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2016 Best Article Award Winner: "Bidirectional Dynamics of Materialism and Loneliness: Not Just a Vicious Cycle" Rik Pieters, (Volume 40) December 2013

 

The Best Article is chosen by the members of the JCR Policy Board after receiving nominations from the Editorial Review Board.


2016 Robert Ferber Award Winner: Persuasion, Interrupted: The Effect of Momentary Interruptions on Message Processing and Persuasion Daniella M. Kupor (Volume 42) August 2015

 
2016 Robert Ferber Honorable Mention: “Seeking Lasting Enjoyment with Limited Money: Financial Constraints Increase Preference for Material Goods over Experiences Stephanie M. Tully (Volume 42) June 2015
 
The Robert Ferber Award competition is held annually in honor of one of the founders and the second editor of the Journal of Consumer Research. The award is given to the best interdisciplinary dissertation article published in the latest volume of JCR.



2015 Best Article Award Winner"Infidel Brands: Unveiling Alternative Meanings of Global Brands at the Nexus of Globalization, Consumer Culture, and Islamism" Elif Izberk-Bilgin, (Volume 39) December 2012

 

The Best Article is chosen by the members of the JCR Policy Board after receiving nominations from the Editorial Review Board.


2015 Robert Ferber Award Winner: What Makes Things Cool? How Autonomy Influences Perceived Coolness” Caleb Warren and Margaret C. Campbell (Volume 41) August 2014

 

2015 Robert Ferber Honorable Mention: “How Childhood Advertising Exposure Can Create Biased Product Evaluations That Persist into Adulthood” Paul M. Connell, Merrie Brucks, and Jesper H. Nielsen (Volume 41) June 2014

 

The Robert Ferber Award competition is held annually in honor of one of the founders and the second editor of the Journal of Consumer Research. The award is given to the best interdisciplinary dissertation article published in the latest volume of JCR.

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