Culture 2 (2), 110, 2013
Rethinking materialism: A process view and some transformative consumer research implications
N Wong, LJ Shrum, F Arif, S Chugani, A Gunz, TM Lowrey, A Nairn, ...
Journal of Research for Consumers, 1, 2011
Economic reality versus consumer perceptions of monopoly
JM Sundie, BD Gelb, D Bush
Journal of Public Policy & Marketing 27 (2), 178-181, 2008
Perceptions of Counterfeit Product Consumers
S Oneto
ACR North American Advances, 2006
The persuasive power of PowerPointŪ presentations
RE Guadagno, JM Sundie, TA Hardison, RB Cialdini
Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Persuasive Technology …, 2011
Dynamical evolutionary psychology: How social norms emerge from evolved decision rules
D Kenrick, JM Sundie
Bridging social psychology: Benefits of transdisciplinary approaches, 285-291, 2006
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