A weekly online seminar series on behavioral research (more details in Colada announcing it: .htm).
Pacific Time: 9AM-10AM
Eastern Time: 12PM-1PM
Barcelona Time: 6PM-7PM
FRIDAY APRIL 24TH
Yoel Inbar (.htm) – Psychology; University of Toronto
"Attitudes Towards Genetically Engineered Food and Other Controversial Scientific Technologies"
Panel: Geoff Goodwin, Rachel Ruttan, Sydney Scott, and Deborah Small
You can view a recording of this seminar on YouTube: https://youtu.be/pg2G6uw-pk4
FRIDAY MAY 1st
Don Moore (.htm) – Management of Organizations; Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley
"Overprecision Is a Property of Thinking Systems"
Panel: Julia Minson, Jack Soll, Liz Tenney, Dan Walters, and Paul Windschitl
You can view a recording of this seminar on YouTube: https://youtu.be/jvscL_btKIo
FRIDAY MAY 8th
Nina Strohminger (.htm) – Legal Studies & Business Ethics; The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
"The Uncontrollable Bias of Advocacy"
Panel: Dorsa Amir, Joshua Lewis, David Melnikoff, Jessie Sun, and Arber Tasimi
You can view a recording of this seminar on YouTube: https://youtu.be/jtXUEB_sINA
Panel: Bart De Langhe, Shane Frederick, Mirjam Jenny, and Rick Larrick
You can view a recording of this seminar on YouTube: https://youtu.be/dZTwd27DSrk
FRIDAY MAY 22nd
Julia Minson (.htm) – Harvard Kennedy School
"Conversational Receptiveness: Expressing Engagement with Opposing Views"
Panel: Daniel Ames, Frances Chen, George Loewenstein, Jane Risen, and Juliana Schroeder
You can view a recording of this seminar on YouTube: https://youtu.be/Irmyt2YJdO8
FRIDAY MAY 29th
Tom Meyvis (.htm) – Marketing; Stern School of Business, New York University
"Consuming Regardless of Preference: Consumers Overestimate the Impact of Liking on Consumption"
Panel: Elizabeth Dunn, Mike Norton, Rebecca Ratner, Oleg Urminsky, Heeyoung Yoon, and Gal Zauberman.
FRIDAY June 5th
Katherine B. Coffman (.htm) – Negotiation, Organizations, & Markets; Harvard Business School
"Stereotypes and Belief Updating"
FRIDAY June 12th
Shane Frederick (.htm) – Marketing; Yale School of Management
"Reports, Predictions, and Extrospection"