Joowon Klusowski

Joowon Klusowski
  • Doctoral Student

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  • office Address:

    700 Jon M. Huntsman Hall
    3730 Walnut Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19104


I am a 4th year Ph.D. student pursuing a joint degree in marketing and psychology. ​I am broadly interested in consumers’ numeric decisions and predictions (e.g., consumption quantity selection, probability estimation). Prior to my doctoral program, I studied business economics and public policy at Indiana University; received a master’s in statistics at Yale University; and completed a three-year research fellowship at Harvard University.

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[Klusowski, J., Small, D.A., & Simmons, J.P. (in press). Does choice cause an illusion of control? Psychological Science.]

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