Helga Dittmar
Helga Dittmar
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TitleCited byYear
The social psychology of material possessions: To have is to be
H Dittmar
Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1992
Gender identity and material symbols: Objects and decision considerations in impulse purchases
H Dittmar, J Beattie, S Friese
Journal of economic psychology 16 (3), 491-511, 1995
Compulsive buying–a growing concern? An examination of gender, age, and endorsement of materialistic values as predictors
H Dittmar
British Journal of Psychology 96 (4), 467-491, 2005
Body image and self‐esteem among adolescent girls: Testing the influence of sociocultural factors
D Clay, VL Vignoles, H Dittmar
Journal of research on adolescence 15 (4), 451-477, 2005
Self-image–is it in the bag? A qualitative comparison between “ordinary” and “excessive” consumers
H Dittmar, J Drury
Journal of economic psychology 21 (2), 109-142, 2000
Thin-ideal internalization and social comparison tendency as moderators of media models' impact on women's body-focused anxiety
H Dittmar, S Howard
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 23 (6), 768-791, 2004
Consumer culture, identity and well-being: The search for the'good life'and the'body perfect'
H Dittmar
Psychology Press, 2007
Objects, decision considerations and self-image in men's and women's impulse purchases
H Dittmar, J Beattie, S Friese
Acta psychologica 93 (1-3), 187-206, 1996
Buying on the Internet: Gender differences in on-line and conventional buying motivations
H Dittmar, K Long, R Meek
Sex roles 50 (5-6), 423-444, 2004
Mainstream consumers driving plug-in battery-electric and plug-in hybrid electric cars: A qualitative analysis of responses and evaluations
E Graham-Rowe, B Gardner, C Abraham, S Skippon, H Dittmar, ...
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 46 (1), 140-153, 2012
Does size matter? The impact of model's body size on women's body-focused anxiety and advertising effectiveness
E Halliwell, H Dittmar
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 23 (1), 104-122, 2004
The relationship between materialism and personal well-being: A meta-analysis.
H Dittmar, R Bond, M Hurst, T Kasser
Journal of personality and social psychology 107 (5), 879, 2014
Does Barbie make girls want to be thin? The effect of experimental exposure to images of dolls on the body image of 5-to 8-year-old girls.
H Dittmar, E Halliwell, S Ive
Developmental psychology 42 (2), 283, 2006
A new look at “compulsive buying”: Self–discrepancies and materialistic values as predictors of compulsive buying tendency
H Dittmar
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 24 (6), 832-859, 2005
A qualitative investigation of women's and men's body image concerns and their attitudes toward aging
E Halliwell, H Dittmar
Sex roles 49 (11-12), 675-684, 2003
When a better self is only a button click away: Associations between materialistic values, emotional and identity–related buying motives, and compulsive buying tendency online
H Dittmar, K Long, R Bond
Journal of social and clinical psychology 26 (3), 334-361, 2007
Changes in materialism, changes in psychological well-being: Evidence from three longitudinal studies and an intervention experiment
T Kasser, KL Rosenblum, AJ Sameroff, EL Deci, CP Niemiec, RM Ryan, ...
Motivation and Emotion 38 (1), 1-22, 2014
How do “body perfect” ideals in the media have a negative impact on body image and behaviors? Factors and processes related to self and identity
H Dittmar
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 28 (1), 1-8, 2009
Development and validation of the Sociocultural Attitudes Towards Appearance Questionnaire-4 (SATAQ-4).
LM Schaefer, NL Burke, JK Thompson, RF Dedrick, LJ Heinberg, ...
Psychological Assessment 27 (1), 54, 2015
The relationship between materialistic values and environmental attitudes and behaviors: A meta-analysis
M Hurst, H Dittmar, R Bond, T Kasser
Journal of Environmental Psychology 36, 257-269, 2013
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