Mario Pandelaere
Mario Pandelaere
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei vt.edu
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The impact of need for closure on conservative beliefs and racism: Differential mediation by authoritarian submission and authoritarian dominance
A Van Hiel, M Pandelaere, B Duriez
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 30 (7), 824-837, 2004
4262004
Positive cueing: Promoting sustainable consumer behavior by cueing common environmental behaviors as environmental
G Cornelissen, M Pandelaere, L Warlop, S Dewitte
International Journal of Research in Marketing 25 (1), 46-55, 2008
3362008
The silver lining of materialism: The impact of luxury consumption on subjective well-being
L Hudders, M Pandelaere
Journal of Happiness Studies 13 (3), 411-437, 2012
2992012
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
2452013
Hungry for money: The desire for caloric resources increases the desire for financial resources and vice versa
B Briers, M Pandelaere, S Dewitte, L Warlop
Psychological science 17 (11), 939-943, 2006
2082006
How to make a 29% increase look bigger: The unit effect in option comparisons
M Pandelaere, B Briers, C Lembregts
Journal of Consumer Research 38 (2), 308-322, 2011
1622011
Tempt me just a little bit more: The effect of prior food temptation actionability on goal activation and consumption
K Geyskens, S Dewitte, M Pandelaere, L Warlop
Journal of Consumer Research 35 (4), 600-610, 2008
1122008
Consumer meaning making: The meaning of luxury brands in a democratised luxury world
L Hudders, M Pandelaere, P Vyncke
International Journal of Market Research 55 (3), 391-412, 2013
1022013
Brand trait transference: When celebrity endorsers acquire brand personality traits
A Arsena, DH Silvera, M Pandelaere
Journal of Business Research 67 (7), 1537-1543, 2014
942014
Dispositional greed
G Krekels, M Pandelaere
Personality and Individual Differences 74, 225-230, 2015
822015
On the replicability of the affective priming effect in the pronunciation task
A Spruyt, D Hermans, M Pandelaere, J De Houwer, P Eelen
Experimental Psychology 51 (2), 109-115, 2004
822004
Materialism: The good, the bad, and the ugly
LJ Shrum, TM Lowrey, M Pandelaere, AA Ruvio, E Gentina, P Furchheim, ...
Journal of Marketing Management 30 (17-18), 1858-1881, 2014
812014
Would male conspicuous consumption capture the female eye? Menstrual cycle effects on women's attention to status products
I Lens, K Driesmans, M Pandelaere, K Janssens
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (1), 346-349, 2012
782012
The Amazing Race to India: Prominence in reality television affects destination image and travel intentions
T Tessitore, M Pandelaere, A Van Kerckhove
Tourism Management 42, 3-12, 2014
762014
Wanting a bit (e) of everything: Extending the valuation effect to variety seeking
C Goukens, S Dewitte, M Pandelaere, L Warlop
Journal of Consumer Research 34 (3), 386-394, 2007
672007
Are all units created equal? The effect of default units on product evaluations
C Lembregts, M Pandelaere
Journal of Consumer Research 39 (6), 1275-1289, 2013
642013
The hubris hypothesis: You can self‐enhance, but you'd better not show it
V Hoorens, M Pandelaere, F Oldersma, C Sedikides
Journal of personality 80 (5), 1237-1274, 2012
642012
Using motivation theory to develop a transformative consumer research agenda for reducing materialism in society
JE Burroughs, LN Chaplin, M Pandelaere, MI Norton, N Ordabayeva, ...
Journal of Public Policy & Marketing 32 (1), 18-31, 2013
632013
Politics and basking-in-reflected-glory: A field study in Flanders
F Boen, N Vanbeselaere, M Pandelaere, S Dewitte, B Duriez, ...
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 24 (3), 205-214, 2002
622002
Taking a shine to it: How the preference for glossy stems from an innate need for water
K Meert, M Pandelaere, VM Patrick
Journal of Consumer Psychology 24 (2), 195-206, 2014
602014
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