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Title: Impulse Buying: Designing for Self-Control with E-commerce Open Access Deposited

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  • Study 3: Online Experiment testing how the felt urge to purchase changes after an approximate 25 hours postponement. Data include main dependent variables and demographic data on participants. Study 4: In-lab experiment testing how the number of impulse purchases and dollars spent impulsively is affected by a 10 minute delay. Data include main dependent variables and demographic data on participants. Study 5: Online experiment testing how the felt urge to purchase changes after an approximate 3.5 hours postponement spent either reflecting on the purchase or distracted from the purchase. Data include main dependent variables and demographic data on participants.
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  • These data, survey instruments (including informed consent) and analysis scripts come from Carol Moser's dissertation titled, Impulse Buying: Designing for Self-Control with E-commerce.
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  • moserc@umich.edu
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  • IRB determined that no re-consent was required to deposit and distribute this data.
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  • 03/18/2020
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  • 03/18/2020
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  • https://doi.org/10.7302/xj8r-sy16
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Moser, C., Schoenebeck, S., Resnick, P. (2020). Impulse Buying: Designing for Self-Control with E-commerce [Data set]. University of Michigan - Deep Blue. https://doi.org/10.7302/xj8r-sy16

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