Seminars & Events
 

Learn From Faculty Whose Theories
are Reshaping the Field

 

Date

Speaker

University

Title/Paper

Time

Location

Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Robert H. Frank

Cornell University

Under the Influence: Putting Peer Pressure to Work

Recording of Seminar

12:00p.m.- 1:00 p.m. A201

Friday, January 31, 2020

Tania Lombrozo

Princeton

The Perceived Limits of Deliberation and Evidence

Recording of Seminar

12:15 p.m.-1:30 p.m. D307

Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Wandi Bruine de Bruin

USC

Age Differences in decision-making competence : Emerging research and policy

Recording of Seminar

12:00 p.m.- 1:00 p.m. B117

Friday, February 7, 2020

Marta Serra Garcia

UCSD

The Perceived Limits of Deliberation and Evidence

12:15 p.m.-1:30 p.m. A202

Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Joey Reiff 

UCLA

Lifesaving language: Using automated text-mining to understand capital punishment decisions 12:00 p.m.- 1:00 p.m. B117

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Amanda Montoya

UCLA

12:00 p.m.- 1:00 p.m. B117

Wednesday, February 26,2020

Tyler Bergstrom

UCLA

12:00 p.m.- 1:00 p.m. B117

Wednesday, March 4, 2020

Lauren Grewal

Tuck School of Business

12:00 p.m.- 1:00 pm B117

Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Jon Bogard

UCLA 12:00 p.m.- 1:00 p.m. B117

Friday, March 13, 2020

Heather Sarsons

Chicago Booth

12:15 p.m.-1:30 p.m. D307

Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Hal Hershfield

UCLA

12:00 p.m,- 1:30 p.m. B117

 

Date

Speaker

University

Title/Paper

Friday, October 11,  2019

Nir Halevy

Stanford

Strategic Thinking in Everyday Life: A Social-Cognitive Approach

Friday, October 18, 2019

Nava Ashraf

LSE

Negotiating a Better Future: How Interpersonal Skills Facilitate Inter-Generational Investment 

Friday, November 8, 2019

Joshua Knobe

Yale

The Frequent, The Good, and The Normal

Friday, December 6, 2019

Judd Kessler

Wharton

Equity Concerns are Narrowly Framed

Friday, June 7, 2019

David Robinson

Duke

Talking About the Weather: Understanding Household Demand for Green Investment
Abstract

Friday, May 31, 2019

Gretchen Chapman

Carnegie Mellon University

Changing Health Behavior without Changing Beliefs
Abstract

Friday, May 10, 2019

Christopher Hsee

University of Chicago

TBD

Friday, May 3, 2019

Ayelet Gneezy

UCSD

TBD

Friday, April 19, 2019

Dan Simon

USC

The Adversarial Mindset
Abstract

Friday, April 12, 2019

Thomas Mussweiler
(joint with M&O)

London Business School

Social Comparison: Ubiquity and Flexibility of a Basic Mechanism
Abstract

Friday, March 15, 2019

Richard Gonzalez

University of Michigan

Innovating Innovation with both Data Science and Behavioral Science
Abstract

Friday, March 1, 2019

David Rand

MIT

Fake News: Why We Fall For It and What To Do About It
Abstract

Friday, February 22, 2019

Hunt Allcott

NYU

Should We Tax Soda? Optimal Public Policy with Behavioral Bias and Regressivity
Abstract

Friday, January 25, 2019

Daniel Benjamin

USC

Social-Science Genomics: A Primer and Progress Report
Abstract

Friday, January 18, 2019

David Yang

Harvard

The Coordination Consequences of Media Censorship: Experimental Evidence from China
Abstract

Friday, January 11, 2019

Sonya Lyubomirsky

UC Riverside

Whither Happiness? When, How, and Why Might Positive Activities Boost vs. Undermine Well-Being
Abstract

