Gal Zauberman
Gal Zauberman
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Discounting time and time discounting: Subjective time perception and intertemporal preferences
G Zauberman, BK Kim, SA Malkoc, JR Bettman
Journal of Marketing Research 46 (4), 543-556, 2009
5692009
Resource slack and propensity to discount delayed investments of time versus money.
G Zauberman, JG Lynch Jr
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 134 (1), 23, 2005
4482005
The intertemporal dynamics of consumer lock-in
G Zauberman
Journal of consumer research 30 (3), 405-419, 2003
3552003
The psychology of intertemporal discounting: Why are distant events valued differently from proximal ones?
D Soman, G Ainslie, S Frederick, X Li, J Lynch, P Moreau, A Mitchell, ...
Marketing Letters 16 (3-4), 347-360, 2005
2522005
Memories as assets: Strategic memory protection in choice over time
G Zauberman, RK Ratner, BK Kim
Journal of consumer research 35 (5), 715-728, 2009
2312009
Goal-based construction of preferences: Task goals and the prominence effect
GW Fischer, Z Carmon, D Ariely, G Zauberman
Management Science 45 (8), 1057-1075, 1999
2121999
Perception of anticipatory time in temporal discounting.
BK Kim, G Zauberman
Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Economics 2 (2), 91, 2009
2052009
On the making of an experience: The effects of breaking and combining experiences on their overall evaluation
D Ariely, G Zauberman
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 13 (2), 219-232, 2000
2022000
Mental simulation and preference consistency over time: The role of process-versus outcome-focused thoughts
M Zhao, S Hoeffler, G Zauberman
Journal of Marketing Research 44 (3), 379-388, 2007
1742007
Deferring versus expediting consumption: The effect of outcome concreteness on sensitivity to time horizon
SA Malkoc, G Zauberman
Journal of Marketing Research 43 (4), 618-627, 2006
1632006
When do you want it? Time, decisions, and public policy
JG Lynch Jr, G Zauberman
Journal of Public Policy & Marketing 25 (1), 67-78, 2006
1602006
The effects of averaging subjective probability estimates between and within judges.
D Ariely, W Tung Au, RH Bender, DV Budescu, CB Dietz, H Gu, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 6 (2), 130, 2000
1512000
Consuming now or later? The interactive effect of timing and attribute alignability
SA Malkoc, G Zauberman, C Ulu
Psychological Science 16 (5), 411-417, 2005
1362005
Unstuck from the concrete: Carryover effects of abstract mindsets in intertemporal preferences
SA Malkoc, G Zauberman, JR Bettman
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 113 (2), 112-126, 2010
1332010
Differential partitioning of extended experiences
D Ariely, G Zauberman
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 91 (2), 128-139, 2003
1292003
Construing consumer decision making
JG Lynch Jr, G Zauberman
Journal of Consumer Psychology 17 (2), 107-112, 2007
1142007
The psychology of intertemporal preferences
O Urminsky, G Zauberman
The Wiley Blackwell handbook of judgment and decision making 2, 141-181, 2015
1002015
Can Victoria's Secret change the future? A subjective time perception account of sexual-cue effects on impatience.
BK Kim, G Zauberman
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 142 (2), 328, 2013
952013
Mental simulation and product evaluation: The affective and cognitive dimensions of process versus outcome simulation
M Zhao, S Hoeffler, G Zauberman
Journal of Marketing Research 48 (5), 827-839, 2011
952011
Searching ordered sets: Evaluations from sequences under search
K Diehl, G Zauberman
Journal of Consumer Research 31 (4), 824-832, 2005
922005
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