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

Fit & Tipsy? The Interrelationship between cardiorespiratory fitness and alcohol consumption & dependence

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

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

A Multisite Preregistered Paradigmatic Test of the Ego-Depletion Effect

Collective patterns of social diffusion are shaped by individual inertia and trend-seeking

Emotional eating in adults: The role of socio-demographics, lifestyle behaviors, and self-regulation- Findings from a US national study

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

Is there a “Gestalt bias” in indulgence? Subjectively constructing food units into wholes (versus parts) increases desire to eat and actual consumption

Long-Term Weight Loss Success and the Health Behaviors of Adults in the United States: Findings from a Nationally Representative Cross-sectional Study

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