His scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Regret, Disappointment, Consumer behaviour and Feeling. He interconnects Empirical research and Service in the investigation of issues within Social psychology. His Regret study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Actuarial science, Decision theory, Cognition and Anticipation.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Outcome and TRACE in addition to Disappointment. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Consumer behaviour, concentrating on Services marketing and frequently concerns with Valence, Profitability index, Consumer satisfaction and Service research. His Feeling study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Phenomenon, Possession, Attractiveness, Common sense and Appeal.
Marcel Zeelenberg mainly investigates Social psychology, Regret, Disappointment, Feeling and Cognitive psychology. His work carried out in the field of Social psychology brings together such families of science as Context and Outcome. He has included themes like Counterfactual thinking, Actuarial science, Lottery, Consumer behaviour and Anticipation in his Regret study.
His study explores the link between Lottery and topics such as Attendance that cross with problems in Cluster randomised controlled trial. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Pride and Feeling. Marcel Zeelenberg combines topics linked to Cognition with his work on Affect.
Marcel Zeelenberg mostly deals with Social psychology, Regret, Lottery, Behavior change and Attendance. His Social psychology research integrates issues from Context and Pride. Marcel Zeelenberg usually deals with Context and limits it to topics linked to Affect and Audit and Outcome.
His Regret study incorporates themes from Counterfactual thinking, Valuation and Labour economics. His studies in Counterfactual thinking integrate themes in fields like Incentive, Earnings, Disappointment and Self-control. His Anger study also includes fields such as
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Preference, Anger, Self-control and Compensation. His Social psychology research includes themes of Context, Empirical research and Morality. His work deals with themes such as Choice set, Budget constraint, Neglect, Public economics and Experiential learning, which intersect with Preference.
His research in Anger focuses on subjects like Empathy, which are connected to Aggression, Harm, Donation, Anger in and Psychotherapist. His Self-control study combines topics in areas such as Counterfactual thinking, Attendance, Gerontology and Behavior change. His research in Affect tackles topics such as Compliance which are related to areas like Feeling.
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Estimating the reproducibility of psychological science
Alexander A. Aarts;Joanna E. Anderson;Christopher J. Anderson;Peter R. Attridge;Peter R. Attridge.
Data analysis 2
Fieke M. A. Wagemans;Mark Brandt;Marcel Zeelenberg.
Beyond valence in customer dissatisfaction: A review and new findings on behavioral responses to regret and disappointment in failed services
M. Zeelenberg;R. Pieters.
Journal of Business Research (2004)
Angry Customers Don't Come Back, They Get Back: The Experience and Behavioral Implications of Anger and Dissatisfaction in Services
Roger Bougie;Rik Pieters;Marcel Zeelenberg.
Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science (2003)
A Theory of Regret Regulation 1.0
Marcel Zeelenberg;Rik Pieters.
Journal of Consumer Psychology (2007)
Anticipated regret, expected feedback and behavioral decision making
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making (1999)
Regret in Decision Making
Terry Connolly;Marcel Zeelenberg.
Current Directions in Psychological Science (2002)
Leveling up and down: the experiences of benign and malicious envy.
Niels van de Ven;Marcel Zeelenberg;Rik Pieters.
Consequences of regret aversion : effects of expected feedback on risky decision making
M Marcel Zeelenberg;J Beattie;van der J Pligt;de Nk Koen Vries.
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes (1996)
On bad decisions and disconfirmed expectancies: The psychology of regret and disappointment
Marcel Zeelenberg;Wilco W. van Dijk;Antony Stephen Reid Manstead;Joop van der Pligt.
Cognition & Emotion (2000)
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