Presentations

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • Kyung, Ellie J., Yael Shani-Feinstein*, and Jacob Goldenberg (2019), “Slow and Steady Versus Fast and Furious: The Effect of Speed on Decision Making,” Society of Judgment and Decision Making, Montreal, Canada.
  • Pleskac, Timothy*, Ellie J. Kyung, Gretchen Chapman, and Oleg Urminsky (2019), “Comparison of Single- and Double-blind Review of Scientific Abstracts for a High Stakes International Conference,” Society for Judgment and Decision Making, Montreal, Canada.
  • Kyung, Ellie J.*, Manoj Thomas, and Aradhna Krishna (2019), “Left-Right or Top-Down” The Effect of Horizontal Versus Vertical Orientation on Consumer Judgments,” Association for Consumer Research, Atlanta, GA.
  • Ding, Yu* and Ellie J. Kyung (2019), “Time Flies…But Only When the Speed is ‘Just Right’: How Animation Speed Affects Perceived Waiting Time,” Association for Consumer Research, Atlanta, GA.
  • Kyung, Ellie J.*, Manoj Thomas, and Aradhna Krishna (2019), “Left-Right or Top-Down” The Effect of Horizontal Versus Vertical Orientation on Consumer Judgments,” Society for Consumer Psychology, Savannah, GA.
    Thomas, Manoj and Ellie J. Kyung* (2018), “Visualizing Price Magnitude: How Slider Scales Change Willingness-to-Pay,” Association for Consumer Research, Dallas, TX.
  • Kyung, Ellie J., Yael Shani-Feinstein*, and Jacob Goldenberg (2018), “Slow and Steady versus Fast and Furious: The Effect of Speed on Decision Making,” Association for Consumer Research, Dallas, TX.
  • Ding, Yu* and Ellie J. Kyung (2018), “Time Flies…But Only When the Speed is ‘Just Right’: How Animation Speed Affects Perceived Waiting Time," Association for Consumer Research, Dallas, TX.
  • Kyung, Ellie J., Yael Shani-Feinstein*, and Jacob Goldenberg (2018), “Slow and Steady versus Fast and Furious: The Effect of Speed on Decision Making,” Behavioral Decision Research in Management Conference, Harvard Business School, Boston, MA.
  • Thomas, Manoj and Ellie J. Kyung* (2018), “How Slider Scales Change Willingness-to-Pay: Recalibrating the Mental Number Line,” Behavioral Decision Research in Management Conference, Harvard Business School, Boston, MA.
  • Thomas, Manoj* and Ellie J. Kyung (2018), “How Slider Scales Systematically Bias Willingness-to-Pay: Implicit Recalibration of Monetary Magnitudes,” Association for Consumer Research European Conference, Ghent, Belgium.
  • Shalev, Edith, Meyrav Shoham*, and Ellie J. Kyung (2018), “The Reviewer Halo Effect: When What You Write Becomes Who You Are,” Association for Consumer Research European Conference, Ghent, Belgium.
  • Thomas, Manoj and Ellie J. Kyung* (2018), “How Slide Scales Systematically Bias Willingness-to-Pay: Implicit Recalibration of Monetary Magnitudes,” Society for Consumer Psychology, Dallas, TX. 
  • Shalev, Edith*, Meyrav Shoham, and Ellie J. Kyung (2018), “The Reviewer Halo Effect: Why Where Consumers Read Reviews Matters,” Society for Consumer Psychology, Dallas, TX. 
  • Thomas, Manoj and Ellie J. Kyung* (2017), “The Slider Scale Effect: Implicit Recalibration of Bids,” New Directions in Pricing Management Research and Practice, University of Illinois, Chicago, IL. 
  • Thomas, Manoj and Ellie J. Kyung* (2017), “The Slider Scale Effect: Implicit Recalibration of Bids, The Effect of Numerical Markers on Consumer Judgment and Decision Making, Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC.
  • Kyung, Ellie, Manoj Thomas, and Aradhna Krishna (2015), “Proactive Interference for Numeric Associations: The Rating Polarity Effect,” Society for Consumer Psychology, St. Pete Beach, FL.
  • Kyung, Ellie, Manoj Thomas, and Aradhna Krishna (2015), "The Rating Polarity Effect: Overcoming the Surreptitious Influence of Implicit Numerical Associations on Consumer Judgments,” Association for Consumer Research, New Orleans, LA.
  • Kyung, Ellie (2015), “Speeding Away from the Here and Now: Velocity and Mental Representation,” Society for Consumer Psychology, Phoenix, AZ.
  • Shalev, Edith and Ellie Kyung (2015), “When Does The Opinion of “Anonymous” Affect Consumer Attitudes? The Role of Opinion Fluency,” Society for Consumer Psychology, Phoenix, AZ.
  • Kyung, Ellie (2014), “Speeding Away from the Here and Now: Velocity and Mental Representation,” Association for Consumer Research, Baltimore, MD.
  • Kyung, Ellie (2014), “Speeding Away from the Here and Now: Velocity and Mental Representation,” Association for Consumer Research, Baltimore, MD.
