Jane Risen
Jane Risen
Associate Professor of Behavioral Science, University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Verified email at chicagobooth.edu
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It's all in the timing: Interpersonal synchrony increases affiliation
MJ Hove, JL Risen
Social cognition 27 (6), 949-960, 2009
Looking forward to looking backward: The misprediction of regret
DT Gilbert, CK Morewedge, JL Risen, TD Wilson
Psychological Science 15 (5), 346-350, 2004
How choice affects and reflects preferences: revisiting the free-choice paradigm.
MK Chen, JL Risen
Journal of personality and social psychology 99 (4), 573, 2010
Target and observer differences in the acceptance of questionable apologies.
JL Risen, T Gilovich
Journal of personality and social psychology 92 (3), 418, 2007
Why people are reluctant to tempt fate.
JL Risen, T Gilovich
Journal of personality and social psychology 95 (2), 293, 2008
Believing what we do not believe: Acquiescence to superstitious beliefs and other powerful intuitions.
JL Risen
Psychological Review 123 (2), 182, 2016
Visceral fit: While in a visceral state, associated states of the world seem more likely.
JL Risen, CR Critcher
Journal of personality and social psychology 100 (5), 777, 2011
The psychology of rituals: An integrative review and process-based framework
NM Hobson, J Schroeder, JL Risen, D Xygalatas, M Inzlicht
Personality and Social Psychology Review 22 (3), 260-284, 2018
Another look at why people are reluctant to exchange lottery tickets.
JL Risen, T Gilovich
Journal of Personality and social Psychology 93 (1), 12, 2007
Don’t stop believing: Rituals improve performance by decreasing anxiety
AW Brooks, J Schroeder, JL Risen, F Gino, AD Galinsky, MI Norton, ...
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 137, 71-85, 2016
Investing in karma: When wanting promotes helping
BA Converse, JL Risen, TJ Carter
Psychological Science 23 (8), 923-930, 2012
One-shot illusory correlations and stereotype formation
JL Risen, T Gilovich, D Dunning
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 33 (11), 1492-1502, 2007
Befriending the enemy: Outgroup friendship longitudinally predicts intergroup attitudes in a coexistence program for Israelis and Palestinians
J Schroeder, JL Risen
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 19 (1), 72-93, 2016
Reversing one’s fortune by pushing away bad luck.
Y Zhang, JL Risen, C Hosey
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 143 (3), 1171, 2014
Informal Logical Fallacies.
J Risen, T Gilovich
Cambridge University Press, 2007
Embodied motivation: Using a goal systems framework to understand the preference for social and physical warmth.
Y Zhang, JL Risen
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 107 (6), 965, 2014
How to study choice‐induced attitude change: Strategies for fixing the free‐choice paradigm
JL Risen, MK Chen
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 4 (12), 1151-1164, 2010
Enacting rituals to improve self-control.
AD Tian, J Schroeder, G Häubl, JL Risen, MI Norton, F Gino
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 114 (6), 851, 2018
Closing your eyes to follow your heart: Avoiding information to protect a strong intuitive preference.
K Woolley, JL Risen
Journal of personality and social psychology 114 (2), 230, 2018
Is choice a reliable predictor of choice? A comment on Sagarin and Skowronski
MK Chen, JL Risen
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 45 (2), 425-427, 2009
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