December 7, 2018

Jennifer Trueblood

Vanderbilt University

The Dynamics of Context-Dependent Preferences
Abstract

November 30, 2018

Colin Camerer

Caltech

Loss Attitudes in the U.S. Population: Evidence from Dynamically Optimized Sequential Experimentation (DOSE)
Abstract

November 9, 2018

Daniel Feiler

Dartmouth

From Noise to Bias in Linked Decisions
Abstract

October 26, 2018

Carey Morewedge

Boston University

Improved Decision Making with One-Shot Training Interventions
Abstract

October 19, 2018

Uri Gneezy

UC San Diego

Stakes & Mistakes
Abstract

June 1, 2018

Charles Sprenger

UC San Diego

Direct Tests of Cumulative Prospect Theory
Abstract

May 18, 2018

Janet Schwartz

Tulane University

Bringing Ulysses to Scale: A Tale of Persistence, Spillovers and Customer Loyalty
Abstract

April 27, 2018

Ariel Rubinstein (joint with Strategy)

Tel Aviv University & NYU

A Typology of Players: Between Instinctive and Contemplative
Abstract

April 6, 2018

Anuj Shah

University of Chicago Booth School of Business

Deciding Who Gets What, Fairly
Abstract

March 15, 2018

Benjamin Enke (joint with Global Economics and Management)

Harvard University

Kinship Systems, Cooperation, and the Evolution of Culture
Abstract

March 8, 2018

Ulrike Malmendier (joint with GEM and Finance)

UC Berkeley

The Long-Lasting Effects of Propaganda on Financial Risk-Taking
Abstract

March 2, 2018

Devin Pope

University of Chicago Booth School of Business

Expanding Beyond Statistical and Taste-Based Discrimination
Abstract

February 2, 2018

Jennifer Jacquet

New York University

Experimenting with Cooperation and Climate Change
Abstract

January 19, 2018

Emir Kamenica

University of Chicago Booth School of Business

Coming apart? Lives of the rich and the poor over time" (joint with Marianne Bertrand)
Abstract

December 1, 2017

Yuval Rottenstreich

UC San Diego

Reciprocity, Attributions, and Principled Defection: On Social Roots of Non-Cooperative Behavior
Abstract

November 17, 2017

Ellen Evers

UC Berkeley

Elicitation Based Preference Reversals in Willingness to Pay and Choice
Abstract

November 3, 2017

Jason Dana

Yale University

Exposure to random anchors improves judgments
Abstract

October 20, 2017

Muriel Niederle

Stanford University

A Gender Agenda: From the Lab to the Field to Policy
Abstract

October 6, 2017

Sudeep Bhatia

University of Pennsylvania

Knowledge Representation in Decision Making
Abstract

September 15, 2017

Soo Hong Chew

National University of Singapore

Ellsberg meets Keynes: Missing Links among Sources of Uncertainty
Abstract

June 9, 2017

Art Markman

University of Texas at Austin

Evaluating Negotiation Agents
Abstract

June 2, 2017

Lisa Ordonez

University of Arizona

Goals: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
Abstract 

May 5, 2017

Paul Piff

UC Irvine

The Social Effects of Wealth
Abstract 

April 21, 2017

Nicholas Scurich

UC Irvine

Jurors' Presumption of Innocence
Abstract 

April 7, 2017

Paul Atchley

University of Kansas

Fooling ourselves: Why do we drive distracted even though we know it's dangerous?
Abstract 

March 17, 2017

Robert Meyer

Wharton

(When) Are people dynamically optimal?
Abstract

March 3, 2017

Dan Goldstein

Microsoft Research

To put that in perspective: Generating analogies that make numbers more easily understood by laypeople
Abstract

February 17, 2017

Rick Larrick

Duke University

Attributions of Creativity for Team Products
Abstract

February 3, 2017

Hilke Plassmann

INSEAD

Peacocks, Testosterone & Luxury Goods: Single-dose testosterone Administration Increases Preference for Status Goods
Abstract

January 27, 2017   

Alex Imas

Carnegie Mellon University

Can Reputation Reverse Gender Bias? A Field Experiment on the Dynamics of Discrimination
Abstract

