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Eric Hamerman, Ph.D.

Selected Publications

Hamerman, Eric J., Abigail B. Schneider, and Susan G. Rozensher (2019). "Disgust sensitivity and kosher food preferences among the non-Jewish population in the US," Appetite, 143(12), 104413-104422.

Hamerman, Eric J., Fredrica Rudell, and Chrissy M. Martins (2018). “Factors that predict taking restaurant leftovers: Strategies for reducing food waste,” Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 17(1), 94-104.

Hamerman, Eric J., and Abigail B. Schneider (2018). "The role of disgust sensitivity in volunteer recruitment and retention", International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing, 23(2), 1597-1606.

Hamerman, Eric J. (2016). “Implications of cooking and animal reminder disgust sensitivity for attending events that serve insect-based foods,” Appetite, 96(1), 319-326.

Hamerman, Eric J., and Carey K. Morewedge (2015). "Reliance on luck: identifying which achievement goals elicit superstitious behavior," Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 41(3), 323-335.

Hamerman, Eric J., Johar, Gita V. (2013), "Conditioned superstition: desire for control and consumer brand preferences," Journal of Consumer Research, 40(3), 428-443.