Schwartz, J. (2018). Health decision making. Consumer Psychology Review, 1, 107-122.

Loewenstein, G., Hagmann, D., Schwartz, J., Ericson, K., Kessler, J., Bhargava, S., Blumenthal-Barby, J., D’Aunno, T., Handel, B., Kolstad, J., Nussbaum, D., Shaffer, V., Skinner, J., Ubel, P., Zikmund-Fisher, B. (2017). A behavioralblueprint for improving healthcare policy, Behavioral Science and Policy, 3(1) 53-66.

Policastro, P., Palm, T, Schwartz, J. & Chapman, G. (2017). Targeted calorie message promotes healthy beverage consumption Better than charity incentive. Obesity, 25(8), 1428-1434.

Mochon, D., Johnson, K., Schwartz, J. & Ariely, D. (2017). What are likes worth? A field experiment of Facebook pages. Journal of Marketing Research, 54 (2), 306-317.

John, L.K., Mochon, D., Emrich, O. & Schwartz, J. (2017). What's the value of a like? Social media endorsements don't workthe way you might think, Harvard Business Review, March-April, 108-115.

Mochon, D., Schwartz, J., Maroba, J., Patel, D. & Ariely, D. (2016). Gain without pain: The extended effects of a health intervention. Management Science, 63(1), 58-72.

Schwartz, J. A., & Ariely, D. (2016). Life Is a Battlefield. The Independent Review, 20(3), 377.

Schwartz, J. (2015). Consumers and healthcare: The reluctant consumer. The Cambridge Handbook of Consumer Psychology. Cambridge University Press.

Schwartz, J., Mochon, D. Wyper, L., Maroba, J., Patel, D. & Ariely, D. (2014). Healthier by precommitment. Psychological Science, 25(2), 538-546.

Ansher, C.A., Ariely, D, Nagler, A. Rudd, M, Schwartz, J. & Shah, A. (2014). Better medicine by default. Medical Decision Making, 34(2), 147-158.

Schwartz, J., Hadler N., Ariely D., Huber J., & Emerick T. (2013) Choosing Among Employer-Sponsored Health Plans: What Drives Employee Choices?, Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 55, 305-309.

Samper A. & Schwartz J. (2013) Price Inferences for Sacred versus Secular Goods: Changing the Price of Medicine Influences Perceived Health Risk, Journal of Consumer Research, 1343–1358.

Schwartz J., Riis J., Elbel B., & Ariely D. (2012) Inviting Consumers To Downsize Fast-Food Portions Significantly Reduces Calorie Consumption, Health Affairs, 30, 1, 1-12. APPENDIX

Yang, H., Carmon, Z., Kahn, B., Malani, A., Schwartz, J.A., Volpp, K., & Wansink, B. (2012) The Hot-Cold Decision Triangle: A Framework for Healthier Choices, Mark Lett. 23, 457-472.

McGraw, A.P., Schwartz, J.A., & Tetlock, P. (2012) Using secular means to advance sacred goals: Legitimizing taboo trade-offs via relational framing, 39, Journal of Consumer Research.

Schwartz J., Luce MF., & Ariely D. (2011) Are Consumers Too Trusting? The Effects of Relationships with Expert Advisers, Journal of Marketing Research. 2011; 48: S163-S174.

Vietri, J.T., Chapman, G.B., Schwartz, J. (2009) Actor–observer Differences in Frequency-of-Use Estimates: Sometimes Strangers Know us Better Than Ourselves, Social Influence, 4, 298-311.

Brewer, N.T., Chapman, G.B., Schwartz, J.A., & Bergus, G.R. (2007) The Influence of Irrelevant Anchors on the Judgments and Choices of Doctors and Patients, Medical Decision Making. 27, 203-211.

Boothe, J., Schwartz, J.A., & Chapman, G.B. (2007) Preference Reversals Resulting from a Market Value Heuristic, Marketing Theory. 7, 27-38.

Schwartz, J.A., Chapman, G.B., & Brewer, N. (2004) The Effects of Accountability on Bias in Physician Decision Making: Going from Bad to Worse, Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 11, 1, 173-178.

Schwartz, J.A. & Chapman, G.B. (1999) Are More Options Always Better? The Attraction Effect in Physicians' Decision about Medications, Medical Decision Making, 19, 3, 315-323.