Nina Mažar
Nina Mažar
Other namesNina Mazar
Professor, Boston University, Questrom School of Business
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The dishonesty of honest people: A theory of self-concept maintenance
N Mazar, O Amir, D Ariely
Journal of marketing research 45 (6), 633-644, 2008
Do green products make us better people?
N Mazar, CB Zhong
Psychological science 21 (4), 494-498, 2010
Large stakes and big mistakes
D Ariely, U Gneezy, G Loewenstein, N Mazar
The Review of Economic Studies 76 (2), 451-469, 2009
Zero as a special price: The true value of free products
K Shampanier, N Mazar, D Ariely
Marketing science 26 (6), 742-757, 2007
Dishonesty in everyday life and its policy implications
N Mazar, D Ariely
Journal of public policy & Marketing 25 (1), 117-126, 2006
Risk preferences and aging: The “certainty effect” in older adults' decision making.
M Mather, N Mazar, MA Gorlick, NR Lighthall, J Burgeno, A Schoeke, ...
Psychology and aging 27 (4), 801, 2012
Greasing the palm: Can collectivism promote bribery?
N Mazar, P Aggarwal
Psychological Science 22 (7), 843-848, 2011
Green consumerism: moral motivations to a sustainable future
S Sachdeva, J Jordan, N Mazar
Current Opinion in Psychology 6, 60-65, 2015
A practitioner's guide to nudging
N Mazar, K Ly, M Zhao, D Soman
Harvard Business Publishing Education, 2013
Psychology, behavioral economics, and public policy
O Amir, D Ariely, A Cooke, D Dunning, N Epley, U Gneezy, B Koszegi, ...
Marketing letters 16, 443-454, 2005
Financial deprivation selectively shifts moral standards and compromises moral decisions
E Sharma, N Mazar, AL Alter, D Ariely
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 123 (2), 90-100, 2014
A 680,000-person megastudy of nudges to encourage vaccination in pharmacies
KL Milkman, L Gandhi, MS Patel, HN Graci, DM Gromet, H Ho, JS Kay, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (6), e2115126119, 2022
More ways to cheat: Expanding the scope of dishonesty
N Mazar, O Amir, D Ariely
Journal of Marketing Research 45 (6), 651-653, 2008
Probing reward function in post-traumatic stress disorder with beautiful facial images
I Elman, D Ariely, N Mazar, I Aharon, NB Lasko, ML Macklin, SP Orr, ...
Psychiatry research 135 (3), 179-183, 2005
Gender differences in the motivational processing of facial beauty
B Levy, D Ariely, N Mazar, W Chi, S Lukas, I Elman
Learning and Motivation 39 (2), 136-145, 2008
True context‐dependent preferences? The causes of market‐dependent valuations
N Mazar, B Koszegi, D Ariely
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 27 (3), 200-208, 2014
Signing at the beginning versus at the end does not decrease dishonesty
AS Kristal, AV Whillans, MH Bazerman, F Gino, LL Shu, N Mazar, D Ariely
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (13), 7103-7107, 2020
When retailing and Las Vegas meet: Probabilistic free price promotions
N Mazar, K Shampanier, D Ariely
Management Science 63 (1), 250-266, 2017
Pain of paying?—A metaphor gone literal: Evidence from neural and behavioral science
N Mazar, H Plassmann, N Robitaille, A Lindner
Rotman School of Management Working Paper, 2016
Choice architecture in conflicts of interest: Defaults as physical and psychological barriers to (dis) honesty
N Mazar, SA Hawkins
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 59, 113-117, 2015
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