Greenberg, Adam Eric, and Cassie Mogilner, “Consumer Debt and Satisfaction in Life.” (Revision resubmitted to Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied)
Gladstone, Joe J.*, Adam Eric Greenberg*, Jon M. Jachimowicz*, and Adam D. Galinsky, “Financial Shame Spirals: Why Shame Intensifies Financial Hardship.” (Revision requested at Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes)
Greenberg, Adam Eric, "The Asymmetric Effects of Rankings on Consumer Choice."
Overton, Graham, and Adam Eric Greenberg, "Scarcity Judgments Are All Relative: How Valuations of Scarce Goods Depend on the Presence of Alternatives."
Gladstone, Joe J., Adam Eric Greenberg, and Janice Sanchez, "Reappraising the Emotional Toll of Poverty: Cognitive Reappraisal Buffers Against Financial Insecurity of Low-Income Consumers.”
Greenberg, Adam Eric, Hal E. Hershfield, Suzanne B. Shu, and Stephen A. Spiller, “What Motivates Social Security Claiming Age Intentions? Testing Behaviorally-Informed Interventions Alongside Individual Differences,” NBER Retirement Research Center Paper No. 18-06.
Greenberg, Adam Eric, Hal E. Hershfield, John W. Payne, Suzanne B. Shu, and Stephen A. Spiller, “Exploring How Uncertainty in Longevity Estimates Predicts Social Security Claiming Decisions,” NBER Retirement Research Center Paper No. 17-09.
Jachimowicz, Jon M.*, Ruo Mo*, and Adam Eric Greenberg, “Money Predicts Frequent but Not Intense or Persistent Happiness.”
Greenberg, Adam Eric*, Emma E. Levine*, and Matthew Lupoli* (2018), “When Is It OK to Tell a Well-Meaning Lie?” Harvard Business Review, (September 4).
Greenberg, Adam Eric (2013), “When Imagining Future Wealth Influences Risky Decision Making,” Judgment and Decision Making, 8 (3), 268-277.
Flynn, Sean Masaki*, and Adam Eric Greenberg* (2012), “Does Weather Actually Affect Tipping? An Empirical Analysis of Time-Series Data,” Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 42 (3), 702-716.