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Michael Dorn
Michael Dorn
Senior Teaching and Research Assistant, University of Bern
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Call for testing interventions to prevent consumer food waste
S Stöckli, E Niklaus, M Dorn
Resources, conservation and recycling 136, 445-462, 2018
2142018
Normative prompts reduce consumer food waste in restaurants
S Stöckli, M Dorn, S Liechti
Waste management 77, 532-536, 2018
1182018
Social influence fosters the use of a reusable takeaway box
M Dorn, S Stöckli
Waste management 79, 296-301, 2018
552018
Awareness, intention, and behavior: Three empirical perspectives on predicting the purchase of abnormally shaped fruits and vegetables
S Stöckli, M Dorn
Resources, conservation and recycling 168, 105431, 2021
282021
Partitioning the choice task makes Starbucks coffee taste better
M Dorn, C Messner, M Wänke
Journal of Marketing Behavior 1 (3-4), 363-384, 2016
142016
Conformity Within the Campbell Paradigm
A Brügger, MH Dorn, C Messner, FG Kaiser
Social Psychology, 2019
72019
Pay for performance does not always increase performance
M Dorn, C Messner, J Ouertani
Zeitschrift für Arbeits-und Organisationspsychologie A&O, 2015
42015
Improving Hand Hygiene Adherence in Small Animal Hospitals: A Social Marketing Approach
B Höchli, M Dorn, G Holenweger, C Messner, S Schuller, H Rohrbach
Social Marketing Quarterly 29 (3), 257-273, 2023
2023
Improving Personality-Mining Algorithms Used for Psychological Targeting with a Psychometric Scale for Susceptibility to Social Influence
S Stöckli, BR Höchli, MH Dorn, CM Messner
2019
The better-than-average effect drives norm misperceptions
S Stöckli, MH Dorn, CM Messner
2019
Unreliable is Better
S Stöckli, C Messner, M Sterchi, M Dorn
Die Unternehmung 73 (2), 167-180, 2019
2019
Do you cut in line? Predicting individuals’ compliance to social norms from day-to-day behavior
MH Dorn, A Gadient-Brügger, CM Messner
2016
A double-edged sword: How perceived variety and perceived choice difficulty jointly determine consumers’ satisfaction with a customized product
MH Dorn, CM Messner, A Gadient-Brügger
2015
Large Assortments Are a Double-Edged Sword: How Perceived Variety and Perceived Choice Difficulty Jointly Predict Consumers’ Satisfaction
M Dorn, A Brügger, C Messner
ACR North American Advances, 2015
2015
Pralines from a smaller gift box taste better
MH Dorn, CM Messner
2014
Repeatedly experiencing information overload in a product customization: a case of sequential overchoice
MH Dorn, A Gadient-Brügger, CM Messner
2014
Sequential overchoice in product customization
MH Dorn, A Gadient-Brügger, CM Messner
2013
Eine Vorlesung dauert 90 Minuten
CM Messner, MH Dorn
NZZ Campus, 2013
2013
Balance Theory in eWOM: Even if You Red-Flag this Product, I Like it, as I Dislike You
M Dorn, C Messner
2013
Devaluing the recommendation of a proficient but dissimilar reviewer
MH Dorn, CM Messner
2012
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