Romain Cadario

Romain Cadario
Erasmus University Rotterdam | EUR · Rotterdam School of Management (RSM)

Ph.D. in Management Sciences

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Introduction
My research in behavioral sciences focuses on innovative interventions to improve personal as well as collective health and well-being (e.g. nudge, calorie labeling, nutrition claims, green advertising). I am using various methods such as experimental designs, meta-analysis and econometrics. More information about my research at www.romaincadario.com

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Health claims on food packaging can focus on the presence of good (vs. the absence of bad) and the preservation of nature (vs. nutritional improvements). We study the frequency of use of four resulting types of claims (“clean,” “whole,” “diet,” and “enriched”) in three categories over the past ten years and contrast it with the preferences and asso...
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People exhibit a circadian rhythm in the variety of foods they eat. Many people happily eat the same foods for breakfast day after day, yet seek more variety in the foods they eat for lunch and dinner. We identify psychological goals as a driver of this diurnal pattern of variety seeking, complementing other biological and cultural drivers. People...
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Medical artificial intelligence is cost-effective and scalable and often outperforms human providers, yet people are reluctant to use it. We show that resistance to the utilization of medical artificial intelligence is driven by both the subjective difficulty of understanding algorithms (the perception that they are a ‘black box’) and by an illusor...
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The prevalence of obesity is growing unabatedly despite the considerable efforts directed at the problem. Although abundant research has contributed to our understanding of the multifactorial causes of obesity, there is less attention to research that is relevant for guiding social marketers, public health professionals and policymakers in deliveri...
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The prevalence of obesity is growing unabatedly despite the considerable efforts directed at the problem. Although abundant research has contributed to our understanding of the multifactorial causes of obesity, there is less attention to research that is relevant for guiding social marketers, public health professionals and policymakers in deliveri...
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Researchers have considered individual and organizational factors of ethical decision making. However, they have little interest in situational factors (McClaren, Journal of Business Ethics 112(1):101–125, 2013) which is surprising given the many situations sales persons face. We address this issue using two pilot qualitative studies successively a...
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We examine the effectiveness in field settings of seven healthy eating nudges, classified according to whether they are (1) cognitively oriented, such as “descriptive nutritional labeling,” “evaluative nutritional labeling,” or “visibility enhancements”; (2) affectively oriented, such as “hedonic enhancements or “healthy eating calls”; or (3) behav...
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Governments and companies that want to promote healthier eating must consider both the effectiveness and the acceptance of the 'nudges' given to consumers. Our review of the literature uncovers a wide range of nudges towards healthy eating, from nutrition labeling to portion size reductions, which are found to vary greatly in effectiveness and leve...
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According to Pandelaere et al. (2011), bigger numbers of units in quantitative attribute information lead to greater perceived attribute differences, making it more likely that consumers will choose a higher-attribute option. We replicate this unit effect for the carbon emissions metrics displayed in car advertisements, and extend it to show that h...
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This article examines the dynamic impact of online word-of-mouth (WOM) on US television show viewership. With WOM data collected from the Internet Movie Database website, we find that the cumulative volume of online WOM has significant explanatory power for viewership over time. Consistent with the mere exposure effect theory, the dynamic impact of...
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En recherche expérimentale, les chercheurs en marketing discrétisent souvent les variables quantitatives pour tester leur caractère modérateur. Cet article pédagogique explique les limites d’une telle pratique et illustre les étapes des analyses spotlight et floodlight à conduire suivant que la variable modératrice considérée présente ou non des va...
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Experimental research scholars often discretize quantitative variables when testing moderation. This pedagogical article addresses the limitations of this approach and considers when and how spotlight and floodlight analyses should be used depending on whether the moderating variable at stake shows or does not show meaningful focal values.

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