Decision Processes Colloquia

Past Decision Processes
Colloquia Series

2007-2008
2008-2009
2009-2010
2010-2011

2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015

Decision Processes
Distinguished Speakers

2015-2016

Location: 255 JMHH
Time: 12:00 - 1:15 PM (unless otherwise noted)

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FALL 2015

 

Date Speaker Abstract/Paper
Monday
September 7, 2015
Labor Day Holiday - No Colloquia  
Monday
September 14, 2015
Tom Meyvis
Professor of Marketing
NYU Stern School of Business

Questioning the End Effect: Endings Are Not Inherently Over-Weighted in Retrospective Evaluations of Experiences

Monday
September 21, 2015

George Wu
Professor of Behavioral Science
University of Chicago, Booth School of Business

Goals and Round Numbers as Reference Points: Implications for Satisfaction and Effort Provision 
Monday
September 28, 2015
Eric Johnson
Professor of Business
Columbia Business School
Beyond Nudges:  Studies of Choice Architecture
Monday
October 5, 2015
Mike Norton
Professor of Business Administration
Harvard Business School

Citizens’ and Consumers’ Preferences for Inequality

Monday
October 12, 2015
Alex Van Zant
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
The Wharton School
Certainty Posing: A Deceptive Credibility-Signaling Tactic
Monday
October 19, 2015
Jane Risen
Associate Professor of Behavioral Science 
University of Chicago, Booth School of Business
Believing What We Don’t Believe: Acquiescence to Superstitious Beliefs and Other Powerful Intuitions
Monday
October 26, 2015
Christopher Hsee
Professor of Behavioral Science and Marketing
University of Chicago, Booth School of Business
Inherent Preference versus Learned Preference
Monday
November 2, 2015
Daniel Mochon
Assistant Professor of Marketing
Tulane University Freeman School of Business
The Extended Effects of a Behavioral Health Intervention
Monday
November 9, 2015
Sudeep Bhatia
Assistant Professor of Psychology
University of Pennsylvania
Decision Making, Natural Language, and Big Data: Four Applications 
Monday
November 16, 2015

Mark Brandt
Assistant Professor of Social Psychology

Tilburg University

Are Political Extremists Unthinking or Just Confident? Testing Competing Hypotheses about Extremists Using Anchoring Tasks
Monday
November 23, 2015
No Colloquia  
Monday
November 30, 2015
Carey Morewedge
Associate Professor of Marketing
Boston University School of Management
Evidence for Improved Decision Making With a Single Training Intervention
Monday
December 7, 2015
Adam Alter
Associate Professor of Marketing
NYU Stern School of Business
Consumption Across Time: Three Case Studies 
Monday
December 14, 2015
Final Exams - No Colloquia  

SPRING 2016

Date Speaker Abstract/Paper
Monday
January18, 2016
Martin Luther King Day Holiday - No Colloquia  
Monday
January 25, 2016
No Colloquia   
Monday
February 1, 2016
Lyle Brenner
Associate Professor of Marketing
University of Florida, Warrington College of Business
Choosing Reference Points 
Monday
February 8, 2016
Nicole Stephens 
Associate Professor of Management & Organization, Psychology
Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management
The Benefits of a Cultural Match: The Case of Social Class and Higher Education
Monday
February 15, 2016
Jason Dana
Assistant Professor of Management and Marketing
Yale School of Management
Exposure to Random Anchors Improves Judgments
Monday
February 22, 2016

Yuval Rottenstreich
Professor of Management                                              University of California, San Diego                             Rady School of Business

Skeptical Reciprocity, Principled Defection, and Speedy Cooperation:  
Psychological Attributions in the Prisoners’ Dilemma
Monday
February 29, 2016
Katherine Burson
Associate Professor
University of Michigan, Ross School of Business
Tipping the Scales
Monday
March 7, 2016
Spring Break - No Colloquia  
Monday
March 14, 2016
Stefano DellaVigna
Professor of Economics and Business Administration
University of California, Berkeley
What Motivates Effort? Evidence and Expert Forecasts
Monday
March 21, 2016
Traci Mann
Professor of Psychology
University of Minnesota
The Myth of Willpower 
Monday
March 28, 2016
Jonathan Koehler
Professor of Law
Northwestern University, Pritzker School of Law
Fixing Forensic Science: Error Rates and Proficiency Tests 
Monday
April 4, 2016
No Colloquia  
Monday
April 11, 2016
Aner Sela
Assistant Professor of Marketing 
University of Florida, Warrington College of Business

Comparison Neglect in Upgrade Decisions

Monday
April 18, 2016
Michael Platt
PIK Professor of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Marketing
University of Pennsylvania
Should I Stay or Should I Go? Brain Mechanisms Mediating Exploration and Exploitation

Monday
April 25, 2016

* room 351 SHDH *

Distinguished Lecturer- Cass Sunstein
Robert Walmsley University Professor
Harvard Law School
Fifty Shades of Manipulation
Monday
May 2, 2016
Final Exams - No Colloquia