His main research concerns Social psychology, Preference, Cognitive psychology, Feeling and Affect. His work deals with themes such as Event, Risk perception, Developmental psychology and Social perception, which intersect with Social psychology. His study looks at the relationship between Preference and fields such as Risk-seeking, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His work carried out in the field of Cognitive psychology brings together such families of science as Value, Mode and Isolation. Along with Feeling, other disciplines of study including Interpretation and Perspective are integrated into his research. His Affect study deals with Affect heuristic intersecting with Prospect theory, Certainty and Psychophysics.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Happiness, Preference, Microeconomics and Cognitive psychology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Value and Risk perception. His work on Subjective well-being as part of general Happiness study is frequently linked to Consumption, bridging the gap between disciplines.
As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Preference, concentrating on Risk-seeking and frequently concerns with China. He has included themes like Consumer behaviour, Mode and Value in his Microeconomics study. Christopher K. Hsee conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Cognitive psychology and Joint evaluation through his research.
Christopher K. Hsee mainly focuses on Social psychology, Microeconomics, Preference, Advertising and Consumer behaviour. When carried out as part of a general Social psychology research project, his work on Compensation and Affect is frequently linked to work in Total compensation, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His work on Marginal utility and Cognitive Hierarchy Theory as part of general Microeconomics research is frequently linked to Decision maker, Research studies and Seekers, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
The Preference study combines topics in areas such as Value and Happiness. His Consumer behaviour study is concerned with the field of Marketing as a whole. Christopher K. Hsee combines subjects such as Resolution, Process and Data science with his study of Curiosity.
Christopher K. Hsee focuses on Social psychology, Curiosity, Consumer behaviour, Dominance and Task analysis. His Social psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cognitive psychology and Preference. His study in Curiosity is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Resolution, Affective forecasting and Data science.
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Risk as feelings.
George F. Loewenstein;Elke U. Weber;Christopher K. Hsee;Ned Welch.
Psychological Bulletin (2001)
The Evaluability Hypothesis: An Explanation for Preference Reversals between Joint and Separate Evaluations of Alternatives☆
Christopher K. Hsee.
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes (1996)
Cross-Cultural Differences in Risk Perception, But Cross-Cultural Similarities in Attitudes Towards Perceived Risk
Elke U. Weber;Christopher Hsee.
Management Science (1998)
Preference reversals between joint and separate evaluations of options: A review and theoretical analysis.
Christopher K. Hsee;George F. Loewenstein;Sally Blount;Max H. Bazerman.
Money, Kisses, and Electric Shocks: On the Affective Psychology of Risk
Yuval Rottenstreich;Christopher K. Hsee.
Psychological Science (2001)
Music, pandas, and muggers: on the affective psychology of value.
Christopher K. Hsee;Yuval Rottenstreich.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General (2004)
Cross-national differences in risk preference and lay predictions.
Christopher K. Hsee;Elke U. Weber.
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making (1999)
Risk as Feelings
George Loewenstein;Elke U. Weber;Christopher K. Hsee.
Social Science Research Network (2006)
Emotional intelligence and the self-regulation of affect.
Peter Salovey;Christopher K. Hsee;John D. Mayer.
Velocity relation : satisfaction as a function of the first derivative of outcome over time
Christopher K. Hsee;Robert P. Abelson.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1991)
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