Shiri Melumad
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The smartphone as a pacifying technology
S Melumad, MT Pham
Journal of Consumer Research 47 (2), 237-255, 2020
Selectively emotional: How smartphone use changes user-generated content
S Melumad, JJ Inman, MT Pham
Journal of Marketing Research 56 (2), 259-275, 2019
Full disclosure: How smartphones enhance consumer self-disclosure
S Melumad, R Meyer
Journal of Marketing 84 (3), 28-45, 2020
The Metaverse: A new digital frontier for consumer behavior
R Hadi, S Melumad, ES Park
Journal of Consumer Psychology 34 (1), 142-166, 2024
Consumer desire for control as a barrier to new product adoption
A Faraji-Rad, S Melumad, GV Johar
Journal of Consumer Psychology 27 (3), 347-354, 2017
A tale of two Twitterspheres: Political microblogging during and after the 2016 primary and presidential debates
R Berman, S Melumad, C Humphrey, R Meyer
Journal of Marketing Research 56 (6), 895-917, 2019
Technology-augmented choice: how digital innovations are transforming consumer decision processes
S Melumad, R Hadi, C Hildebrand, A Ward
Customer Needs and Solutions, 0
The pleasure of assessing and expressing our likes and dislikes
D He, S Melumad, MT Pham
Journal of Consumer Research 46 (3), 545-563, 2019
Wordify: A Tool for Discovering and Differentiating Consumer Vocabularies
D Hovy, S Melumad, JJ Inman
Journal of Consumer Research 48 (3), 394-414, 2021
The dynamics of distortion: How successive summarization alters the retelling of news
S Melumad, R Meyer, YD Kim
Journal of Marketing Research 58 (6), 1058-1078, 2021
Vocalizing search: How voice technologies alter consumer search processes and satisfaction
S Melumad
Journal of Consumer Research 50 (3), 533-553, 2023
Listening versus Reading News
R Meyer, S Melumad
OSF, 2024
Advances in Mobile Consumer Behavior: Effects on Content Generation, Social Persuasion, Mobile Targeting and Shopping Behavior
S Melumad, JJ Inman, MT Pham, AT Stephen, L Grewal, PP Zubcsek, ...
Advances in Consumer Research 43, 2015
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