Associate Professor of Marketing
Caleb Warren joined the Eller College of Management in 2016 after previously working as an assistant professor of marketing at Texas A&M University and Bocconi University. His areas of expertise include humor, symbolic value and goal pursuit. Specifically, he studies consumer psychology and investigates consumer responses to behaviors that part from the norm. He is affiliated with various professional organizations including the Association for Consumer Research, the Society for Consumer Psychology and the American Marketing Association.
- Consumer behavior
- MKTG 450 Consumer Behavior
- MKTG 460 Digital Marketing
Warren, C. & Mohr, G. S. 2018. Ironic Consumption. Journal of Consumer Research. Forthcoming.
Warren, C. Barsky, A. & McGraw, A.P. 2018. Humor, Comedy, and Consumer Behavior. Journal of Consumer Research, 45, 529-552.
Warren, C. Pezzuti, T. & Koley S. 2018. Is Being Emotionally Inexpressive Cool? Journal of Consumer Psychology, 28, 560-577.
Warren, C. & McGraw, A.P. 2016. When Do Humorous Marketing Communications Hurt Brands? Journal of Marketing Behavior, 2, 39-67.
Warren, C. & McGraw, A.P. 2016. Warren, When Do Humorous Marketing Communications Hurt Brands? Journal of Marketing Behavior. (Forthcoming)
Warren, C. & McGraw, A.P. 2016. Differentiating What Is Humorous From What Is Not. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 110, 407-430.
Warren, C. & McGraw, A.P. 2015. Opinion: What Makes Things Humorous.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 112, 7105-6.
Campbell, M.C. & Warren, C. 2015. Goal Monitoring: When One Step Forward Seems Larger Than One Step Back. Journal of Consumer Research, 41, 1316-31. (Equal authorship)
McGraw, A. P., Warren, C., & Kan, C. 2015. Humorous Complaining. Journal of Consumer Research, 41, 1153-71.
Bauman, C.W., McGraw, A.P., Bartels, D. & Warren, C. 2014. Revisiting External Validity: Concerns about Trolley Problems and Other Sacrificial Dilemmas in Moral Psychology. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 8/9, 536-54.
Warren, C. & Campbell, M. C. 2014. What Makes Things Cool? How Autonomy Influences Perceptions of Coolness. Journal of Consumer Research. 41, 543-563. *Winner of the Robert Ferber Award
McGraw, A.P., Williams, L.E., & Warren, C. 2014. The Rise and Fall of Humor: Psychological Distance Modulates Humorous Responses to Tragedy.
Social Psychological and Personality Science, 5, 566-572
McGraw, A.P., Warren, C., Williams, L.E., & Leonard, B. 2012. Too Close For Comfort or Too Far to Care? Finding Humor in Distant Tragedies and Close Mishaps. Psychological Science, 23, 1215-1223.
Campbell, M.C. & Warren, C. 2012. A Risk of Meaning Transfer: Are Negative Associations More Likely to Transfer than Positive Associations. Social Influence, 7, 172-92. (Equal authorship)
Warren, C., McGraw, A.P., Van Boven, L. 2011. Values and Preferences: Defining Preference Construction. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science, 2, 193-205.
McGraw, A. P. & Warren, C. 2010. Benign Violations: Making Immoral Behavior Funny. Psychological Science, 21, 1141-1149. (Equal authorship)
Assistant Professor of Marketing
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX
2013 – 2016
Assistant Professor of Marketing
2010 – 2013
Editorial Review Board
Journal of Consumer Research
Society for Consumer Psychology
Association for Consumer Research
European Marketing Academy
The Lalonde Conference
Awards and Honors
- Ferber Award for the best interdisciplinary dissertation article published in JCR, October 2015
- Mays Competitive Summer Research Grant, Summer 2015
- Marketing Science Institute Grant: “Humorous Complaining,” January 2011 (w/ A. P. McGraw & C. Kan).
- Marketing Science Institute Grant: “On the Relationship Between Humor and Brand Attitude,” July 2010 (w/ A. P. McGraw).
- AMA-Sheth Doctoral Consortium Fellow, Atlanta, GA, June 2009
- Gerald Hart Research Fellowship, University of Colorado, Summer 2006 and 2008