Zhang, C. Yiwei and Abigail B. Sussman (2018). The Role of Mental Accounting in Household Spending and Investing Decisions. In C. Chaffin (Ed.), Client Psychology. New York: Wiley.
Olivola, Christopher Y. and Abigail B. Sussman (2015). Taxes and Consumer Behavior. In M. Norton, D. Rucker, and C. Lamberton (Eds.), Cambridge Handbook of Consumer Psychology. New York: Cambridge University Press.
+Author order alphabetical.
Zhang, Shirley, Chris Hsee, and Abigail B. Sussman. The Dragging-Down Effect: Consumer Decisions in Response to Unit Price Increases (revise and resubmit, Journal of Consumer Research)
Sussman, Abigail B., Anna Paley, and Adam L. Alter. Mentally Accounting for Food: Booking, Posting, and Reconciling Exceptional Consumption (revise and resubmit, Journal of Consumer Research)
Zhang, Shirley, Abigail B. Sussman and Chris Hsee. The Expediting Effect: When Interest Rate Changes Lead to Faster Payment of Debt (revise and resubmit, Journal of Public Policy and Marketing)
Greenberg, Adam, Abigail B. Sussman, and Hal E. Hershfield. Financial Product Sensitivity Predicts Financial Health (revise and resubmit, Journal of Behavioral Decision Making)
Homonoff, Tatiana+, Rourke L. O'Brien+ and Abigail B. Sussman+. Does Knowing Your FICO Score Change Financial Behavior? Evidence from a Field Experiment with Student Loan Borrowers (under review)
Sussman, Abigail B., and Daniel M. Oppenheimer. The Effect of Effects on Effectiveness: A Boon-Bane Asymmetry (under review)
White, Shannon M., Abigail B. Sussman and Dustin Beckett. A Preference for Costly Complexity
Awarded: SCP Best Competitive Paper Award Finalist, 2019
Hirshman, Samuel, and Abigail B. Sussman. Minimum Payments Alter Debt Repayment Strategies across Multiple Cards
Howard, R. Chuck, David J. Hardisty, Abigail B. Sussman and Melissa Knoll. Neutralizing the Expense Prediction Bias
Sussman, Abigail B., Dan Egan, and Samuel Swift. Highlighting Tax Costs to Minimize Trading Frequency
Sussman, Abigail B., and Daniel M. Bartels. Is it an Anchor? Ambiguous Values as Targets for Debt Repayment
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