Trudel, Remi, Jill Klein, Sankar Sen and Niraj Dawar (Forthcoming). “Feeling Good by Doing Good: Self-Enhancing through Ethical Consumption,” Journal of Business Ethics


Trudel, Remi (2019), “Sustainable Consumer Behavior”, Consumer Psychology Review, 2(1), 85-96

Whitley, Sarah, Remi Trudel and Didem Kurt (2018), “The Influence of Purchase Motivation on Perceived Preference Uniqueness and Assortment Size Preferences”, Journal of Consumer Research, 45(4), 710-724


Reczek, Rebecca, Remi Trudel and Katherine White (2018), “Focusing on the Forest or the Trees:  How Abstract versus Concrete Construal Level Predicts Responses to Sustainable Products,” Journal of Environmental Psychology, 57, 87-98

            * Equal authorship


Sun, Monic and Remi Trudel* (2017), “The Effect of Recycling versus Trashing on Consumption: Theory and Experimental Evidence,” Journal of Marketing Research, 54(2), 293-305.

            * Equal authorship


Meng, Matthew and Remi Trudel (2017), “Using Emoticons to Encourage Students to Recycle,” Journal of Environmental Education, 48(3), 196-204.


Kettle, Keri, Remi Trudel, Simon Blanchard and Gerald Häubl (2016), “Repayment Concentration and Consumer Motivation to Get Out of Debt,” Journal of Consumer Research, 43(3), 460-477.


Trudel, Remi, Jennifer Argo, and Matthew Meng (2016), “The Recycled Self: Consumers’ Disposal Decision of Identity–Linked Products,” Journal of Consumer Research, 43(2), 246-264.


Trudel, Remi, Jennifer Argo, and Matthew Meng (2016), “Trash or Recycle, How Product Distortion Leads to Categorization Error During Disposal.” Environment and Behavior, 48(7), 966-985.


Trudel, Remi, Kyle B. Murray, Soyoung Kim, and Shuo Chen (2015), “The Impact of Traffic Light Color-Coding on Food Health Perceptions and Choice.” Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 21(3), 255-275.  


Trudel, Remi and Jennifer Argo (2013), “The Effect of Product Size and Form Distortion on Consumer Recycling Behavior,” Journal of Consumer Research, 40(4), 632-643.


Trudel, Remi and Kyle B. Murray (2013), “Self-Regulatory Strength Amplification through Selective Information Processing,” Journal of Consumer Psychology, 23(1), 61-73.


Trudel, Remi, Kyle B. Murray and June Cotte (2012), “Beyond Expectations: The Effect of Regulatory Focus in Consumer Satisfaction,” International Journal of Research in Marketing, 29(March), 93-97.


Noseworthy, Theodore, and Remi Trudel (2011), “Looks Interesting, but What Does It Do? Evaluation of Incongruent Product Form Depends on Positioning,” Journal of Marketing Research, 48(6), 1008-1019.


Trudel, Remi and Kyle B. Murray (2011), “Why Didn’t I Think of That? Self-Regulation through Selective Information Processing,” Journal of Marketing Research, 48(4), 701-712.


Trudel, Remi and June Cotte (2009), “Does It Pay to Be Good” MIT/Sloan Management Review, 50(winter), 61-68.



Whitley, Sarah, Remi Trudel and Didem Kurt (2018), “How Many Versions of a Product Do Consumers Really Want?” Harvard Business Review (

Alvarez, Claudio and Remi Trudel (2018), “Branding Consumer Well-Being and Motivating Prosocial Consumption,” Brand Touch Points, Aparna Sundar (ed), Nova Science Publishing


Trudel, Remi (2016, December 27), “Research: The Best Strategy for Paying Off Credit”, Harvard Business Review ( 


Trudel, Remi (2016, October 7), “The Behavioral Economics of Recycling”, Harvard Business Review (


Sekhon, Tejvir, Barb Bickart, Remi Trudel, and Susan Fournier (2015), “Being a Likeable Braggart: How Consumers Use Brand Mentions for Self-Presentation on Social Media”, in Consumer Psychology in a Social Media World, Dimofte, Haugtvedt, and Yalch (eds.). Armonk, NY: ME Sharpe.


Trudel, Remi and June Cotte (2008, May 18), “Does being ethical pay?” Wall Street Journal. 


Cotte, June and Remi Trudel (2009), “Socially Conscious Consumerism: A Systematic Review of the Body of Knowledge,” Network for Business Sustainability.