Publications & Works in Progress

Published and Under Review

Chelsea Galoni and Theodore J. Noseworthy (2015). “Does Dirty Money Influence Product Valuations?” Journal of Consumer Psychology, 25(2), 304-310.

Chelsea Galoni and Aparna A. Labroo. “When Differentiation Reduces Desire for Innovation.” (Dissertation Essay 2; Job Market Paper), Under review at the Journal of Consumer Research

Chelsea Galoni, Gregory S. Carpenter, and Hayagreeva Rao. “Contagious Disease and Consumer Behavior: Fear and choosing between the foreign and familiar.” 2nd round review at the Journal of Consumer Research

Chelsea Galoni, Brendan Strejcek, and Kent Grayson. “Engineered Essence and Authenticity,” 2nd round review at the Journal of Consumer Psychology

Chelsea Galoni, Brendan Strejcek, and Kent Grayson. “Essentialist Concepts of Authenticity,” 2nd round review at the Review of General Psychology

Chelsea Galoni, Kelly Goldsmith, and Hal E. Hershfield. “How Ease of Categorization Influences The Use of Discounting Cues” Under review at Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes (OBHDP)

Jimena Ramirez-Marin, Jeanne M. Brett, Susanna Greer Vogel, and Chelsea Galoni. “Negotiation Strategy: A meta-analytic evaluation of three theories and three measurement methods.” Under review at the Journal of Applied Psychology.

In Progress:

Chelsea Galoni and Aparna A. Labroo, “The Similarity Trap: Differentiation from close others makes them appear more similar.” (Dissertation Chapter 1) Manuscript in preparation

Chelsea Galoni and Aparna A. Labroo, “Binary or Continuous? When relational orientation increases identity-based product categorization.” (Dissertation Chapter 3) Manuscript in preparation

Chelsea Galoni, Xueer Yu, and Aparna A. Labroo, “Does Social Comparison Make Us Fat?” Manuscript in preparation

Chelsea Galoni, Ping Dong, and Aparna A. Labroo, “Social Consumption: A two-factor model of social comparison in consumer behavior.” Manuscript in preparation

Chelsea Galoni and Aparna A. Labroo “Resource Scarcity and Social Comparison” Data collection in progress

Brendan Strejcek, Chelsea Galoni, and Kent Grayson “Authenticity as an Intensifier.” Data collection in progress

Conference Proceedings:

Haring Doctoral Symposium 2018 (Best Paper Award Winner): Chelsea Galoni and Aparna A. Labroo. “When Social Comparison Reduces Desire for Innovation.”

Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) Conference 2018: Chelsea Galoni*, Kelly Goldsmith, and Hal E. Hershfield.How Ease of Categorization Influences The Use of Situational Discounting Cues” 

Association for Consumer Research Conference 2017:

  • Chelsea Galoni* and Aparna A. Labroo, “When Consumer Rivalry Reduces Desire for Innovation,” Special Session – Chair
  • Chelsea Galoni*, Gregory Carpenter, and Hayagreeva Rao “Pathogen Fear and the Familiar.”
  • Chelsea Galoni, Brendan Strejcek*, and Kent Grayson. “Engineered Essence and Authenticity.”
  • Kelly Goldsmith*, Hal Hershfield, and Chelsea Galoni. “What Two Wrongs Make Alright: Examining the Psychological Factors Underlying the Tendency to Temper Judgments of Intoxicated People.”

Women in Business Conference 2017 (Wharton School of Business – University of Pennsylvania): Chelsea Galoni*, Brendan Strejcek, and Kent Grayson. “Engineered Authenticity.”

Association for Consumer Research Conference 2015 (New Orleans):

  • Chelsea Galoni*, Brendan Strejcek, and Kent Grayson. “When Authenticity is Not Contagious.”
  • Chelsea Galoni*, Derek Taylor, and Theodore J. Noseworthy. “Does Size Matter? Only When They Touch: Packaging Size Influences Contamination Inferences.”

Society for Consumer Psychology Conference 2015 (Phoenix): Chelsea Galoni*, Derek Taylor, and Theodore J. Noseworthy. “Does Size Matter? Only When They Touch: Packaging Size Influences Contamination Inferences.”

Society for Consumer Psychology Conference 2014 (Miami): Chelsea Galoni* and Theodore, J. Noseworthy. “Does Dirty Money Influence Product Valuations?”

Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC) 2014 (Muskoka, ON – Session Chair): Chelsea Galoni* and Theodore J. Noseworthy. “Does Dirty Money Influence Product Valuations?”

(* indicates Presenter)