Christopher K. Hsee
Christopher K. Hsee
University of Chicago Booth School of Business
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Risk as feelings.
GF Loewenstein, EU Weber, CK Hsee, N Welch
Psychological bulletin 127 (2), 267, 2001
The evaluability hypothesis: An explanation for preference reversals between joint and separate evaluations of alternatives
CK Hsee
Organizational behavior and human decision processes 67 (3), 247-257, 1996
Cross-cultural differences in risk perception, but cross-cultural similarities in attitudes towards perceived risk
EU Weber, C Hsee
Management science 44 (9), 1205-1217, 1998
Preference reversals between joint and separate evaluations of options: A review and theoretical analysis.
CK Hsee, GF Loewenstein, S Blount, MH Bazerman
Psychological bulletin 125 (5), 576, 1999
Money, kisses, and electric shocks: On the affective psychology of risk
Y Rottenstreich, CK Hsee
Psychological science 12 (3), 185-190, 2001
Music, pandas, and muggers: on the affective psychology of value.
CK Hsee, Y Rottenstreich
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 133 (1), 23, 2004
Cross-national differences in risk preference and lay predictions
C Hsee, E Weber
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 45, 165-171, 2006
A fundamental prediction error: self–others discrepancies in risk preference.
CK Hsee, EU Weber
Journal of experimental psychology: general 126 (1), 45, 1997
Less is better: When low‐value options are valued more highly than high‐value options
CK Hsee
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 11 (2), 107-121, 1998
Velocity relation: Satisfaction as a function of the first derivative of outcome over time.
CK Hsee, RP Abelson
Journal of personality and social psychology 60 (3), 341, 1991
General evaluability theory
CK Hsee, J Zhang
Perspectives on Psychological Science 5 (4), 343-355, 2010
The effect of power on susceptibility to emotional contagion
CK Hsee, E Hatfield, JG Carlson, C Chemtob
Cognition and emotion 4 (4), 327-340, 1990
Distinction bias: misprediction and mischoice due to joint evaluation.
CK Hsee, J Zhang
Journal of personality and social psychology 86 (5), 680, 2004
Decision and experience: why don't we choose what makes us happy?
CK Hsee, R Hastie
Trends in cognitive sciences 10 (1), 31-37, 2006
Culture and individual judgment and decision making
E Weber, C Hsee
Journal of Applied Psychology 49 (1), 32-61, 2000
Will products look more attractive when presented separately or together?
CK Hsee, F Leclerc
Journal of Consumer Research 25 (2), 175-186, 1998
Medium maximization
CK Hsee, F Yu, J Zhang, Y Zhang
Journal of Consumer Research 30 (1), 1-14, 2003
Stretching the truth: Elastic justification and motivated communication of uncertain information
ME Schweitzer, CK Hsee
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 25, 185-201, 2002
What Folklore Tells Us about Risk and Risk Taking: Cross-Cultural Comparisons of American, German, and Chinese Proverbs
EU Weber, CK Hsee, J Sokolowska
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 75 (2), 170-186, 1998
Elastic justification: How tempting but task-irrelevant factors influence decisions
CK Hsee
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 62 (3), 330-337, 1995
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