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Home | Events | CREED/TI miniworkshop: Motivated Cognition
Workshop

CREED/TI miniworkshop: Motivated Cognition


  • Series
  • Speaker(s)
    Silvia Saccardo (Carnegie Mellon University, United States), Raphael Epperson (University of Mannheim, Germany), and Jeanne Hagenbach (Sciences Po, France))
  • Field
    Behavioral Economics
  • Location
    Online
  • Date and time

    May 27, 2021
    16:00 - 18:00

https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3676711May 27, 16:00-18:00 CEST: Motivated Cognition

4:00 - 4:35pm
Silvia Saccardo (Carnegie Mellon University)
- Cognitive Flexibility or Moral Commitment? Evidence of Anticipated Belief Distortion (joint with Marta Serra-Garcia)
Paper

4:40 - 5:15pm
Raphael Epperson (Uni. Mannheim)
- Information Avoidance and Moral Behavior: Experimental Evidence from Food Choices (joint with Andreas Gerster)
Paper

5:20 - 5:55pm
Jeanne Hagenbach (Sciences Po)
- Selective Memory of a Psychological Agent (joint with Frédéric Koessler)
Paper

Information and registration

Each presentation is about 25 minutes and there is some time for questions at the end. Questions can be posted in the chat and we will moderate them. Only pressing clarifying questions will be handled during a talk. We appreciate it if you can turn on your webcam.

Go here to find instruction on how to attend this online workshop: www.tinbergen.nl/creed-ti-miniworkshops

The CREED/TI miniworkshop series is organized by research fellow Jeroen van de Ven, PhD student Davide Pace, Natalie Lee and Giorgia Romagnoli. All University of Amsterdam.