  • Kyung, Ellie (2013), “Behind the ‘Privacy Paradox’: Decreasing Disclosure by Viewing Information as a Constrained Resource,” Society for Judgment and Decision Making, Toronto, Canada.
  • Kyung, Ellie and Manoj Thomas (2013), “Knowing without Remembering: How Articulation Reduces the Accuracy of Numeric Comparisons,” Society for Judgment and Decision Making, Toronto, Canada.
  • Kyung, Ellie (2013), “Behind the ‘Privacy Paradox’: Decreasing Disclosure by Viewing Information as a Constrained Resource,” Association for Consumer Research, Chicago, IL.
  • Kyung, Ellie and Manoj Thomas (2013), “Knowing without Remembering: How Articulation Reduce the Accuracy of Numeric Comparisons,” Society for Consumer Psychology, San Antonio, TX.
  • Kyung, Ellie and Manoj Thomas (2012), “The Articulation Paradox,” North East Marketing Conference, Cambridge, MA. (Five school marketing conference for Cornell, HBS, MIT, Tuck and Yale).
  • Galak, Jeff, Joseph P. Redden, Yang Yang, and Ellie J. Kyung (2012), “Feels Far or Near? How Subjective Perception of When One Last Consumed Influences Satiation,” Society for Consumer Psychology, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Galak, Jeff, Joseph P. Redden, Yang Yang, and Ellie J. Kyung (2011), “Feels Far or Near? How Subjective Perception of When One Last Consumed Influences Satiation,” Society for Judgment and Decision Making, Seattle, WA.
  • Galak, Jeff, Joseph P. Redden, Yang Yang, and Ellie J. Kyung (2011), “Feels Far or Near? How Subjective Perception of When One Last Consumed Influences Satiation,” Association for Consumer Research, St. Louis, MO.
  • Thomas, Manoj and Ellie J. Kyung (2011), “When Recall Disrupts Memory: Evidence for Implicit Reference Prices,” Association for Consumer Research, St. Louis, MO.
  • Kyung, Ellie J., Geeta Menon, and Yaacov Trope (2011), “Malleable Memories: The Moderating Effect of Knowledge on Construal Mindsets When Reconstructing History,” Society for Consumer Psychology, Atlanta, GA. 
    Discussant, Symposium Session: “Beyond Construal: Examining Broad Implications of Psychological Distance and Consumer Judgment”
  • Kyung, Ellie J. (2010), “Examining the ‘Privacy Paradox’: The Role of Perceived Constraints,” Association for Consumer Research, Jacksonville, FL
    Co-Chair (with Nidhi Agrawal), Invited Special Session: “All My Children: Fostering Diverse Approaches to Consumer Well-Being Research”
  • Menon, Geeta, Ellie J. Kyung, and Nidhi Agrawal (2009), “Biases in Social Comparison: Optimism or Pessimism?,” Association for Consumer Research, Pittsburgh, PA.
    Chair, Special Session: “On Being Better (or Worse) than Others: Illuminating and Eliminating Biases in Social Comparison”
  • Menon, Geeta, Ellie J. Kyung, and Nidhi Agrawal (2009), “Biases in Social Comparison: Optimism or Pessimism?,” Society for Consumer Psychology, San Diego, CA.
    Session Co-chair (with Edith Shalev): “The Other Side of Social Comparison: Imputing Information About Others”
  • Kyung, Ellie J., Geeta Menon, and Yaacov Trope (2008), “Reconstructing History: Construing Past Events to Influence Judgments of Recency and Culpability,” Society for Judgment and Decision Making, Chicago, IL.
  • Kyung, Ellie J., Geeta Menon, and Yaacov Trope (2007), “Reconstructing History: Construing Past Events to Influence Judgments of Recency and Culpability,” Association for Consumer Research, Memphis, TN.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS

  • University of Alberta, Alberta School of Business (scheduled, January 2021)
  • University of Massachusetts Amherst, Isenberg School of Management (scheduled, October 2020)
  • China Europe International Business School, April 2020 (rescheduled due to Covid-19)
  • Tilburg University, School of Economics and Management, April 2020 (rescheduled due to Covid-19)
  • Erasmus University, Rotterdam School of Management, April 2020 (rescheduled due to Covid-19)
  • University of Houston, October 2018 
  • Wharton, March 2018 
  • IDC Herzliya, November 2017
  • Northeast Marketing Conference, October 2017
  • University of Michigan, March 2017
  • Kellogg Marketing Camp, September 2016
  • Tuck Marketing Camp, May 2015
  • Carnegie Mellon University, Center for Behavioral and Decision Research, April 2015
  • 3M, November 2014
  • Northeast Marketing Conference, October 2012
  • ACR Doctoral Consortium, Jacksonville, FL, October 2010
  • Cornell University, November 2009
  • University of Michigan, November 2009
  • University of Southern California, November 2009
  • University of Toronto, October 2009
  • Dartmouth College, October 2009
  • Drexel University, October 2009
  • Trope Lab, New York University, December 2006