Presentations


    the presenting author is underlined.

Galak, Jeff (2014), “The Beginnings of) Understanding Sentimental Value”, Invited talk at CBDR Seminar – CMU.

Galak, Jeff (2014), “Sentimental Value” Research presented at the Summer Decision Making Symposium, Washington DC.

Yang, Yang & Jeff Galak (2014). “Love it Longer: Sentimental Value Slows Hedonic Adaptation.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Consumer Psychology, Miami, FL.

Galak, Jeff (2013), “The Beginnings of) Understanding Sentimental Value”, Invited talk at McDonough School of Business – Georgetown University

Galak, Jeff (2013), “The Beginnings of) Understanding Sentimental Value”, Invited talk at Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota.

Galak, Jeff (2013), “The Malleability of Satiation”, Invited talk at SUNY Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY.

Galak, Jeff (2012), “The Malleability of Satiation”, Invited talk at the University of Chicago, Booth School of Business.

Yang, Yang, Carey Morewedge, & Jeff Galak (2012). “When Good Things Come to an End: Mispredicting Motivation for Unavailable Goods.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Consumer Research, Vancouver, Canada.

Galak, Jeff (2012), “The Malleability of Satiation”, Invited talk at UC Berkeley, Haas School of Business, Berkeley, CA.

Redden, Joseph & Jeff Galak (2012), “The Subjective Sense of Feeling Satiated.” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Orlando, FL.

Galak, Jeff (2012), “The Malleability of Satiation”, Invited talk at MARC Conference, Pittsburgh PA.

Galak, Jeff (2012), “The Malleability of Satiation”, Invited talk at UCSD Psychology, La Jolla, CA.

Galak, Jeff, Joseph Redden, Yang Yang, and Ellie Kyung (2012), “Feels Far or Near? How Subjective Perception of When One Last Consumed Influences Satiation,” Paper presented at the Society for Consumer Psychology, Las Vegas, NV.

Simmons, Joseph P., Leif D. Nelson, and Jeff Galak (2012), “The Effect of Decision Ease and Option Valence on Preference Projection”, Paper presented at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology Annual Conference, San Diego, CA.

Galak, Jeff (2011), “The Malleability of Satiation”, Invited talk at Stanford GSB, Palo Alto, CA.

Galak, Jeff, Joseph Redden, Yang Yang, and Ellie Kyung (2011), “Feels Far or Near? How Subjective Perception of When One Last Consumed Influences Satiation,” Paper presented at the Society for Judgment and Decision Making Conference, Seattle, WA.

Galak, Jeff (2011), “The Malleability of Satiation”, Invited talk at Harvard Psychology, Cambridge, MA.

Galak, Jeff, Joseph Redden, Yang Yang, and Ellie Kyung (2011), “Feels Far or Near? How Subjective Perception of When One Last Consumed Influences Satiation,” Paper presented at the Association for Consumer Research Conference, St. Louis, MO.

Galak, Jeff, Joseph Redden, Yang Yang, and Ellie Kyung (2011), “Feels Far or Near? How Subjective Perception of When One Last Consumed Influences Satiation,” Paper presented at the Summer Decision Making Symposium, Las Vegas Nevada.

Galak, Jeff (2011), “The Malleability of Satiation”, Invited talk at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong, China.

Galak, Jeff (2011), “The Malleability of Satiation”, Invited talk at the Wharton School of Business (Decision Processes Seminar), University of Pennsylvania, Philladelpha, PA

Galak, Jeff, and Joseph Redden (2011), “Processing Fluency and Satiation”, Paper  presented at the annual conference for the Society of Consumer Psychology, Atlanta, GA.

Galak, Jeff (2011), “The Malleability of Satiation”, Invited talk at the Katz School of Business, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA.

Galak, Jeff, and Joseph Redden (2010), “Processing Fluency and Satiation”, Paper  presented at the annual conference for the Association for Consumer Research, Jacksonville, FL.

Galak, Jeff, Deborah Small, and Andrew Stephen (2010), “Micro-financing Decisions”, Paper presented at the annual conference for the Association for Consumer Research, Jacksonville, FL.

Galak, Jeff (2010), “The Malleability of Satiation”, Invited talk at the Rady School of Business, University of California: San Diego, San Diego, CA.

Galak, Jeff (2010), “The Malleability of Satiation”, Invited talk at the Center for Behavioral Decision Research, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Galak, Jeff and Joseph Redden (2010), “Processing Fluency and Satiation”, Paper presented at the Behavioral Decision Research in Management Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

Simmons, Joseph P., Leif D. Nelson, and Jeff Galak (2010), “The Effect of Decision Ease and Option Valence on Preference Projection”, Paper presented at the Behavioral Decision Research in Management Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

Galak, Jeff, Deborah Small, and Andrew Stephen (2010), “Sub-Optimality in Micro-Financing Decisions: When Groups Receive Less Than an Individual.” Paper presented at the Society for Consumer Psychology Annual Conference, St. Pete Beach, FL

Simmons, Joseph. P., Leif D. Nelson, Jeff Galak, and Shane Frederick (2009), “Are Crowds Wise or Ignorant when Predicting against Point Spreads? It Depends on How You Ask.” Paper presented at the Society for Judgment and Decision Making conference, Boston, MA.

Galak, JeffJoseph Redden, and Justin Kruger (2009), “The Construction of Satiation: Recalling Related Intervening Experiences Accelerates Recovery from Satiation.” Paper presented at the European Marketinc Association Conference (EMAC), Nantes, France (Session chair).

