Grossman, Daniel and Ryan Rahinel. “Achievement‐Based Sentimental Value as a Catalyst for Heirloom Gift‐Giving” Journal of Consumer Psychology, 32(1), 41-56.
Rahinel, Ryan, Ashley Otto, Daniel Grossman, and Joshua Clarkson. “Exposure to Brands Makes Preferential Decisions Easier” Journal of Consumer Research, 48(4), 541-561
Clarkson, Joshua, Riley Dugan, Cammy Crolic, and Ryan Rahinel. “Influencing Those Who Influence Us: The Role of Expertise in the Emergence of Minority Influence” Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 89, 103976.
Beck, Joshua, Ryan Rahinel, and Alexander Bleier. “Company Worth Keeping: Personal Control and Preferences for Brand Leaders” Journal of Consumer Research, 46(5), 871-886.
Rahinel, Ryan and Noelle Nelson. “When Brand Logos Describe the Environment: Design Instability and the Utility of Safety-Oriented Products,” Journal of Consumer Research, 43(3), 478-496.
Rahinel, Ryan, Nelson Borges Amaral, Joshua J. Clarkson, and Aaron C. Kay. “On Incidental Catalysts of Elaboration: Reminders of Environmental Structure Promote Effortful Thought,” Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 64, 1-7.
Rahinel, Ryan and Rohini Ahluwalia. “Attention Modes and Price Importance: How Experiencing and Mind-Wandering Influence the Prioritization of Changeable Stimuli,” Journal of Consumer Research, 42(2), 214-234.
Vohs, Kathleen, Joseph Redden, and Ryan Rahinel. “Physical Order Produces Healthy Choices, Generosity, Conventionality, Whereas Disorder Produces Creativity,” Psychological Science, 24(9), 1860-1867.
Rahinel, Ryan and Joseph Redden. “Brands as Product Coordinators: Matching Brands make Joint Consumption Experiences More Enjoyable,” Journal of Consumer Research, 39(6), 1290-1299.
Foster, Mary, Barbara Bell-Angus, and Ryan Rahinel. “‘All in the Hall’ or ‘Sage on the Stage’: Learning in Leadership Development Programs,” Leadership and Organizational Development Journal, 29(6), 504-521.
O’Reilly, N., Alan Kaplan, Ryan Rahinel, and John Nadeau. “‘So you traded my favorite player, why should I buy a ticket?’: Hope, fan welfare, and competitive balance,” International Journal of Sport Finance, 3(2), 42-57.
O’Reilly, N., Ryan Rahinel, Mary Foster, and Mark Patterson.“‘Connecting’ in Mega Classes: The Netnographic Advantage,” Journal of Marketing Education, 29(1), 69-84.
O’Reilly, N., and Ryan Rahinel. “Forecasting the Importance of Media Technology in Sport: The Case of the Televised Ice Hockey Product in Canada,” International Journal of Sport Marketing and Sponsorship, 8(1), 82-97.