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Acute stress can boost and buffer hedonic consumption: The role of individual differences in consumer life history strategies

Fit and Tipsy? The Interrelationship between Cardiorespiratory Fitness and Alcohol Consumption and Dependence

From Direct Marketing Towards Interactive Marketing: The Evolving Interactive Marketing Tools

Hedonic consumption in times of stress: Reaping the emotional benefits without the self-regulatory cost

Incentivizing social diffusion on networks using a novel game-theoretic model

In-Store Interactive Advertising Screens: The Effect of Interactivity on Impulse Buying Explained by Self-Agency

Saved by the Past? Disease threat triggers nostalgic consumption

Self-control, self-regulation, and consumer wellbeing: A life history perspective

Stress can help or hinder novelty seeking: The role of consumer life history strategies

A Multisite Preregistered Paradigmatic Test of the Ego-Depletion Effect

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