December 9, 2016

Shane Frederick

Yale University

Risk Aversion, Hedging, and Construct (In)validity Abstract

November 18, 2016

Gregory Samanez-Larkin

Yale University

Decision Making in the Aging Brain: A Neuroeconomic Translational Approach
Abstract

November 4, 2016

Michael I. Norton

Harvard Business School

Wanting, Voting, and Paying for Greater Equality Abstract

October 28, 2016

Henghchen Dai
Faculty Recruitment Candidate
Co-sponsored with M&O Academic Area

Olin Business School

Fresh Starts: A Double-Edged Sword
Abstract

April 29, 2016

Saurabh Bhargava

Carnegie Mellon University

The Complexity of Health Plan Choice: Challenges and Policy Remedies
Abstract

April 22, 2016

Robert H. Frank

Cornell University

Success and Luck
Abstract

April 8, 2016

Gal Zauberman

Yale School of Management

How Taking Photos Affects Enjoyment and Memory of Experiences
Abstract

March 11, 2016

Maurice Schweitzer

Wharton

Bliss is Ignorance: Perceptions of Extreme versus Moderate Happiness
Abstract

February 19, 2016

Bertram Malle

Brown University

Updating the Map of Moral Judgment
Abstract

February 5, 2016

Ellen Peters

Ohio State University

Multiple Numeric Competencies in Judgment and Decisions
Abstract

January 22, 2016

David Budescu

FOrdham University

Aggregating Information by Harnessing the "Wisdom of Crowds": New Theoretical Results and Empirical Findings
Abstract

January 8, 2016

Paul Zak

Claremont Graduate University

The Neuroscience of Persuasion: Applications to Marketing and Consumer Experiences
Abstract

December 9, 2015

Shane Frederick

Yale University

Risk Aversion, Hedging, and Construct (In)validity
Abstract

November 18, 2015

Gregory Samanez-Larkin

Yale University

Decision Making in the Aging Brain: A Neuroeconomic Translational Approach?
Abstract

November 4, 2015

Michael I. Norton

Harvard University

Wanting, Voting, and Paying for Greater Equality
Abstract

October 28, 2015

Henghchen Dai

Olin Business School

Fresh Starts: A Double-Edged Sword

May 22, 2015

Uma Karmarkar

Harvard Business School

Chasing Without Knowing: Asymmetric Effects of Favorable and Unfavorable Information in Uncertain Decisions

May 1, 2015

Klaus Wertenbroch

INSEAD

Judging Good Taste: True Preference or Prestense?

April 17, 2015

Chip Heath

Stanford University

Defining Moments

February 20, 2015

William Maddux

Organizational Behavior, INSEAD

A Moveable Feast: How Transformational Cross-Cultural Experiences Affect Psychological and Organizational Performance

February 6, 2015

Adam Galinsky

Columbia Business School

When Hierarchy Wins and When It Kills

January 23, 2015

Devin G. Pope

University of Chicago

Bid Takers or Market Makers? The Effect of Auctioneers on Auction Outcomes

January 9, 2015

George Loewenstein

Carnegie Mellon University

Moving Beyond Nudging: Behavioral Economics and Health Insurance

December 5, 2014

Sunitah Sah

Georgetown University

Effective Disclosure of Conflicts of Interest

November 7, 2014

Maya Shankar

White House Office of Science & Technology Policy

Building a Bridge Between Academic Research and the Federal Government: Lessons Learned from a Case Study Launching the White House Social and Behavioral Sciences Team

October 17, 2014

Kelly Goldsmith

Northwestern University

Examining the Psychological Consequences of Exposure to Reminders of Resource Scarcity

