Travis J. Carter, Ph.D.

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
social psychology
"Travis Carter"


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David Dunning grad student 2009 Cornell
 (Comparative evaluations and centrality to the self: The causes and consequences of greater satisfaction with experiential over material purchases.)
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Carter TJ. (2014) The psychological science of spending money The Psychological Science of Money. 213-242
Carter TJ, Gilovich T. (2013) Getting the most for the money: The hedonic return on experiential and material purchases Consumption and Well-Being in the Material World. 49-62
Converse BA, Risen JL, Carter TJ. (2012) Investing in karma: when wanting promotes helping. Psychological Science. 23: 923-30
Carter TJ, Gilovich T. (2012) I am what I do, not what I have: the differential centrality of experiential and material purchases to the self. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 102: 1304-17
Carter TJ, Ferguson MJ, Hassin RR. (2011) A single exposure to the American flag shifts support toward Republicanism up to 8 months later. Psychological Science. 22: 1011-8
Carter TJ, Ferguson MJ, Hassin RR. (2011) Implicit nationalism as system justification: The case of the United States of America Social Cognition. 29: 341-359
Savitsky K, Keysar B, Epley N, et al. (2011) The closeness-communication bias: Increased egocentrism among friends versus strangers Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 47: 129-273
Carter TJ, Gilovich T. (2010) The relative relativity of material and experiential purchases. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 98: 146-59
Hassin RR, Ferguson MJ, Kardosh R, et al. (2009) Précis of implicit nationalism. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1167: 135-45
Ferguson MJ, Carter TJ, Hassin RR. (2009) On the Automaticity of Nationalist Ideology: The Case of the USA Social and Psychological Bases of Ideology and System Justification
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