Members: USC Marshall Business School
Research: I focus on the psychological processes that shape consumer judgments, decisions and behaviors.
Stephan (Steve) Carney
Research: Psychological underpinnings of consumer decision making and the factors that undermine consumers’ ability to make the best decisions for themselves and others.
Tom Y. Chang
Research: Behavioral Finance and Economics
Research: I am interested in: 1) how consumers search for and use information when search costs are low, assortments are large, and recommendation tools may be available. 2) how people anticipate, experience, and remember events that unfold over time and during which technologies (e.g., camera phones) play a role.
Elizabeth Nell Hannan
Research: I study the interplay of feeling and thinking in judgment and decision making, including public opinion, consumer behavior, and well-being.
Research: Impact of uncertainty on decision making, and consumer financial decision making, specifically budgeting and savings decisions.
Research: What are habits, and why do people find it so difficult to change them?