Research Support

Some of our researchers have been awarded a grant to augment their funding for their research. It is given in the interest of providing researchers a starting point to conduct quality researchers with dependable subjects.

Listed here are those who have received the grants and links to their subsequent work.

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Xlab Grant Recipients


2016 - 2017

Researcher

Faculty Advisor

Department

Kevin Schuster Don Moore Haas
Filter Bubbles: Breaking Through
Michael O'Donnell Ellen Evers Haas
Dissociations Between Willingness-to-pay and Choice
Daron Sharps Juliana Schroeder Haas
Barriers to Prosocial Behavior Study
Amanda Perez Rodolfo Mendoza-Denton Psychology
The Efficacy of Using Individual Quad Model Parameters in a Liner Model
Jonas Tungodden Stefano DellaVigna Economics
How do parents make choices for children? Competitiveness and gender
Aisling Scott John Morgan Haas
It Takes Only One to Trust
Phoebe Wong Clayton Critcher Haas
Revisiting a decision-by-sampling origin of loss aversion

2015 - 2016

Researcher

Faculty Advisor

Department

Phoebe Wong Clayton Critcher Haas
Revisiting a decision-by-sampling origin of loss aversion
Ali Sanaei Coye Cheshire School of Information
When Police Brutality Backfires: How Information Asymmetries Moderate the Link between Violent Repression and Collective Action
Maria Eckstein Silvia Bunge Psychology
Manipulating goal-directed and habitual strategies through cognitive tasks
Fausto Gonzalez Leif Nelson Haas
Send-it-forward: Social messaging and well-being
Michael Rosenblum Juliana Schroeder Haas
Decision-Making Studies
Oren Reshef Steve Tadelis Haas
Peer effects in a team setting
Daniel Stancato Serena Chen Psychology
Inequality, Threat, and the Social Fabric: Laboratory Studies on the Harmful Effects of Income; Inequality on Social Relations and Well-being

2014 - 2015

Researcher

Faculty Advisor

Department

Tim Campellone Ann Kring Psychology
Ecological Momentary Intervention for Improving Motivation/Goal Attainment
Sanaz Mobasseri Dana Carney Haas
Thin Slices and Social Networks
Emma Bruehlman-Senecal Ozlem Ayduk Psychology
This Too Shall Pass: Temporary Distance and the Regulation of Emotional Distress
Summer Starling Julianna Deardorff Public Health
Adolescent Evaluative Judgments and Trust in Online Sexual Health Resources
Jordan Leitner Ozlem Ayduk Psychology
Reducing Inflammatory Reactivity during Intergroup Mentoring Interactions
Lydia Ashton Sophia Villa-boas ARE
Hunger Games: Does Hunger Affect Risk and Time Preferences?

2013 - 2014

Researcher

Faculty Advisor

Department

David Echeverry Shachar Kariv Haas
Leading by non-example
Laura Howland Dana Carney Haas
Career: Physiological underpinnings of power's effect on adaptive and corrupt outcomes
Leanne ten Brinke Dana Carney Haas
Social Judgment
Lydia Ashton Sophia Villas-boas ARE
Hunger Games: Does Hunger Affect Risk and Time Preferences?
Siyu Yu Claude Fischer Sociology
Diffusion of cooperation in networks
Ye (Wendy) Jin Shachar Kariv Economics
Level-K Thinking in Ring Games