Kristin Diehl
Kristin Diehl
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Subjective knowledge, search locations, and consumer choice
C Moorman, K Diehl, D Brinberg, B Kidwell
Journal of Consumer Research 31 (3), 673-680, 2004
4052004
Great expectations?! Assortment size, expectations, and satisfaction
K Diehl, C Poynor
Journal of Marketing Research 47 (2), 312-322, 2010
3772010
Smart agents: When lower search costs for quality information increase price sensitivity
K Diehl, LJ Kornish, JG Lynch Jr
Journal of Consumer Research 30 (1), 56-71, 2003
3322003
When two rights make a wrong: Searching too much in ordered environments
K Diehl
Journal of Marketing Research 42 (3), 313-322, 2005
1852005
How taking photos increases enjoyment of experiences.
K Diehl, G Zauberman, A Barasch
Journal of personality and social psychology 111 (2), 119, 2016
1232016
Now or never: Effects of limited purchase opportunities on patterns of regret over time
LJ Abendroth, K Diehl
Journal of Consumer Research 33 (3), 342-351, 2006
1172006
Retail choice architecture: The effects of benefit-and attribute-based assortment organization on consumer perceptions and choice
CP Lamberton, K Diehl
Journal of Consumer Research 40 (3), 393-411, 2013
982013
Searching ordered sets: Evaluations from sequences under search
K Diehl, G Zauberman
Journal of Consumer Research 31 (4), 824-832, 2005
972005
1995 feels so close yet so far: The effect of event markers on subjective feelings of elapsed time
G Zauberman, J Levav, K Diehl, R Bhargave
Psychological Science 21 (1), 133-139, 2010
862010
Hedonic versus informational evaluations: Task dependent preferences for sequences of outcomes
G Zauberman, K Diehl, D Ariely
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 19 (3), 191-211, 2006
772006
How the intention to share can undermine enjoyment: Photo-taking goals and evaluation of experiences
A Barasch, G Zauberman, K Diehl
Journal of Consumer Research 44 (6), 1220-1237, 2018
692018
Organizing products with complements versus substitutes: effects on store preferences as a function of effort and assortment perceptions
K Diehl, E Van Herpen, C Lamberton
Journal of Retailing 91 (1), 1-18, 2015
502015
Photographic memory: The effects of volitional photo taking on memory for visual and auditory aspects of an experience
A Barasch, K Diehl, J Silverman, G Zauberman
Psychological Science 28 (8), 1056-1066, 2017
472017
Savoring an upcoming experience affects ongoing and remembered consumption enjoyment
HEH Chun, K Diehl, DJ MacInnis
Journal of Marketing 81 (3), 96-110, 2017
332017
Personalization and Decision Support Tools: Effects on Search and Consumer Decision Making
K Diehl
Advances in Consumer Research 30, 166-169, 2003
8*2003
See what i did or see what i have: Impression management using experiences versus material goods
F Valsesia, K Diehl
ACR North American Advances, 2017
72017
Arranged to distraction: how categorizing products with complements versus substitutes alters the experience of product choice
E Herpen, K Diehl, C Poynor
ACR Asia-Pacific Advances, 2009
72009
The Psychology of Category Design: How Product Groupings Influence Consumer Information Processing, Assortment Perceptions, and Choice
C Poynor, K Diehl
Working Paper, University of South Carolina, 2007
72007
1 The Other Side of Sharing: How Photo-taking Goals Impact Evaluations of Experiences
A Barasch, G Zauberman, K Diehl
62016
When happiness shared is happiness halved: how taking photos to share with others affects experiences and memories
A Barasch, K Diehl, G Zauberman
ACR North American Advances, 2014
62014
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