Michael I. Norton focuses on Social psychology, Prosocial behavior, Happiness, Race and Social perception. Michael I. Norton combines subjects such as Racism and Perception with his study of Social psychology. His Prosocial behavior study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Well-being, Social psychology, Subjective well-being, Welfare and Interpersonal ties.
His research in Happiness intersects with topics in Life satisfaction, Survey data collection, Demographic economics and Competence. The various areas that he examines in his Race study include Diversity and Social issues. His Social perception study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Social cognition and Cognitive bias.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Happiness, Marketing, Prosocial behavior and Perception. His Social psychology research includes themes of Value, Well-being and Race. His work in Race is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Racism.
His research on Happiness often connects related areas such as Life satisfaction. Michael I. Norton studies Consumer behaviour which is a part of Marketing.
His main research concerns Social psychology, Perception, Happiness, Marketing and Well-being. Michael I. Norton studies Relationship satisfaction, a branch of Social psychology. His Perception study combines topics in areas such as Cognitive psychology, Feeling and Framing.
His research in Happiness intersects with topics in Life satisfaction, Demographic economics, Value, Time management and Prosocial behavior. His studies deal with areas such as Scarcity, Famine and Demography as well as Life satisfaction. Michael I. Norton has included themes like Meaning and Action in his Negotiation study.
Michael I. Norton mainly investigates Social psychology, Happiness, Prosocial behavior, Well-being and Perception. His primary area of study in Social psychology is in the field of Social relation. The concepts of his Happiness study are interwoven with issues in Life satisfaction, Scarcity, Famine and Labour economics.
In his research, Consumption and Subjective well-being is intimately related to Value, which falls under the overarching field of Prosocial behavior. His Well-being research incorporates elements of Epistemology, Business process reengineering, Commerce and Interpersonal communication. His studies in Perception integrate themes in fields like Developmental psychology, Opposition, Optimism and Affective forecasting.
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Wandering Minds: The Default Network and Stimulus-Independent Thought
Malia F. Mason;Michael I. Norton;John D. Van Horn;Daniel M. Wegner.
Spending money on others promotes happiness.
Elizabeth W. Dunn;Lara B. Aknin;Michael I. Norton.
The IKEA effect: When labor leads to love
Michael Irwin Norton;Daniel Mochon;Dan Ariely.
Journal of Consumer Psychology (2012)
Building a Better America—One Wealth Quintile at a Time:
Michael I. Norton;Dan Ariely.
Perspectives on Psychological Science (2011)
This Old Stereotype: The Pervasiveness and Persistence of the Elderly Stereotype
Amy J.C. Cuddy;Michael I. Norton;Susan Tufts Fiske.
Journal of Social Issues (2005)
Prosocial Spending and Well-Being: Cross-Cultural Evidence for a Psychological Universal
Lara B. Aknin;Christopher P. Barrington-Leigh;Elizabeth W. Dunn;John F. Helliwell.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2013)
Whites See Racism as a Zero-Sum Game That They Are Now Losing
Michael I. Norton;Samuel R. Sommers.
Perspectives on Psychological Science (2011)
How Elastic Are Preferences for Redistribution? Evidence from Randomized Survey Experiments
Ilyana Kuziemko;Michael Irwin Norton;Emmanuel Saez;Stefana Pentcheva Stantcheva.
The American Economic Review (2015)
Seeing race and seeming racist? Evaluating strategic colorblindness in social interaction.
Evan P. Apfelbaum;Samuel R. Sommers;Michael I. Norton.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2008)
Happiness Runs in a Circular Motion: Evidence for a Positive Feedback Loop between Prosocial Spending and Happiness
Lara B. Aknin;Elizabeth W. Dunn;Michael I. Norton.
Journal of Happiness Studies (2012)
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