Galak, Jeff, Justin Kruger, and George Loewenstein (2009), “Too Much of a Good Thing: Insensitivity to Rate of Consumption Leads to Unintended Satiation.” Paper presented at the La Londe Conference on Consumer Behavior, La Londe Les Maures, France.

Galak, Jeff and Leif D. Nelson (2009), “Complexity is Good: When Disfluent Communication Signals Author Erudition.” Paper presented at the Society for Consumer Psychology Annual Conference, San Diego, CA. (Session chair)

Galak, Jeff, Justin Kruger, and George Loewenstein (2009), “Too Much of a Good Thing: Insensitivity to Rate of Consumption Leads to Unintended Satiation.” Paper presented at the Society for Consumer Psychology Annual Conference, San Diego, CA.

Nelson, Leif D., Tom Meyvis, Jeff Galak (2009), “Mispredicting Adaptation and the Consequences of Unwanted Disruptions: When Advertisements Improve Television.” Paper presented at the Society for Consumer Psychology Annual Conference, San Diego, CA.

Galak, Jeff, Justin Kruger, and George Loewenstein (2008), “Too Much of a Good Thing: Insensitivity to Rate of Consumption Leads to Unintended Satiation.” Paper presented at the Association for Consumer Research Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Galak, Jeff, Justin Kruger, and Paul Rozin (2008), “Not In My Backyard: The Influence of Symbolic Boundaries On Consumer Choice.” Paper presented at the Association for Consumer Research Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Galak, Jeff, Joseph Redden, and Justin Kruger (2008), “The Construction of Satiation: Recalling Related Intervening Experiences Accelerates Recovery from Satiation.” Paper presented at the Association for Consumer Research Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Nelson, Leif. D., Joseph P. Simmons, and Jeff Galak (2008), “Intuitive Confidence and the Effect of Option Valence on Preference Projection.” Paper presented at the Association for Consumer Research Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Galak, Jeff and Leif D. Nelson (2008 ), “Complexity is Good: When Disfluent Communication Signals Author Erudition.” Poster presented at the Summer Institute on Bounded Rationality in Psychology and Economics at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin, Germany.

- Poster Award: Second Place

Galak, Jeff, Joseph Redden and Justin Kruger (2008), “The Construction of Satiation: Recalling Related Intervening Experiences Accelerates Recovery from Satiation,” Paper presented at the Behavioral Decision Research in Management conference, San Diego, CA.

Simmons, Joseph. P., Leif D. Nelson, Jeff Galak, and Shane Frederick (2008), “Are Crowds Wise or Ignorant when Predicting against Point Spreads? It Depends on How You Ask.” Paper presented at the Behavioral Decision Research in Management conference, San Diego, CA.

Galak, Jeff, Justin Kruger, and George Loewenstein (2008), “Rate Matters: The Effects of Inter-Consumption Intervals on Satiation and Variety Seeking Behavior.” Paper presented at the Society for Consumer Psychology Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Galak, Jeff (2007), “Predicting, Experiencing, and Reducing Hedonic Adaptation.” Invited presentation at Marketing in Israel 7, Jerusalem, Israel.

Galak, Jeff, Justin Kruger, and Paul Rozin (2007), “Not In My Backyard: The Influence of Symbolic Boundaries On Consumer Choice.” Paper presented at the Society for Judgment and Decision Making, Long Beach, CA.

Nelson, Leif D., Tom Meyvis, Jeff Galak (2007), “Mispredicting Adaptation and the Consequences of Unwanted Disruptions: When Advertisements Improve Television.” Paper presented at the Association of Consumer Research Annual Meeting, Memphis, TN.

Nelson, Leif D., Jeff Galak, and Joachim Vosgerau (2007), “The Unexpected Enjoyment of Expected Events: The Ill-fated Pursuit of Excitement in the Watching of Televised Sporting Events.” Paper presented at the Association of Consumer Research Annual Meeting, Memphis, TN.

Galak, Jeff, Justin Kruger, and George Loewenstein (2007), “Rate Matters: The Effects of Inter-Consumption Intervals on Satiation and Variety Seeking Behavior.” Paper presented at the 21ST Subjective Probability, Utility, and Decision Making Conference at Warsaw, Poland.

Galak, Jeff, Justin Kruger, and George Loewenstein (2007), “Rate Matters: The Effects of Inter-Consumption Intervals on Satiation and Variety Seeking Behavior.” Paper presented at the Third Annual Whitebox Advisors Graduate Students Conference at Yale, New Haven, CT.

Nelson, Leif D., Jeff Galak, and Joachim Vosgerau (2007), “The Unexpected Enjoyment of Expected Events: The Ill-fated Pursuit of Excitement In the Watching of Televised Sporting Events.” Paper presented at the Society for Consumer Psychology, Las Vegas, NV.

Galak, Jeff, Justin Kruger, and George Loewenstein (2007), “Rate Matters: The Effects of Inter-Consumption Intervals on Satiation and Variety Seeking Behavior.” Poster presented at the Judgment and Decision Making Pre-conference at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology Annual Conference, Memphis, TN.

Nelson, Leif. D., Jeff Galak, and Joachim Vosgerau (2006), “The Unexpected Enjoyment of Expected Events: The Ill-fated Pursuit of Excitement In the Watching of Televised Sporting Events” Paper presented at the Society for Judgment and Decision Making, Houston, Texas.

Galak, Jeff and Leif D. Nelson (2006), “Complexity is Good: When Disfluent Communication Signals Author Erudition.” Poster presented at the Society for Judgment and Decision Making Annual Conference, Houston, Texas.

- Student Poster Award: First Place