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Richard P. Larrick, Hanes Corporation Foundation Distinguished Professor of Business Administration and Professor of Psychology & Neuroscience and Faculty Network Member of The Energy Initiative

Richard P. Larrick
Contact Info:
Office Location:  A315 Fuqua Sch of Bus, Durham, NC 27708
Office Phone:  (919) 660-4076
Email Address:   send me a message
Web Page:   http://www.fuqua.duke.edu/faculty/richard-larrick

Teaching (Fall 2020):

  • Ba 925.01, Behavior decision theory Synopsis
    Online on, Th 09:30 AM-12:00 PM
Education:

Ph.D.University of Michigan, Ann Arbor1991
M.A.University of Michigan, Ann Arbor1989
B.A.College of William and Mary1986
Research Interests: Individual and Group Decision Making, Motivation, Social Perception, Behavioral Approaches to Energy and the Environment Decisions

Areas of Interest:

Individual, group, and organizational decision making
Behavioral approaches to energy and environment decisions
Negotiation
Social perception

Curriculum Vitae
Recent Publications   (More Publications)   (search)

  1. Tang, S; Koval, CZ; Larrick, RP; Harris, L (2020). The morality of organization versus organized members: Organizations are attributed more control and responsibility for negative outcomes than are equivalent members.. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 119(4), 901-919. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Lawson, MA; Larrick, RP; Soll, JB (2020). Comparing fast thinking and slow thinking: The relative benefits of interventions, individual differences, and inferential rules. Judgment and Decision Making, 15(5), 660-684.  [abs]
  3. Camilleri, AR; Larrick, RP (2019). The collective aggregation effect: Aggregating potential collective action increases prosocial behavior.. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General, 148(3), 550-569. [doi]  [abs]
  4. Camilleri, AR; Larrick, RP; Hossain, S; Patino-Echeverri, D (2019). Consumers underestimate the emissions associated with food but are aided by labels. Nature Climate Change, 9(1), 53-58. [doi]  [abs]
  5. Minson, JA; Mueller, JS; Larrick, RP (2018). The contingent wisdom of dyads: When discussion enhances vs. undermines the accuracy of collaborative judgments. Management Science, 64(9), 4177-4192. [doi]  [abs]

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