I am presenting "Not-so Easy Listening: Roots and Repercussions of Auditory Choice Difficulty in Voice Commerce" by Kurt Munz and Vicki Morwitz at ACR, held virtually this year. This talk will be part of a session session on voice commerce, which I will co-chair with Johann Melzner.
I am presenting a paper titled, "Sound Judgment: The Key Role of Evaluability in Voice-based Judgment" at 1pm.
Bocconi University, in partnership with the Financial Times will host the FTxBocconi Talent Challenge 2022, the third edition of a global competition on the hybrid world, taking place virtually 3-7 February 2022. Participants will compete in teams of people from all over the world to solve real business and strategic challenges through an exciting hackathon … Continue reading "FTxBocconi Talent Challenge"
Shahryar Mohsenin will present a poster titled, "Social-Processing Fluency in Voice-Based Judgments" at the annual meeting of the Society for Judgment and Decision Making. The SJDM annual meeting will be held in a virtual format, February 10-12, 2022. We show that people have less favorable judgments toward products described by ambiguous-gender voices than their gendered … Continue reading "SJDM Conference 2022"
I will be in attendance, and my student Shahryar Mohsenin will present our project titled, "Disfluency Activates Heuristic Reasoning"
I will be part of a round table discussion titled, "Voice Technology: Implications of Oral versus Manual Communication for Consumer Research" The panel was organized by Johann Melzner and Andrea Bonezzi will consist of: Jonah Berger Andrea Bonezzi Christian Hildebrand Mansur Khamitov Anne-Kathrin Klesse David Luna Shiri Melumad Johann Melzner Vicki Morwitz Kurt Munz Demi … Continue reading "SCP Puerto Rico"
I will be presenting a competitive paper titled, "Gender-Ambiguous Voices and Social Disfluency in Product Judgments" co-authored with my student Shahryar Mohsenin. Additionally, my student Yongkun Liu will be presenting a poster on our joint project titled, "When Product Order Primacy Disappears: The role of Presentation Order of Loss and Gain."