Katherine White

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2003 University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Vancouver, BC, Canada 
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Darrin R. Lehman grad student 2003 UBC
 (Looking on the bright side: Downward counterfactual thinking and coping with stressful life events.)
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White K, Lin L, Dahl DW, et al. (2016) When do consumers avoid imperfections? Superficial packaging damage as a contamination cue Journal of Marketing Research. 53: 110-123
Herring DR, White KR, Jabeen LN, et al. (2015) Something (important) is out there! Effects of prime arousal and location on evaluative priming Motivation and Emotion
Kristofferson K, White K, Peloza J. (2014) The nature of slacktivism: How the social observability of an initial act of token support affects subsequent prosocial action Journal of Consumer Research. 40: 1149-1166
Herring DR, White KR, Jabeen LN, et al. (2013) On the automatic activation of attitudes: a quarter century of evaluative priming research. Psychological Bulletin. 139: 1062-89
Clemente S, Dolansky E, Mantonakis A, et al. (2013) The effects of perceived product-extrinsic cue incongruity on consumption experiences: The case of celebrity sponsorship Marketing Letters. 1-12
White K, Van Boven L. (2012) Immediacy bias in social-emotional comparisons. Emotion (Washington, D.C.). 12: 737-47
Herring DR, Taylor JH, White KR, et al. (2011) Electrophysiological responses to evaluative priming: the LPP is sensitive to incongruity. Emotion (Washington, D.C.). 11: 794-806
White K, Macdonnell R, Dahl DW. (2011) It's the mind-set that matters: The role of construal level and message framing in influencing consumer efficacy and conservation behaviors Journal of Marketing Research. 48: 472-485
Argo JJ, Dahl DW, White K. (2011) Deceptive strategic identity support: Misrepresentation of information to protect another individual's public self-image Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 41: 2753-2767
White K, Argo JJ. (2011) When imitation doesn't flatter: The role of consumer distinctiveness in responses to mimicry Journal of Consumer Research. 38: 667-680
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