PHDBA 259S, MORS Colloquium
Professors Mathijs de Vaan and Juliana Schroeder
Cheit 330, Tuesdays from 3:30-5:00 pm (*unless otherwise noted)

This seminar is open to the public. Clicking the dates will link to Google calendar events. For more information, contact the MORS group.

August 28 “Is Status Like a Drug? The Possession of and Desire for Social Status”
Cameron Anderson

University of California, Berkeley
Haas School of Business”Expressing Dissent: The Role of Language in the Dehumanization of Ideological Opponents”
Juliana Schroeder
University of California, Berkeley
Haas School of Business
September 4 “The Power and Peril of Precise Numbers”
David Loschelder

Leuphana University of Luneburg
Institute of Management & Organization
September 11 “Are We Over-Testing? Using Machine Learning to Understand Doctors’ Decisions”
Ziad Obermeyer

University of California, Berkeley
School of Public Health
September 18 “What Do Chameleons Do? How Context Affects Self-Monitoring Behavior, and its Consequences”
Richard Lu
University of California, Berkeley
Haas School of Business
September 25 “Technology, Behavior Tracking, and the Future of Work”
Nathanael Fast

University of Southern California
Marshall School of Business
October 2 “Can an Early-Career Setback Lead to Longer-term Scientific Impact?”
Dashun Wang

Northwestern University
Kellogg School of Management
October 9 Rachel Habbert & Daron Sharps
University of California, Berkeley
Haas School of Business
October 16 Tristan Botelho
Yale School of Management
October 23 “My Job, Your Calling: How Couples’ Work Orientation Incongruence Shapes Work Outcomes”
Amy Wrzesniewski

Yale School of Management
October 30 “The Psychology of Conversation: Asking Questions, Choosing Topics, and Listening (or Not)”
Alison Wood Brooks

Harvard Business School
November 6 Sameer Srivastava & Laura Kray
University of California, Berkeley
Haas School of Business
November 13 Student Workshop
University of California, Berkeley
Haas School of Business
November 27 Thanksgiving

 

December 4 Barry Schwartz
University of California, Berkeley
Haas School of Business

Next: Spring 2018