October 3, 2014

Derek J. Koehler

University of Waterloo

Giving Up and Chickening Out 

May 23, 2014

Zev Eigen

Northwestern University

An Experimental Test of the Effectiveness of Terms & Conditions 

May 2, 2014

Katherine L. Milkman

University of Pennsylvania

Motivating Virtuous Behavior 

April 25, 2014

Daniel J. Benjamin

Cornell University

Assessing the Use of Happiness Survey Responses as Utility Proxies 

March 7, 2014

Todd Rogers

Harvard University

How Change Sticks: How Treatment Effects Can Persist After Treatment Has Been Discontinued 

February 28, 2014

Norbert Schwarz

University of Southern California

Metaphor and Experience in Judgment and Decision Making: Of Fishy Smells and Heavy Weights

February 21, 2014

Linda Babcock

Carnegie Mellon University

Breaking the Glass Ceiling with "No": Gender Differences in the Demand and Supply of Non-Promotable Tasks 

January 24, 2014

Don Moore

UC Berkeley

Optimistic About Optimism: The Belief that Optimism Improves Performance 

January 10, 2014

Julia Minson

Harvard University

The Fickle Wisdom of Dyads: When Discussion Undermines Versus Enhances the Benefits of Judgment Collaboration 

November 8, 2013

Dean Karlan

Yale University

To Charge or Not to Charge: Evidence From a Health Products Experiment in Uganda

October 25, 2013

Hal E. Hershfield

New York University

Conceptions of the Future Transform Intertemporal Choice 

October 11, 2013

Jonathan Levav

Stanford University

Choice Utility

June 7, 2013

John Payne

Duke University

Retired and Broke or Nifty at Ninety: An Update on a Program of Behavioral Research on Managing Longevity Risk 

May 24, 2013

John Friedman

Harvard University

Active vs. Passive Decisions and Crowd-Out in Retirement Savings Accounts: Evidence from Denmark 

April 26, 2013

Brigitte Madrian

Harvard University

Active Choice and Health Care Costs: Evidence from Prescription Drug Home Delivery

March 15, 2013

Deepak Malhotra

Harvard University

Trust and Reciprocity: Lab and Field Experiments

March 8, 2013

Eric J. Johnson & Elke U. Weber

Columbia University

Query Theory and Deciding What We Choose

March 1, 2013

George Loewenstein

Carnegie Mellon University

This is Your Brain on Emotion: Implications of an Evolutionary Account on Affect

February 22, 2013

Martin Weber

University of Mannheim

Time Inconsistent Preferences and the Annuitization Decision

February 8, 2013

Sanford DeVoe

University of Toronto

Financial & Emotional Well-Being in the Era of Impatience

January 25, 2013

Peter Ayton

City University London

Deal or No Deal, Terrorism and Bicycle Accidents: Effects of Emotions on Risky Decision s and Vice Versa

January 9, 2013

David Laibson

Harvard University

Natural Expectations, Macroeconomic Dynamics, and Asset Pricing

December 14, 2012

Klaus Wertenbroch

INSEAD

Conspicuous Consumption Reflects How Redistribution Influences Perceived Social Justice

December 7, 2012

Cass Sunstein

Harvard University

Deciding by Default: Perspectives from Behavioral Economics

November 30, 2012

Leonard Lee

Columbia University

The Consistent Consumer

October 26, 2012

Keith Chen

Yale University

The Effect of Language on Economic Behavior: Evidence from Savings Rates, Health Behaviors, and Retirement Assets

October 12, 2012

Eugene M. Caruso

University of Chicago

Why the Future is Bigger (and "Badder") Than the Past

May 11, 2012

David Laibson

Harvard University & NBER

Self-Control and Liquidity: How to Design a Commitment Contract

May 4, 2012

Jeff Brown

University of Illinois

Attitudes Toward Government as Determinants of Intertemporal Choice

April 20, 2012

James Choi

Yale University

Small Cues Change Savings Choices

April 4, 2012

Zev Eigen

Northwestern University

When and Why Individuals Obey Contracts: Experimental Evidence of Consent, Compliance, Promise, and Performance

