HYUNJUNG CRYSTAL LEE
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HYUNJUNG CRYSTAL LEE

Profesor Visitante de Marketing

Educación

Doctorado en Marketing, Universidad de Texas en Austin. 

Master en Psicología Social, Universidad Nacional de Seúl. 

Grado en Psicología con minor en Biología, Universidad de North Carolina en Chapel Hill. 

Publicaciones seleccionadas

Lee, Hyun Jung, Sunaina Chugani, and Jaeeun Namkoong (2022), “The role of entitlement and perceived resources in gratitude’s effect on materialism: Longitudinal and situational effects,” Journal of Business Research, 139, 993-1003. 

De Vries, Eline L.E. and Hyun Jung Lee (in press, 2022), “Friend-Shield Protection from the Crowd: How Close Friendships Make Us Seem Invulnerable to Covid-19,” Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied. 

Lee, Hyun Jung and Eline de Vries (2021), “For or Against the Strikes: Respecting consumers' needs and gaining their hearts,” Advances in Consumer Research, 49.

Lee, Kyuhyun, Kwangsun Yu, and Hyun Jung Lee (2017), "Cooperative Resurgence: The Effect of Government and Private Institution's Cooperative Program on Small Traders and Enterpriser's Resurgence and Policy Implications for Customer Satisfaction," Academy of Customer Satisfaction Management, 19 (4), 2017, 107-127.

Nelson, S. Katherine, Matthew D. Della Porta, Katherine Jacobs Bao, Hyun Jung Lee, Incheol Choi, and Sonja Lyubomirsky (2015), “‘It’s Up to You’: Experimentally Manipulated Autonomy Support for Prosocial Behavior Improves Well-Being in Two Cultures Over Six Weeks,” Journal of Positive Psychology, 10 (5), 463-476.

Lee, Hyun Jung, and Andrew D. Gershoff (2014), “Thanks For What I’ve Got and Thanks For What I’ve Not: the Effects of Two Types of Gratitude on Prosocial Spending For Close and Distant Others,” Advances in Consumer Research, 42, 795-795. 

Layous, Kristin, Hyun Jung Lee, Incheol Choi, and Sonja Lyubomirsky (2013), “Culture Matters When Designing a Successful Happiness-Increasing Activity: A Comparison of the United States and South Korea,” Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 44 (8), 1294-1303.