REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES
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.
NON-REFEREED ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS
Whitley, Sarah, Remi Trudel and Didem Kurt (2018), “How Many Versions of a Product Do Consumers Really Want?” Harvard Business Review (HBR.org)
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 (HBR.org).
Trudel, Remi (2016, October 7), “The Behavioral Economics of Recycling”, Harvard Business Review (HBR.org).
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.