Nailya Ordabayeva
Nailya Ordabayeva
Associate Professor of Marketing, Carroll School of Management, Boston College
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Getting ahead of the Joneses: When equality increases conspicuous consumption among bottom-tier consumers
N Ordabayeva, P Chandon
Journal of Consumer Research 38 (1), 27-41, 2011
2632011
Supersize in one dimension, downsize in three dimensions: Effects of spatial dimensionality on size perceptions and preferences
P Chandon, N Ordabayeva
Journal of Marketing Research 46 (6), 739-753, 2009
1882009
Predicting and Managing Consumers' Package Size Impressions
N Ordabayeva, P Chandon
Journal of Marketing 77 (September), 123-137, 2013
702013
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
602013
Social Hierarchy, Social Status and Status Consumption
D Dubois, N Ordabayeva
Cambridge Handbook of Consumer Psychology Eds. Derek D. Rucker, Mike I …, 2015
562015
Moralities in Food and Health Research
S Askegaard, N Ordabayeva, P Chandon, T Cheung, Z Chytkova, Y Cornil, ...
Journal of Marketing Management 30 (17-18), 1800-1832, 2014
542014
Better or Different? How Political Ideology Shapes Preferences for Differentiation in the Social Hierarchy
N Ordabayeva, D Fernandes
Journal of Consumer Research 45 (August), 227-250, 2018
492018
The Acuity of Vice: Attitude Ambivalence Improves Visual Sensitivity to Increasing Portion Sizes
Y Cornil, N Ordabayeva, U Kaiser, B Weber, P Chandon
Journal of Consumer Psychology 24 (2), 177-187, 2014
452014
In the Eye of the Beholder: Visual Biases in Package and Portion Size Perceptions
N Ordabayeva, P Chandon
Appetite 103 (August), 450-457, 2016
432016
The accuracy of less: Natural bounds explain why quantity decreases are estimated more accurately than quantity increases.
P Chandon, N Ordabayeva
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 146 (2), 250-268, 2017
152017
Similarity Focus and Support for Redistribution
N Ordabayeva, D Fernandes
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 72 (September), 67-74, 2017
152017
The Impostor Syndrome from Luxury Consumption
D Goor, N Ordabayeva, A Keinan, S Crener
Journal of Consumer Research, 2019
92019
The intrinsic benefits of status: The effects of evoking rank
A Ivanic, JC Nunes, N Ordabayeva, P Chandon, L Van Boven, ...
Advances in consumer research 36, 12-13, 2009
92009
COVID-19 Provides a Rare Opportunity to Create a Stronger, More Equitable Society
S Davidai, MV Day, D Goya-Tocchetto, O Hauser, J Jachimowicz, ...
PsyArXiv, 2020
42020
What If Diamonds Did Not Last Forever? Signaling Status Achievement through Ephemeral versus Iconic Luxury Goods
P Desmichel, N Ordabayeva, B Kocher
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 158 (May), 49-65, 2020
42020
Similar but Unequal: Political Polarization in the Effects of Perceived Social Similarity on Support for Redistribution
N Ordabayeva
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 84 (September), 103811, 2019
32019
Mood Matching: The Importance of Fit between Moods Elicited by TV Programs and Commercials
J Lajos, N Ordabayeva, A Chattopadhyay
Working Paper, 2009/06/MKT/ISSRC, INSEAD Knowledge, 2009
32009
The Effects of Salience of the Sound of Food on Consumption
N Ordabayeva, R Srinivasan
Appetite 138, 260-268, 2019
22019
Status Pivoting
D Goor, A Keinan, N Ordabayeva
Journal of Consumer Research, 2020
2020
The Psychology of Luxury Consumption
D Dubois, SJ Jung, N Ordabayeva
Current Opinion in Psychology, 2020
2020
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