Morren, M., Mol, J. M., Blasch, J., & Malek, Z. (2021). Changing diets–testing the impact of knowledge and information nudges on sustainable dietary choices. Journal of Environmental Psychology, online first ,
Morren, M., & Grinstein, A. (2021). The cross-cultural challenges of integrating personal norms into the Theory of Planned Behavior: A meta-analytic structural equation modeling (MASEM) approach. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 75, 101593,
Perez, D., Steinhart, Y., Grinstein, A., & Morren, M. (2021). Consistency in identity-related sequential decisions. PloS one, 16(12), e0260048,
Morren, M., & Paas, L. J. (2020). Short and long instructional manipulation checks: What do they measure?. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 32(4), 790-800,
Shuval, K., Fennis, B. M., Li, Q., Grinstein, A., Morren, M., & Drope, J. (2019). Health & wealth: Is weight loss success related to monetary savings in US adults of low-income? Findings from a National Study. BMC Public Health, 19(1), 1-7,
Paas, L., & Morren, M. (2018). Please do not answer if you are reading this: respondent attention in online panels. Marketing Letters, 29 (1), 13-2,
Morren, M., & Grinstein, A. (2016). Explaining environmental behavior across borders: A meta-analysis. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 47, 91-106,
Morren, M., Gelissen, J. P.T.M., & Vermunt, J. K. (2013). Exploring the response process of culturally differing survey respondents with a response style: A sequential mixed methods study. Field Methods, 25(2), 162-181,
Morren, M., Gelissen, J. P.T.M., & Vermunt, J. K. (2012). The impact of controlling for extreme responding on measurement equivalence in cross-cultural research. Methodology, 8,  159-170,
Morren, M., Gelissen, J. P.T.M., & Vermunt, J. K. (2012). Response strategies and response styles in cross-cultural surveys. Cross-Cultural Research, 46(3), 255-279,
Morren, M., Gelissen, J. P.,T.M. & Vermunt, J. K. (2011). Dealing with extreme response style in cross-cultural research: A restricted latent class factor analysis approach. Sociological Methodology, 41(1), 13–47,
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