Prof. Danit Ein-Gar
Prof. Danit Ein-Gar
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Giving from a distance: Putting the charitable organization at the center of the donation appeal
D Ein‐Gar, L Levontin
Journal of Consumer Psychology 23 (2), 197-211, 2013
When blemishing leads to blossoming: The positive effect of negative information
D Ein-Gar, B Shiv, ZL Tormala
Journal of Consumer Research 38 (5), 846-859, 2012
Not all great minds think alike: Systematic and intuitive cognitive styles
L Sagiv, A Amit, D Ein‐Gar, S Arieli
Journal of Personality 82 (5), 402-417, 2014
Acts of emptying promote self‐focus: A perceived resource deficiency perspective
L Levontin, D Ein‐Gar, AY Lee
Journal of Consumer Psychology 25 (2), 257-267, 2015
Why won’t they participate? Barriers to participation in worksite health promotion programmes
S Toker, CA Heaney, D Ein-Gar
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 24 (6), 866-881, 2015
The role of consumer self-control in the consumption of virtue products
D Ein-Gar, J Goldenberg, L Sagiv
International Journal of Research in Marketing 29 (2), 123-133, 2012
The “Sprinter effect”: When self‐control and involvement stand in the way of sequential performance
D Ein‐Gar, Y Steinhart
Journal of Consumer Psychology 21 (3), 240-255, 2011
Taking control: An integrated model of dispositional self-control and measure
D Ein-Gar, J Goldenberg, L Sagiv
Advances in Consumer Research 35, 542-550, 2008
Overriding “doing wrong” and “not doing right”: Validation of the dispositional self-control scale (DSC)
D Ein-Gar, L Sagiv
Journal of personality assessment 96 (6), 640-653, 2014
Committing under the shadow of tomorrow: Self‐control and commitment to future virtuous behaviors
D Ein‐Gar
Journal of Consumer Psychology 25 (2), 268-285, 2015
Self-control and task timing shift self-efficacy and influence willingness to engage in effortful tasks
D Ein-Gar, Y Steinhart
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1788, 2017
Being hedonic and becoming prudent
C Johnson, D Ein-Gar
ACR North American Advances, 2008
Commitment to Virtuous Behaviors: How Self-Control Shapes Commitment to Near Vs. Distant Behaviors
D Ein-Gar
ACR North American Advances, 2013
The Adverse Effect of Choice in Donation Decisions
D Ein‐Gar, L Levontin, T Kogut
Journal of Consumer Psychology 31 (3), 570-586, 2021
The “Commitment Projection” Effect: When Multiple Payments for a Product Affect Defection from a Service
I Nitzan, D Ein-Gar
Journal of Marketing Research 56 (5), 842-861, 2019
Charitable Maximizers: the Impact of the Maximizing Mindset on Charitable Behavior
J Ma, Y Lin, D Ein-Gar
ACR North American Advances, 2019
Consumer Self-Control, Product Attributes and the Consumption of Virtue Products
D Ein-Gar, J Goldenberg, L Sagiv
Working Paper, 2011
How does construal level influence donations to individuals and organizations
D Ein-Gar, L Levontin
ACR North American Advances, 2011
The sprinter effect: when involvement and self-control fail to overcome ego-depletion
D Ein-Gar, Y Steinhart
ACR North American Advances, 2009
The Neglected Victim Effect
D Ein-Gar, L Levontin, T Kogut
Liat Levontin, Danit Ein-Gar, and Tehila Kogut (2020)," The Neglected Victim …, 2020
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