Ellie Kyung
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Reconstruction of things past: Why do some memories feel so close and others so far away?
EJ Kyung, G Menon, Y Trope
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (1), 217-220, 2010
Biases in social comparisons: Optimism or pessimism?
G Menon, EJ Kyung, N Agrawal
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 108 (1), 39-52, 2009
Best face forward: Improving companies’ service interfaces with customers
JF Rayport, BJ Jaworski, EJ Kyung
Journal of Interactive Marketing 19 (4), 67-80, 2005
How perceptions of temporal distance influence satiation
J Galak, JP Redden, Y Yang, EJ Kyung
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 52, 118-123, 2014
Algorithmic transference: People overgeneralize failures of AI in the government
C Longoni, L Cian, EJ Kyung
Journal of Marketing Research 60 (1), 170-188, 2023
When bigger is better (and when it is not): Implicit bias in numeric judgments
EJ Kyung, M Thomas, A Krishna
Journal of Consumer Research 44 (1), 62-79, 2017
Construal level and temporal judgments of the past: the moderating role of knowledge
EJ Kyung, G Menon, Y Trope
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 21, 734-739, 2014
Slider Scale or Text Box: How Response Format Shapes Responses
M Thomas, EJ Kyung
Journal of Consumer Research, 2018
When remembering disrupts knowing: Blocking implicit price memory
EJ Kyung, M Thomas
Journal of Marketing Research 53 (6), 937-953, 2016
Moving, fast or slow: how perceived speed influences mental representation and decision making
Y Shani-Feinstein, EJ Kyung, J Goldenberg
Journal of Consumer Research 49 (3), 520-542, 2022
How political identity influences COVID-19 risk perception: A model of identity-based risk perception
E Kyung, M Thomas, A Krishna
Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 7 (3), 316-324, 2022
When More Information Leads to More Uncertainty
G Menon, E Kyung
Harvard Business Review, 2020
Marketplace: Best Face Forward: Improving Companies' Service Interfaces With Customers
JF Rayport, BJ Jaworski, EJ Kyung
Journal of Interactive Marketing 19 (4), 67, 2005
AI in the Government: Responses to Failures
C Longoni, L Cian, E Kyung
PsyArXiv. June 1, 2022
Knowing without remembering: How articulation reduces the accuracy of numeric comparisons
E Kyung, M Thomas
Society for Consumer Psychology Proceedings, 2013
How slider scales systematically bias willingness-to-pay: implicit recalibration of monetary magnitudes
M Thomas, E Kyung
ACR European Advances, 2018
Feast TodayMakes Fast Tomorrow? Influencing Satiation through Perceptions of TemporalDistance
J Galak, JP Redden, E Kyung, Y Yang
Working Paper, 2012
Blinded versus unblinded review: A field study comparing the equity of peer-review
T Pleskac, E Kyung, G Chapman, O Urminsky
University of Chicago, Becker Friedman Institute for Economics Working Paper, 2024
Artificial Intelligence in the Government: Responses to Failures and Social Impact
C Longoni, L Cian, E Kyung
Proceedings of the 2022 AAAI/ACM Conference on AI, Ethics, and Society, 446-446, 2022
Feels Far or Near? How Subjective Perception of When One Last Consumed Influences Satiation
J Galak, E Kyung, J Redden, Y Yang
ACR North American Advances, 2011
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