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Jonathan Berman

Associate Professor of Marketing

BA (Northwestern) MSc (LSE) PhD (Wharton)

Dr Jonathan Berman conducts research in judgment and decision-making and consumer behavior. His specific areas of research look at (a) consumer ethical decision-making and (b) personal financial decision-making.

Before joining London Business School, Professor Berman completed his PhD at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. His research has been published in top Marketing and Psychology journals including in Psychological Science, the Journal of Marketing Research, and the Journal of Consumer Research.

 
 

2021

Prosocial Behavior and Reputation: When Does Doing Good Lead to Looking Good?

Berman J Z; Silver I

Current Opinion in Psychology 2021 Vol 43 p 102-107 Accepted

Reconciling loss aversion and gain seeking in judged emotions

Mellers B A; Yin S; Berman J Z

Current Directions in Psychological Science 2021 Vol 30:2 p 95-102

2020

Moral choice when harming is unavoidable

Berman J Z; Kupor D

Psychological Science 2020 Vol 31:10 p 1294-1301

Passing the buck to the wealthier: reference-dependent standards of generosity

Berman J Z; Bhattacharjee A; Small D A; Zauberman G

Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 2020 Vol 157 p 45-56

2018

Discipline and desire: on the relative importance of willpower and purity in signaling virtue

Berman J Z; Small D A

Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 2018 Vol 76 p 220-230

Impediments to effective altruism: on the perceived subjectivity of charitable giving

Berman J Z; Barasch A; Levine E E; Small D A

Psychological Science 2018 Vol 29:5 p 834-844

Signaling emotion and reason in cooperation

Levine EE; Barasch A; Rand D; Berman JZ; Small DA

Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 2018 Vol 147:5 p 702-719

2016

Expense neglect in forecasting personal finances

Berman J Z; Tran A; Lynch J G; Zauberman G

Journal of Marketing Research 2016 Vol 53:4 p 535-550

When payment undermines the pitch : on the persuasiveness of pure motives in fund-raising

Barash A; Berman J Z; Small D A

Psychological Science 2016 Vol 27:10 p 1388-1397

2015

The braggart’s dilemma: on the social rewards and penalties of advertising prosocial behavior

Berman J Z; Levine E E; Barasch A; Small D A

Journal of Marketing Research 2015 Vol 52:1 p 30-104

2014

Selfish or selfless? On the signal value of emotion in altruistic behavior

Barasch A; Levine E E; Berman J Z; Small D A

Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 2014 September Vol 107:3 p 393-413

2013

Tip of the hat, wag of the finger: How moral decoupling enables consumers to admire and admonish

Bhattarcharjee A K; Berman J Z; Reed II A

Journal of Consumer Research 2013 Vol 39:6 p 1167-1184

2012

Self-interest without selfishness: The hedonic benefit of imposed self-interest

Berman J Z; Small D A

Psychological Science 2012 Vol 23:10 p 1193-1199

2020

Communication Preferences in Medical Advice Seeking

Berman J; Goksel S; Scott S

Working Paper

Self-Continuity and Admission of Unethical Behavior

Berman J; Helgason B A

Working Paper


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