Christopher Y. Olivola, Ph.D.

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2009 Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
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decision making
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Eldar Shafir grad student 2009 Princeton
 (The martyrdom effect: When the prospect of suffering for a cause increases contributions to the cause.)
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Olivola CY, Todorov A. (2017) The biasing effects of appearances go beyond physical attractiveness and mating motives. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 40: e38
Todorov A, Funk F, Olivola CY. (2015) Response to Bonnefon et al.: Limited 'kernels of truth' in facial inferences. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 19: 422-3
Todorov A, Olivola CY, Dotsch R, et al. (2015) Social attributions from faces: determinants, consequences, accuracy, and functional significance. Annual Review of Psychology. 66: 519-45
Olivola CY, Sussman AB. (2015) Taxes and consumer behavior The Cambridge Handbook of Consumer Psychology. 564-588
Olivola CY, Wang SW. (2015) Patience auctions: the impact of time vs. money bidding on elicited discount rates Experimental Economics
Olivola CY, Machery E. (2014) Is psychological essentialism an inherent feature of human cognition? The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 37: 499
Olivola CY, Funk F, Todorov A. (2014) Social attributions from faces bias human choices. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 18: 566-70
Olivola CY, Sussman AB. (2014) Many behavioral tendencies associated with right-leaning (conservative) political ideologies are malleable and unrelated to negativity. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 37: 323-4
Noguchi T, Stewart N, Olivola CY, et al. (2014) Characterizing the time-perspective of nations with search engine query data. Plos One. 9: e95209
Moat HS, Preis T, Olivola CY, et al. (2014) Using big data to predict collective behavior in the real world. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 37: 92-3
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