A mechanism model of the effect of hedonic product consumption on well-being
In response to recent calls for research into activities that may increase happiness, this study uses longitudinal data to investigate changes in within-subject, instead of between-subject, well-being. In the context of hedonic product consumption, this study reveals a mechanism by which consumption...
Zhong, Jing Yang
|Place of publication:||
CHICHESTER Elsevier Inc 2010
JOHN WILEY & SONS LTD
|published in:||Journal of consumer psychology Vol. 20; no. 2; pp. 152 - 162|
|Data of publication:||2010|
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|Database:||Web of Knowledge
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