Decision (neuro)scientist at UCSD. Joint faculty between GPS and Rady School of Management. She/Her
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The Mystery of the $2,000 Ikea Shopping Bag
Harvard Business Review
How luxury brands are inverting status symbols.
Clinical Trial Definition Continues to Cause Confusion – FABBS
Fashion’s impact on the environment is actually a mystery
Questionable facts plague the conversation around sustainability and fashion, and that makes the industry harder to regulate.
The Science Behind Our Bad Habits—And How to Really, Truly Break Them for Good
Will power has nothing to do with it.
China has launched an app so people can check their risk of catching the coronavirus
MIT Technology Review
The news: China has launched a new “close contact detector” app that lets people check their level of risk for catching the coronavirus.
Advisor Ethics Can Resemble a House of Mirrors
A new study examines why people can act unethically yet feel fine about it.
Pac Man your bags: Atari is launching a video game-themed hotel
The themed hospitality destination is about to get an ’80s-inspired extra life.
That Look From Popeyes
That Look From Popeyes
Postdoctoral Scholar - Management
University of California, San Diego is hiring. Apply now!
Ring Doorbell App Packed with Third-Party Trackers
Electronic Frontier Foundation
Ring isn't just a product that allows users to surveil their neighbors. The company also uses it to surveil its customers.An investigation by EFF of the Ring doorbell app for Android found it to be packed with third-party trackers sending out a...
Discovering millions of datasets on the web
How YouTube shields advertisers (not viewers) from harmful videos
When it comes to hateful and misleading videos, YouTube's systems for protecting advertisers are stronger than those protecting its users.
Angela J. Yu
Sorry, here's the right link to her page!
Change Goals Robustly Predict Trait Growth: A Mega-Analysis of a Dozen Intensive Longitudinal Studies Examining Volitional Change - Nathan W. Hudson, R. Chris Fraley, William J. Chopik, Daniel A. Briley,
Research suggests that change goals (desires to change personality traits) predict subsequent trait growth. In this article, we (re)analyzed all data our labs h...
It's Easy to Be a Jerk on Twitter. And Twitter Wants to Fix That
Kayvon Beykpour, Twitter's head of product, admits the platform can still incentivize toxic behavior. In a WIRED Q&A, he explains how he wants to fix it.
A determined auntie turns gift-giving into a competitive sport in Nike's first-ever Chinese New Year ad
Wieden & Kennedy Shanghai puts a comedic spin on an old tradition
Post-Doctoral Research Associate
The University of Colorado-Boulder is hiring a Post-Doctoral Research Associate to join the interdisciplinary Center for Research on Consumer Financial Decision Making. The center, housed at the...
CU Boulder's Consumer Finance group is offering an amazing-looking postdoc right now
Artificial Intelligence has a gender bias problem -- just ask Siri
All the virtual personal assistants on the market today come with a default female voice and is programmed to respond to all kinds of suggestive questions and comments.
Marketing Science Intensive: How to Use The “4 Minds” Framework of Customer Decision Making for Business Impact - MSI Web Site »
Marketing Science Institute
Ryan is going to do a "Marketing Science Intensive" on applying the framework in January!
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