Research Papers from Work at

Chugani, Sunaina K., Julie R. Irwin, and Joseph P. Redden (2016) “Happily Ever After: Hedonic Adaptation and Identity-Consistent Stimuli,” Journal of Consumer Research, In Press.

Elsbernd, S.L., M.M. Reicks, T.L. Mann, J.P. Redden, E. Mykerezi, and Z.M. Vickers (2016), "Serving vegetables first: A strategy to increase vegetable consumption in elementary school cafeterias", Appetite, 96, 111-115. pdf

Joseph P. Redden (2015), "Desire over Time: The Multi-Faceted Nature of Satiation", chapter in The Psychology of Desire, ed. Wilhelm Hofmann and Loran Nordgren, Guilford Press. pdf

Durante, Kristina M., Vladas Griskevicius, Joseph P. Redden, and Andrew Edward White (2015), "Spending on Girls versus Boys in Economic Recession", Journal of Consumer Research, 10(4), e0121283. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0121283. pdf

Miller, Nicole, Marla Reicks, Joseph P. Redden, Traci Mann, Elton Mykerezi, and Zata Vickers (2015), "Increasing Portion Sizes of Fruits and Vegetables in an Elementary School Lunch Program Can Increase Fruit and Vegetable Consumption", Appetite, 91(1), 426-430. pdf

Redden, Joseph P., Traci Mann, Zata Vickers, Elton Mykerezi, Marla Reicks, and Stephanie Elsbernd (2015), "First in Isolation: An Intervention Strategy to Increase the Intake of Healthy Foods", PLoS-ONE, 10(4), e0121283. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0121283. pdf

Leak, Tashara, Alison Swenson, Zata Vickers, Traci Mann, Elton Mykerezi, Joseph P. Redden, Aaron Rendahl, and Marla Reicks (2015), "Testing the Effectivensss of In-Home Behavioral Economics Strategies to Increase Vegetable Intake, Liking, and Variety Among Low-Income Youth", Journal for Nutrition Education and Behavior, 47(2), e1-e9. pdf

Osdoba, Katie, Traci Mann, Joseph P. Redden, and Zata Vickers (2015), "Using Food to Reduce Stress: Effects of Choosing Meal Components and Preparing a Meal", Food Quality and Preference, 39, 251-250. pdf

Scherschel, Heather, Britt Ahlstrom, Zata Vickers, Joseph P. Redden, and Traci Mann (2014), "The Myth of Comfort Food", Healthy Psychology, 33(12), 1552-1557. pdf

Galak, Jeff, Joseph P. Redden, Yang Yang, and Ellie J. Kyung (2014), "How Perceptions of Temporal Distance Influence Satiation", Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 52(May), 118-123. pdf

Sevilla, Julio and Joseph P. Redden (2014), "Perceived Limited Availability Reduces the Rate of Satiation", Journal of Marketing Research, 51(April), 205-217. pdf

Larson, Jeffrey, Joseph P. Redden, and Ryan S. Elder (2014), "Satiation from Sensory Simulation: Evaluating Foods Decreases Enjoyment of Similar Foods", Journal of Consumer Psychology, 24(2), 188-194. pdf

Vohs, Kathleen D., Joseph P. Redden, and Ryan Rahinel (2013), "Physical Order Produces Healthy Choices, Generosity, Conventionality, Whereas Disorder Produces Creativity", Psychological Science, 24(9), 1860-1867. pdf

Haws, Kelly L. and Joseph P. Redden (2013), "In Control of Variety: High Self-Control Reduces the Effect of Food Variety", Appetite, 69(1), 196-203. pdf

Rahinel, Ryan and Joseph P. Redden (2013), "Brands as Product Coordinators: Matched Brands Make Joint Consumption Experiences More Enjoyable", Journal of Consumer Research, 39(6), 1290-1299. pdf

Redden, Joseph P. and Kelly L. Haws (2013), "Healthy Satiation: The Role of Decreasing Desire in Effective Self-Control", Journal of Consumer Research, 39(5), 1000-1114. pdf

Redden, Joseph P. and Jeff Galak (2013), "The Subjective Sense of Feeling Satiated", Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 142(1), 209-217. pdf

Reicks, Marla, Joseph P. Redden, Traci Mann, Elton Mykerezi, and Zata Vickers (2012), "Pictures in Lunch Tray Compartments and Vegetable Consumption among Children in Elementary School Cafeterias", Journal of American Medical Association, 307(8), 784-785. pdf

Griskevicius, Vladas, Joshua M. Ackerman, and Joseph P. Redden (2012), "Why We Buy: Evolution and Consumer Behavior", in Applied Evolutionary Psychology, ed. S. C. Roberts, Oxford University Press, 311-329.

Redden, Joseph P. and Stephen J. Hoch (2011), "Simplifying Difficult Calculations: How Consumers Choose Two-Part Tariffs", Journal of Product & Brand Management, 20(7), 549-556. pdf

Redden, Joseph P. and Shane Frederick (2011), "Unpacking Unpacking: Greater Detail Can Reduce Perceived Likelihood", Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 140(May), 159-167. pdf

Galak, Jeff, Joseph P. Redden and Justin Kruger (2009), "Variety Amnesia: Recalling Past Variety Can Accelerate Recovery from Satiation", Journal of Consumer Research, 36(Dec), 575-584. pdf

Redden, Joseph P. and Stephen J. Hoch (2009), "The Presence of Variety Reduces Perceived Quantity", Journal of Consumer Research, 36(Oct), 406-417. pdf

Redden, Joseph P. (2008), "Reducing Satiation: The Role of Categorization Level", Journal of Consumer Research, 34(Feb), 624-634. pdf

Redden, Joseph P. (2007), "Hyperbolic Discounting", in Encyclopedia of Social Psychology, ed. Roy F. Baumeister and Kathleen D. Vohs, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage pdf