Donald R. Gaffney

University of Cincinnati Doctoral Student in Marketing

Uncertainty, Inference, Knowledge and Culture

Publications

Kardes, F. R., Posavac, S. S. & Gaffney, D. R. (Forthcoming). Omission Neglect and Judgment and Inference Based on Limited Evidence. In L. R. Kahle, T. M. Lowrey & J. Huber (Eds.), Handbook of Consumer Psychology. Routledge.

Presentations

Gaffney Donald R., Ruomeng Wu, and Frank R. Kardes. "As Good as New: Cross-Cultural Differences in Losing Face and Preference of New versus Used Products" CLIK Conference (2019).

Gaffney Donald R., Robert S. Wyer Jr. and Frank R. Kardes. "It's Not You, it's Me" Three Minute Thesis Competition: Graduate Student Exposition (2019). (Click to view)

Posters

Gaffney Donald R., Robert S. Wyer Jr., and Frank R. Kardes. "Does Feeling Ignorant Give Us More Control?" Association for Consumer Research (2019).

Gaffney Donald R., Emma Neybert, Frank R. Kardes, and Robert S. Wyer Jr. "Seeing the Unseen: The Role of Distrust in Considering Missing Information" Association for Consumer Research (2019).

Neybert Emma, Donald R. Gaffney, Frank R. Kardes and Robert S. Wyer Jr. "Fake News: The Impact of a Distrust Mindset on Omission Neglect" Graduate Student Exposition (2019).

Gaffney Donald R., Ruomeng Wu, and Frank R. Kardes. "You are What You Buy: An Investigation into Metaphorical Purity and its Effect on Purchase Behavior" Graduate Student Exposition (2018).

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