Thomas Gilovich

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
"Thomas Gilovich"
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Lee Ross grad student Stanford
Mark Lepper grad student 1981 Stanford (PsychTree)


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Steven L. Neuberg research assistant 1983 Cornell (PsychTree)
Christopher Welker research assistant 2015-2018 (PsychTree)
Bryan West grad student 2017- Cornell (Music Tree)
Leaf D. Van Boven grad student 2000 Cornell
Nicholas Epley grad student 2001 Cornell
Richard P. Eibach grad student 2003 Cornell
Lisa K. Libby grad student 2003 Cornell
Joyce M. Ehrlinger grad student 2004 Cornell
Jane L. Risen grad student 2007 Cornell
Karlene C. Hanko grad student 2008 Cornell
Yoel Inbar grad student 2008 Cornell
Elanor F. Williams grad student 2008 Cornell
Jeremy D. Cone grad student 2012 Cornell
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Walker J, Gilovich T. (2020) The streaking star effect: Why people want superior performance by individuals to continue more than identical performance by groups. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Walker J, Risen JL, Gilovich T, et al. (2018) Sudden-Death Aversion: Avoiding Superior Options Because They Feel Riskier. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Walker J, Kumar A, Gilovich T. (2016) Cultivating Gratitude and Giving Through Experiential Consumption. Emotion (Washington, D.C.)
Kumar A, Gilovich T. (2016) To do or to have, now or later? The preferred consumption profiles of material and experiential purchases Journal of Consumer Psychology. 26: 169-178
Davidai S, Gilovich T. (2016) The tide that lifts all focal boats: Asymmetric predictions of ascent and descent in rankings Judgment and Decision Making. 11: 7-20
Kumar A, Gilovich T. (2015) Some "Thing" to Talk About? Differential Story Utility From Experiential and Material Purchases. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin
Davidai S, Gilovich T. (2015) Building a more mobile America--one income quintile at a time. Perspectives On Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 10: 60-71
Gilovich T, Kumar A, Jampol L. (2015) The beach, the bikini, and the best buy: Replies to Dunn and Weidman, and to Schmitt, Brakus, and Zarantonello Journal of Consumer Psychology. 25: 179-184
Gilovich T, Kumar A, Jampol L. (2015) A wonderful life: Experiential consumption and the pursuit of happiness Journal of Consumer Psychology. 25: 152-165
Gilovich T, Kumar A. (2015) We'll Always Have Paris: The Hedonic Payoff from Experiential and Material Investments Advances in Experimental Social Psychology. 51: 147-187
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