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Jeff Larson earned his PhD in Marketing from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania in 2006. Since that time, he has taught at the Marriott School of Management at BYU. He teaches courses on Marketing Research and Internet Marketing and is the author of the top-selling Internet Marketing textbook, Digital Marketing Essentials. Dr. Larson has published in the International Journal of Research in Marketing, the Journal of Marketing Research, the Journal of Consumer Psychology, and the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition. His research on consumer judgment processes as well as his research on statistical methods has been featured in top media outlets, including Good Morning America, CBS This Morning, NPR, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Washington Post, among others.
- "Adaptation and Fallibility in Experts' Judgments of Novice Performers", Adaptation and Fallibility in Experts' Judgments of Novice Performers, Edition 2, Volume 43, Issue 2, Pages 271-288, Journal of Experiment Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, Robert L. Greene, 2017.
- "Internet Marketing Essentials", Edition 1, Volume 1, Issue 1, Stukent.com, Idaho Fall, ID, 2014.
- "Satiation from Sensory Simulation: Evaluating Foods Decreases Enjoyment of Similar Foods", Journal of Consumer Psychology, 2014.
- "Consumer Behavior in "Equilibrium": How Experiencing Physical Balance Can Affect Marketplace Behaviors", Journal of Marketing Research, Edition 4, Volume 50, Issue 4, Pages 535-547, 2013.
- "When Budgeting Backfires: How Self-Imposed Price Restraints Can Increase Spending", Journal of Marketing Research, Edition 2, Volume 49, Issue 2, Pages 218-230, Tulin Erdem, 2012.
- "An Exploratory Look at Supermarket Shopping Paths", International Journal of Research in Marketing, Volume 22, Pages 395-414, Elsevier, 2005.
- Jan-Benedict E. M. Steenkamp Award for Long-Term Impact , International Journal of Research in Marketing