Minah H. Jung
Associate Professor
New York University
Leonard N. Stern School of Business
40 West 4th Street, Tisch 912
New York, NY 10012
T. 212-998-0519

Published papers 
(* denotes equal contribution) 

Jung, M. H. (in press). Field Experimentation in Consumer Research. In C.P. Lamberton, D. D. Rucker, & S. A. Spiller (Eds). The Cambridge Handbook of Contemporary Consumer Psychology (2nd ed.). Cambridge University Press.

*Jung, M. H., *Smeets, P., *Stoop, J., & *Vosgerau, J. (2023). Social status and unethical behavior: Two replications of the field studies in Piff et al. (2012)Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. 

*Adams, I., *Celly, M., *Diaw, M., *Kim, G., & Nelson, L. D. & Jung, M. H. (2022). Prosocial spending encourages happiness: A replication of the only experiment reported in Dunn, Aknin, and Norton(2008)PLoS ONE, 17(9) : e0272434.

Gonzalez, F., Jung, M. H., & Critcher, C. R. (2021). Responsibility amplifies empathic forecastsJournal of Experimental Psychology: General, 150(5), 956-917.

Munz, K., Jung, M. H, & Alter, A. (2020). Name similarity encourages generosity: A field experiment in email personalizationMarketing Science, 39(6), 1071-1091. 

Jung, M. H., Gonzalez, F., & Critcher, C. R. (2020). The vicarious construal effect: Seeing and experiencing the world through different eyesJournal of Personality and Social Psychology, 118(4), 617-638. 
Online Supplemental Studies and Materials

*Jung, M. H., *Moon, A., & Nelson, L. D. (2020). Overestimating the valuations and preferences of others. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 149 (6), 1193-1214.
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*Jung, M. H., & *Sun, C., & Nelson, L. D. (2018). People can recognize, learn, and apply default effects in social influenceProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 115(35), E8105-E8006.
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Jung, M. H., & Critcher, C. R. (2018). How encouraging niceness can incentivize nastiness: An unintended consequence of advertising reform. Journal of Marketing Research55(1), 147-161.
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Jung, M. H., Nelson, L. D., Gneezy, U., & Gneezy, A. (2017). Signaling virtue: charitable behavior under consumer elective pricing. Marketing Science36(2), 187-194.
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*Jung, M. H., *Perfecto, H., & Nelson, L. D. (2016). Anchoring in payment: Evaluating a judgmental heuristic in field experimental settings. Journal of Marketing Research53(3), 354-368.
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Jung, M. H., Nelson, L. D., Gneezy, A., & Gneezy, U. (2014). Paying more when paying for othersJournal of Personality and Social Psychology107(3), 414.
Manuscripts with invited revision or resubmission

*Jung, M. H., *Liu, X., & Nelson, L. D. An examination of consumers' long-term social preferences under elective pricing. 

*Evangelidis, I., *Huang, S., *Jung, M. H., *Shennib, F. A. The Limits of context: the role of preference elicitation in the construction of consumers' preferences.

Manuscripts under review

*Jung, M. H., *Critcher, C. R., & Nelson, L. D. Evaluations are inherently comparative, but are compared to what? 

Powell, E., Jung, M. H., & Vosgerau, J. Time preferences in giving: people donate much more in the future but prefer donating in the present.

*Imas, A. O., *Jung, M. H., *Saccardo., S., & *Vosgerau, J. The impact of joint versus separate prediction mode on forecasting accuracy.

*Jung, M. H., *Saccardo, S., Gneezy, A. & Nelson, D. L. Image concerns and generosity: Field evidence and predictions.

Manuscripts in preparation 

Gao, R., Jung, M. H., & Nelson, L. D. Predicting behavioral interventions. 

Gao, R. & Jung, M. H. What lowers valuation? 

Powell, E., Jung, M. H., & Nelson, L. D. Determinants of chains of giving.