Julian Givi
Julian Givi
West Virginia University
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Why certain gifts are great to give but not to get: A framework for understanding errors in gift giving
J Galak, J Givi, EF Williams
Current Directions in Psychological Science 25 (6), 380-385, 2016
Sentimental value and gift giving: Givers' fears of getting it wrong prevents them from getting it right
J Givi, J Galak
Journal of Consumer Psychology 27 (4), 473-479, 2017
Selfish prosocial behavior: Gift-giving to feel unique
J Givi, J Galak
Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 5 (1), 34-43, 2020
Keeping the Joneses from getting ahead in the first place: Envy's influence on gift giving behavior
J Givi, J Galak
Journal of Business Research 101, 375-388, 2019
(Not) giving the same old song and dance: Givers’ misguided concerns about thoughtfulness and boringness keep them from repeating gifts
J Givi
Journal of Business Research 117, 87-98, 2020
The thought that counts is the one we ignore: How givers overestimate the importance of relative gift value
J Givi, J Galak, CY Olivola
Journal of Business Research 123, 502-515, 2021
Gift recipients’ beliefs about occasion‐based and nonoccasion‐based gifts: The importance of signaling care and meeting expectations in gift giving
J Givi, J Galak
Journal of Consumer Psychology 32 (3), 445-465, 2022
The “future is now” bias: Anchoring and (insufficient) adjustment when predicting the future from the present
J Givi, J Galak
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 84, 103830, 2019
To earmark or not to earmark when gift‐giving: Gift‐givers' and gift‐recipients' diverging preferences for earmarked cash gifts
J Givi, G Das
Psychology & Marketing 39 (2), 420-428, 2022
When a gift exchange isn’t an exchange: Why gift givers underestimate how uncomfortable recipients feel receiving a gift without reciprocating
J Givi
Journal of Business Research 129, 393-405, 2021
Givers eschew gifts that are inferior to their own: How social norms, regulatory focus, and concerns about offending lead givers astray
J Givi, G Das
Journal of Consumer Psychology, 2022
Social Norms in Gift Giving: A Comprehensive Theory for Giver-Recipient Discrepancies in Gift Selection
J Givi, J Galak
Carnegie Mellon University, 2022
How do I like my chances (to unfold)? Why perceived scarcity and anticipated hope lead consumers to prefer increasing probabilities of obtaining a resource
J Givi, CY Olivola
Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 5 (4), 470-484, 2020
Two's Company, Three's a Crowd: Givers' Oversensitivity to Other Givers' Gifts
J Givi, J Galak, C Olivola
ACR North American Advances, 2017
Spending the most on those who need it the least: gift givers buy more expensive gifts for affluent recipients
F Reshadi, J Givi
European Journal of Marketing 57 (2), 479-504, 2023
An integrative review of gift‐giving research in consumer behavior and marketing
J Givi, L Birg, TM Lowrey, J Galak
Journal of Consumer Psychology, 2022
The multifaceted nature of gift-giving: spanning multiple perspectives, motives, orientations, and stages
J Givi, E Williams, N Chen, FE Petersen, T Lowrey, R Ganesh Pillai, ...
ACR North American Advances, 2021
Your gift, but my attitude: gift-givers’ aversion to attitude-inconsistent gifts
J Givi, Y Mu
European Journal of Marketing, 2022
To Earmark Or Not to Earmark: Givers’ and Recipients’ Diverging Preferences For Earmarked Cash Gifts
J Givi, G Das
ACR North American Advances, 2021
(Not) Giving the Same Old Song and Dance: Gift-Givers’ Aversion to Repeating Gifts
J Givi
ACR North American Advances, 2020
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