In the Media

Go Ahead, Chase the New New Thing, Study Finds

Oct 31, 2017 // Daniel Feiler discusses his recent study exploring the intersection of uncertainty, choice, and expectation. Feiler says understanding your implicit bias regarding the choices you make doesn’t mean you should avoid choosing the best possible alternative, but merely manage your expectations.
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To Succeed in Business, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Study Says

Sep 30, 2017 // Daniel Feiler discusses his forthcoming paper exploring how choice affects expectations. Feiler says people have a tendency to be overly optimistic about the choices they make and that being more realistic could lead to greater satisfaction.
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The 40 Most Outstanding MBA Professors Under 40

Mar 26, 2017 // Daniel Feiler, assistant professor of business administration, and Eesha Sharma, assistant professor of business administration, are named two of Poets and Quants' 2017 Best 40 Under 40 Professors.
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Extroverts Are Rarer Than You Think — So Are You One, Or Not?

Apr 15, 2015 // Continued coverage of a recent study led by Daniel Feiler and Adam Kleinbaum which found that extroverts are over-represented in real-world networks, and that the effect is more pronounced in the networks of socially outgoing people.
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Why A Lot More People Are Introverts than We Think

Apr 14, 2015 // Continued coverage of a recent study led by Daniel Feiler, and Adam Kleinbaum which found that extroverts are over-represented in real-world networks, and that the effect is more pronounced in the networks of socially outgoing people.
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New psychology study shows 'extroversion bias' distorts our view of friends

Apr 08, 2015 // Continued coverage of the study by Daniel Feiler, assistant professor of business administration, and Adam Kleinbaum, associate professor of business administration, published in Psychological Science.
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Your Friends Are More Extroverted Than You Are

Apr 08, 2015 // Continued coverage of the recent study by Daniel Feiler, assistant professor of business administration, and Adam Kleinbaum, associate professor of business administration, which found that most social networks are overpopulated with extroverts.
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New Study Reveals Some Comforting News for Introverts

Apr 07, 2015 // Cites research co-authored by Daniel Feiler in an article about the friendship paradox—a perceived notion that individuals tend to have more extroverts in their friend group than introverts.
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Introverts and Extroverts May Have Their Characteristics All Mixed Up

Apr 07, 2015 // Quotes Daniel Feiler in an article about his study that found extraverts were more likely to make friends with many other extraverts, while introverts were more likely to have other introverts in their smaller social networks.
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Introverts May Be the Only People Who See the World Accurately

Apr 07, 2015 // Highlights a study co-conducted by Daniel Feiler that found that extroverts and introverts perceive the world in different ways—with introverts being far more perceptive and in touch with reality.
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Lots of Facebook friends? Doesn't mean you're popular

Apr 06, 2015 // Daniel Feiler, assistant professor of business administration, and Adam Kleinbaum, associate professor of business administration, took the well-known friendship paradox, which states that, statistically speaking, your friends probably have more friends than you do, and extended it to real-world social dynamics.
View at The Telegraph