Research & Publications / Consumer Well-Being
We research the impact of marketing and consumption practices on social welfare and policy.
Our work in Consumer Well-Being explores the emotional, cognitive, and social responses diverse consumers experience related to their quality of life.
Can advertising benefit women’s development? Preliminary insights from a multi-method investigation
Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science
Gautham Vadakkepatt, Andrew Bryant, Ronald Paul Hill & Joshua Nunziato
From Anxious Spaces To Harmonious Relations? Interracial Marketplace Interactions Through The Lens Of Consumer Psychology
Journal of Consumer Psychology
Sonya A. Grier, Guillaume D. Johnson, Maura L. Scott
Race Marketing & Markets, Consumer Well-Being
In search of well-being: Factors influencing the movement toward and away from maladaptive consumption
Journal of Consumer Affairs
Wendy Attaya Boland, Ingrid M. Martin, Marlys J. Mason
Consumer Well-Being, Health & Nutrition