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SCP 2021 is officially in the books! Thank you to conference co-chairs Rod Duclos (Ivey Business School) and Sarah Moore (University of Alberta) for hosting an outstanding event. We were thrilled to welcome more than 600 attendees from 31 countries and to see so many faces in all the virtual sessions. Thanks to co-chairs Ryan Elder (Brigham Young University and Adriana Samper (Arizona State University) for organizing an exceptional doctoral consortium, which also broke attendance records, with 150 PhD students in attendance.We are pleased to share results of the SCP elections for President and Secretary/Treasurer, which were announced at the conference.President Elect: Gita Johar, Meyer Feldberg Professor of Business and Vice Dean for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Columbia UniversitySecretary-Treasurer: Brent McFerran, W.J. Van Dusen Associate Professor of Marketing, Simon Fraser UniversityIn addition, we’re excited to share the results of the JCP and SCP Awards, which were presented at the conference.JCP Park Best Paper by an Early Contributor Award This award is given to the best refereed paper by an “early career contributor” published in the Journal of Consumer Psychology in 2020. An early career contributor is defined as a scholar whose work is published within two years of receiving his or her Ph.D. (or a scholar who had not yet received their PhD when the paper was published). The paper does not have to be the scholar’s dissertation, just one that the scholar has first-authored (or shared first authorship). All eligible papers were reviewed by a committee (David Wooten, University of Michigan, chair, David Faro, London Business School, and Rebecca Reczek, Ohio State University) who chose an honorable mention and a winner for the award. The winner receives a $2500 cash award.Winner: Brandon Reich, Portland State University, for the paper (co-authored with Matthew Pittman), “An Appeal to Intimacy: Consumer Response to Platform-Appeal Fit on Social Media,” Journal of Consumer Psychology, 30, 4, 2020, 660-670; https://doi.org/10.1002/jcpy.1154Honorable Mention:Kellen Mrkva, Columbia University, for the paper (co-authored with Eric J. Johnson, Simon Gächter, and Andreas Herrman) “Moderating Loss Aversion: Loss Aversion Has Moderators, but Reports of its Death are Greatly Exaggerated,” Journal of Consumer Psychology, 30, 3, 2020. 407-428; https://doi.org/10.1002/jcpy.1156JCP Park Best Paper Award This award is given to the best refereed paper published three years prior in the Journal of Consumer Psychology; so, this year for papers published in 2018. Papers are first nominated via vote by the JCP Editorial Review Board. The papers that received the most nominations were then reviewed by a committee (David Wooten, chair, David Faro and Rebecca Reczek) who chose an honorable mention and a winner for the award.The authors of the winning paper share a $5000 cash award.Winner: Bhavya Mohan, Tobais Schlager, Rohit Deshpandé, and Michael I. Norton (2018), “Consumers Avoid Buying from Firms with Higher CEO-to-Worker Pay Ratios,” Journal of Consumer Psychology, 28, 2, 344-352; https://doi.org/10.1002/jcpy.1033Honorable Mention: Dan Ariely, Uri Gneezy, and Ernan Haruvy (2018), “Social Norms and the Price of Zero,” Journal of Consumer Psychology, 28, 2, 180-191; https://doi.org/10.1002/jcpy.1018SCP Schumann Dissertation Competition Award The Schumann Dissertation Competition seeks to provide feedback to doctoral students by accomplished scholars in order to improve the quality of dissertations in consumer psychology. Winning this competition is the highest honor that a doctoral student can receive from SCP. Thank you to Shailendra Jain, who chairs the SCP Education and Training Committee, the students who all submitted their work, and generous team of reviewers who read each submission and provided their feedback and evaluations. This year, two papers were chosen to receive honorable mention and one award winning paper. The winner receives a $1000 cash award.Winner: Qin Wang, Arizona State University, “How Cultural Differences in Thinking Style Influence Compensatory Consumption.” Advisors: Monica Lisjak and Naomi Mandel (Arizona State University)Honorable Mention: Tito L.H. Grillo, University of Texas at Austin, “Learning to Take Risks: Three Essays on How Consumers’ Early Life Experiences Shape Lasting Adaptive Risk-Taking Tendencies.” Advisor: Adrian Ward, University of Texas at AustinJay Zenkić, University of Melbourne, “When Cash Costs You: The Pain of Holding.” Advisors: Kobe Millet, Vrije University, and Nicole L. Mead, York UniversitySCP Early Career Award The Early Career Award is bestowed upon research within eight years of receiving a Ph.D and recognizes emerging scholars who’s research shows promise in shaping consumer psychology. Kathleen Vohs chairs the Scientific Affairs Committee and solicits nominations for this award. This year, she was assisted in choosing the winners by an ad-hoc committee comprised of Susan Broniarczyk (chair; UT Austin), Ryan Hamilton (Emory University), and Cassie Mogliner Holmes (UCLA). The committee selected two outstanding young scholars as 2021 recipients of the Early Career Award: Daniella Kupor, Boston UniversityPeggy Liu, University of PittsburghSCP Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award The Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award is bestowed upon scholars who received a Ph.D. more than eight years prior to the year in which they receive the award. Winners are recognized for their exemplary scientific contributions to consumer psychology as evidenced by scholarly impact, rather than sheer productivity. Kathleen Vohs also chairs this award process and solicited nominations.This year, she was assisted in choosing winners by an ad-hoc committee comprised of James Bettman (chair; Duke University), Valerie Folks (USC), and Americus Reed (University of Pennsylvania).Susan Fournier, Al Questrom Professor and Dean at the Questrom School of Business, Boston UniversitySCP Fellows The Fellows Award represents SCP’s highest honor—the award recognizes senior scholars who received a PhD 15 or more years prior, and who have made outstanding and unusual contributions to consumer psychology through both their research and their service. Evaluation criteria include not only scholarly impact, but also institutional and field leadership. The criteria of “outstanding and unusual” goes beyond the mere existence of relevant publications and evidence of steady and continuing competence, which are necessary, but not sufficient, indicators. To receive this award, a scholar’s publications must include impressive work and have an impact upon others. Long-term SCP membership and activity are important criteria. An exceptional record of scholarly performance, impact and service over time must be demonstrated. The committee to choose SCP Fellows is Vicki Morwitz (chair, Columbia University), Barbara Kahn (University of Pennsylvania), and Debbie MacInnis (USC). This year the committee selected three extraordinary SCP Fellows: Cornelia (Connie) Pechmann, Professor of Marketing, University of California, IrvineLaura Peracchio, Judith H. and Gale E. Klappa Endowed Professor, University of Wisconsin, MilwaukeeDeborah Roedder John, Curtis L. Carlson Chair, University of MinnesotaThank you to each of the committees who gathered nominations and selected these winners. Congratulations to the winners in each category. The presentations made by the 2021 SCP Early Career, Distinguished Scientific Award, and Fellows recipients were recorded. Those recordings are currently available via the Whova app to all who registered for the conference. They will subsequently be made available to all on the SCP website.

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