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  • Vaidis, Sleegers, van Leeuwen, DeMarree, Sætrevik; Ross, Schmidt, Protzko, Morvinski et al. (2024). A Multilab Replication of the Induced-Compliance Paradigm of Cognitive Dissonance. Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science.  download

  • Colquhoun, Ellen, Brehaut, Kline Weinreich, Morvinski, Zarshenas, Nguyen, Presseau, McCleary, & Proctor (2023). Potential social marketing applications for knowledge translation in healthcare: a scoping review protocol. BMJ Open. download

  • Samore, Fessler ... Morvinski et al. (2023). Greater traditionalism predicts COVID-19 precautionary behaviors across 27 societies. Scientific Reports. download

  • Morvinski, Saccardo, & Amir (2023). Mis-Nudging Morality. Management Science.  download

  • Morvinski, Lupoli, & Amir (2022). Social Information Decreases Giving in Late-stage Fundraising Campaigns. PLOS ONE.  download

  • Morvinski (2022). The effect of unavailable donation opportunities on donation choice. Marketing Letters.  download


  • Morvinski & Shani (2022). Misaligned Mindsets Between Borrowers and Lenders of Small Interpersonal Loans. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.  download

  • Zickfeld, ... Morvinski, … & Vingerhoets. (2021). Tears evoke the intention to offer social support: A systematic investigation of the interpersonal effects of emotional crying across 41 countries. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.  download

  • Morvinski & Amir (2018). Liking Goes with Liking: An Intuitive Congruence between Preference and Prominence. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition.  download

  • Morvinski, Amir, & Muller (2017). “Ten Million Readers Can’t Be Wrong!,” or Can They? On the Role of Information About Adoption Stock in New Product Trial. Marketing Science.  download

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