March 9, 2012

Steven Sloman

Brown University

The Use and Abuse of Causal Knowledge

February 24, 2012

Antoine Bechara

University of Southern California

Decision-Making: The Neurological Side of the Story

February 10, 2012

Drazen Prelec

MIT

Finding Truth When Most People Are Wrong

January 27, 2012

Max Bazerman

Harvard University

Bounded Ethicality

January 13, 2012

Mili Milosavljevic

Stanford University

Visual vs Brand Equity: A Battle for Consumer Attention and Choice

November 18, 2011

Leif D. Nelson

UC Berkeley

When People Pay for Something Free: The Psychology of Pay-What-You-Want Pricing

October 21, 2011

Joseph C. Nunes

University of Southern California

The Essence of a Brand: The Impact of Intentionality on Customization

October 7, 2011

Katherine Milkman

University of Pennsylvania

The Temporal Discrimination Effect: An Audit Study in Academia

May 27, 2011

Arie Kapteyn

RAND Corporation

Framing Effects and Expected Social Security Claiming Behavior

May 13, 2011

Dan Goldstein

Yahoo! Research and London Business School

Predicting Individual Behavior with Social Networks

April 29, 2011

David Schkade

UC San Diego

Living with Constructed Preferences

March 4, 2011

Yuval Rottenstreich

NYU

Three Properties of Loss Aversion

February 18, 2011

Stefano DellaVigna

UC Berkeley

Testing for Altruism and Social Pressure in Charitable Giving

February 4, 2011

Baruch Fischhoff

Carnegie Mellon University

The Adequacy of Risk Communications

January 21, 2011

John W. Payne

Duke University

Consumer Financial Decisions

January 7, 2011

J. Edward Russo

Cornell University

Predecisional Distortion of Information: The Good, the Bad, and the Weird"

December 10, 2010

Eldar Shafir

Princeton University

Decisions Under Scarcity

November 12, 2010

Derek Koehler

University of Waterloo

A Dual-System Account of Probability Matching: Strategies and Expectations

October 29, 2010

Christopher K. Hsee

University of Chicago

Simulating Life in the Lab

October 15, 2010

Jonathan Levav

Columbia University

Prisoners of Their Own Resources

May 28, 2010

Sheena Iyengar

Columbia University

The Art of Choosing

May 7, 2010

Uri Simonsohn

University of Pennsylvania

Spurious? Name Similarity Effects (Implicit Egotism) in Marriages and Moves

April 23, 2010

Ted O'Donoghue

Cornell University

The Nature of Risk Preferences: Evidence from Insurance Choices

April 9, 2010

Sendhil Mullainathan

Harvard University

Self-Control and Poverty: Two Applications

March 12, 2010

Michael Morris

Columbia University

Dynamics of Cultural Influence on Judgment and Decision Making

February 26, 2010

Maurice Schweitzer

University of Pennsylvania

Anxiety, Negotiations, and Advice Taking

February 19, 2010

Daniel Read

University of Durham / Yale University

"Instant Rationality: The Effect of Using Interest Rates to Express Intertemporal Preferences

February 5, 2010

Rachel Croson

University of Texas at Dallas

Social Influences in Giving to Public Radio

January 22, 2010

Elena Katok

Penn State University

Fairness and Coordination Failures in Supply Chain Contracts

January 8, 2010

Wendy Wood

University of Southern California

Are Habits a Kind of Self-Regulation?

November 20, 2009

Yaacov Trope

NYU

The Psychology of Transcending the Here and Now

November 6, 2009

R. Duncan Luce

UC Irvine

Interpersonal Comparisons of Utility for 2 of 3 Types of People

October 16, 2009

Roy Baumeister

Florida State University

Self-Regulation, Choice, and Ego Depletion

October 2, 2009

Gavan Fitzsimmons

Duke University

The Unconscious Consumer

May 29, 2009

Hersh Shefrin

Santa Clara University

How Psychological Pitfalls Caused the Financial Crunch

May 8, 2009

Suresh Muthulingam

UCLA

Managerial Biases and Energy Savings: An Empirical Analysis of the Adoption of Process Improvement Recommendations

