Katherine White
Katherine White
University of British Columbia; University of Calgary
Verified email at sauder.ubc.ca
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Consumer behaviour
M Solomon, R Russell-Bennett, J Previte
Pearson Higher Education AU, 2012
Maximizing versus satisficing: Happiness is a matter of choice.
B Schwartz, A Ward, J Monterosso, S Lyubomirsky, K White, DR Lehman
Journal of personality and social psychology 83 (5), 1178, 2002
To Be or Not Be? The Influence of Dissociative Reference Groups on Consumer Preferences
K White, DW Dahl
Journal of Consumer Psychology 16 (4), 404-414, 2006
Are all out-groups created equal? Consumer identity and dissociative influence
K White, DW Dahl
Journal of Consumer Research 34 (4), 525-536, 2007
It's the mind-set that matters: The role of construal level and message framing in influencing consumer efficacy and conservation behaviors
K White, R MacDonnell, DW Dahl
Journal of Marketing Research 48 (3), 472-485, 2011
Self-benefit versus other-benefit marketing appeals: Their effectiveness in generating charitable support
K White, J Peloza
Journal of Marketing 73 (4), 109-124, 2009
The nature of slacktivism: How the social observability of an initial act of token support affects subsequent prosocial action
K Kristofferson, K White, J Peloza
Journal of Consumer Research 40 (6), 1149-1166, 2014
Good and guilt-free: The role of self-accountability in influencing preferences for products with ethical attributes
J Peloza, K White, J Shang
Journal of Marketing 77 (1), 104-119, 2013
Enhancing the effectiveness of tobacco package warning labels: a social psychological perspective
EJ Strahan, K White, GT Fong, LR Fabrigar, MP Zanna, R Cameron
Tobacco control 11 (3), 183-190, 2002
Belief in a just world: Consumer intentions and behaviors toward ethical products
K White, R MacDonnell, JH Ellard
Journal of Marketing 76 (1), 103-118, 2012
Social comparison theory and deception in the interpersonal exchange of consumption information
JJ Argo, K White, DW Dahl
Journal of Consumer Research 33 (1), 99-108, 2006
When do (and don't) normative appeals influence sustainable consumer behaviors?
K White, B Simpson
Journal of Marketing 77 (2), 78-95, 2013
Culture and social comparison seeking: The role of self-motives
K White, DR Lehman
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 31 (2), 232-242, 2005
Social identity threat and consumer preferences
K White, JJ Argo
Journal of Consumer Psychology 19 (3), 313-325, 2009
Culture, stress, and coping: Internally-and externally-targeted control strategies of European Canadians, East Asian Canadians, and Japanese
RG Tweed, K White, DR Lehman
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 35 (6), 652-668, 2004
Dissociative versus associative responses to social identity threat: The role of consumer self-construal
K White, JJ Argo, J Sengupta
Journal of Consumer Research 39 (4), 704-719, 2012
When imitation doesn’t flatter: The role of consumer distinctiveness in responses to mimicry
K White, JJ Argo
Journal of Consumer Research 38 (4), 667-680, 2011
When do consumers eat more? The role of appearance self-esteem and food packaging cues
JJ Argo, K White
Journal of Marketing 76 (2), 67-80, 2012
Looking on the bright side: Downward counterfactual thinking in response to negative life events
K White, DR Lehman
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 31 (10), 1413-1424, 2005
When do consumers avoid imperfections? Superficial packaging damage as a contamination cue
K White, L Lin, DW Dahl, RJB Ritchie
Journal of Marketing Research 53 (1), 110-123, 2016
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