April 24, 2009

George Loewenstein

Carnegie Mellon University

Using Decision Errors to Help People

April 10, 2009

Ofer Azar

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

Relative Thinking, Consumer Choice, Task Performance, and Firm Strategy

March 6, 2009

Mara Mather

University of California

Age and Sex Differences in the Effects of Stress on Decision Making

February 27, 2009

John Payne

Duke University

The Importance of the Overall Probability of Winning (Not Losing) in Risky Choice

February 13, 2009

Howard Kunreuther

University of Pennsylvania

The Role of Goals and Plans in Decision Making

February 6, 2009

Ellen Peters

Decision Research

Number Skills, Both Controlled and Intuitive, Guide Decisions

January 16, 2009

Nicholas Epley

University of Chicago

Seeing Human

December 5, 2008

Oleg Urminsky

University of Chicago

Scope Insensitive Justifications: The Mere Token Effect

November 21, 2008

Lynn Vavreck

UCLA

The Message Matters: The Economy and Presidential Campaigns

November 7, 2008

Thomas Langer

CalTech

Can Prospect Theory Be Used to Predict Investor's Willingness to Pay?

October 17, 2008

Dan Ariely

MIT

(Dis)Honesty: Why Honest People Cheat

June 6, 2008

Antonio Rangel

CalTech

The Neuroeconomics of Goal-Directed Choice

May 16, 2008

David Laibson

Harvard University

Instant Gratification

May 5, 2008

Maya Bar-Hillel

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

The Bible Code: A Scientific Riddle and Its Solution

May 2, 2008

Emir Kamenica

University of Chicago

Contextual Inference, Choice Overload, and Simplicity Seeking

April 25, 2008

Vernon L. Smith

Chapman University

Specialization and Exchange: Discovery, Property Rights and Wealth Creation

April 23, 2008

Richard H. Thaler

University of Chicago

Nudge: Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth and Happiness

April 4, 2008

Paul Zak

Claremont Graduate University

The Neuroeconomics of Virtue

February 29, 2008

Peter H. Ditto

UC Irvine

Motivated Moral Reasoning

February 22, 2008

Baba Shiv

Stanford University

Is Emotion Good or Bad for Human Decision Making: A Neuroscience Perspective

February 8, 2008

Sendhil Mullainathan

Harvard University

Confusion in Medicare Part D

January 25, 2008

Jonathan Levav

Columbia University

Order in Product Customization Decisions

January 18, 2008

Piotr Winkielman

UC San Diego

Why Do We Like Things?

December 7, 2007

Elke Weber

Columbia University

Decisions Under Uncertainty: Psychological, Economic, and Neuroeconomic Explanations of Risk Preference

November 16, 2007

Maya Bar-Hillel

The Hebrew University, Israel

Status Quo Bias: The Effect of Mere Labeling

November 2, 2007

Valerie Reyna

Cornell University

Risk, Emotion, and Rationality in Decision Making: A Fuzzy-Trace Theory Approach

October 12, 2007

James Choi

Yale University

The Flypaper Effect in Individual Investor Asset Allocation

June 1, 2007

Dan Goldstein

London Business School

A New Way to Measure Consumer Risk Preferences

May 25, 2007

Shane Frederick

MIT

Cognitive Reflection and Decision Making

May 11, 2007

Justin Wolfers

University of Pennsylvania

Racial Discrimination Among NBA Referees

April 27, 2007

David Budescu

University of Illinois

"Taking Wason to the Market: Studies of the Wason Selection Task in Competitive Markets

April 13, 2007

Ralph L. Keeney

Duke University

Specifying Objectives for Important Decisions

March 9, 2007

Paul Slovic

University of Oregon

From Preference Reversals to Preference Construction: A Long and Wandering Tale

February 23, 2007

Tom Gilovich

Cornell University

A Tale of Three Biases

February 9, 2007

Itamar Simonson

Stanford University

The Effect of Stating Expectations on Satisfaction and Experience

January 26, 2007

Daniel Oppenheimer

Princeton University

The Secret Life of Fluency

January 12, 2007

Dan Simon

University of Southern California

Decision Making by Constraint Satisfaction: Transience and Robustness

December 1, 2006

Uri Gneezy

UC San Diego

Gender Differences in Competition: The Role of Socialization

November 17, 2006

Russell Korobkin

UCLA

Who Wins in Distributive Negotiations? Hypotheses from Behavioral Decision Making and Rational Choice Perspectives

November 3, 2006

Colin Camerer

California Institute of Technology

Behavioral Economics and Neuroeconomics

October 27, 2006

Brad Barber

UC Davis

Do Noise Traders Move Markets?

May 26, 2006

David Schkade

UC Davis

A Model of the Structure of Well Being: Experienced Affect and Life Satisfaction in France and the U.S.

May 19, 2006

George Loewenstein

Carnegie Mellon University

Animal Spirits: Affective and Deliberative Processes in Economic Behavior

May 12, 2006

Zur Shapira

NYU

Organizations' Control of Their Market Factors: Managing the Risk of Government Bond Traders

April 28, 2006

Will Goetzmann

Yale University

Bubble Investors: What Were They Thinking?

March 10, 2006

Moshe Levy

Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Loss Aversion and the Price of Risk

February 24, 2006

Eric Johnson

Columbia University

Loss Aversion, Query Theory, and Consumer Choice

February 17, 2006

Bobbie Spellman

University of Virginia

Of Courtrooms and War Rooms: Decisions Requiring the Assessment of Deception, Reliability, Calibration, and the Attempt to Conceal Information

February 10, 2006

Lehman Benson III

University of Arizona

It's About Time! Research on the Relationship Between Time Pressure and Decision Making

January 27, 2006

Daniel McFadden

UC Berkeley

A New Science of Pleasure: Consumer Behavior and the Measurement of Well-Being

January 20, 2006

Patrick Suppes

Stanford University

A Theory of Rational Choice Based on Habits and Associations Rather Than Preferences

January 13, 2006

Dean Karlan

Yale University

What's Psychology Worth? A Field Experiment in the Consumer Credit Market

December 9, 2005

Peter Ayton

City University, London

Why can't people predict their own emotional reactions?"

November 18, 2005

Detlof Von Winterfeldt

University of Southern California

Terrorism Risk Analysis

November 4, 2005

Kristin Diehl

University of Southern California

Great Expectations?! Assortment Size, Expectations and Satisfaction

October 14, 2005

Antoine Bechara

University of Southern California

Human Emotions in Decision-Making: Useful or Disruptive Role?

May 31, 2005

Jennifer S. Lerner

Carnegie Mellon University

Heart Strings and Purse Strings: Effects of Incidental Emotions on Risk Perceptions and Economic Transactions

May 6, 2005

Terrance Odean

UC Berkeley

Who Loses from Trade? Evidence from Taiwan

April 22, 2005

Enrico Diecidue

INSEAD

Eliciting the Regret Function through the Trade-Off Method

April 15, 2005

Robert Shiller

Yale University

Irrational Exuberance and the President's Plan for Personal Accounts

March 24, 2005

Linda Babcock

Carnegie Mellon University

Who Goes to the Bargaining Table? Understanding Gender Variation in the Initiation of Negotiations

March 4, 2005

Barry Schwartz

Swarthmore College

Self-Determination: The Tyranny of Freedom

February 11, 2005

Stephen Hoch

Wharton

The Psychology of Two-Part Tariffs

January 28, 2005

Dale Griffin

University of British Columbia

From Individuals to Markets: A Cure for Prediction Bias?

January 14, 2005

Uri Gneezy

University of Chicago

The W Effect of Incentives

June 11, 2004

Craig McKenzie

UC San Diego

Framing Effects in Inference Tasks - And Why They're Normatively Defensible