Symposia: 221/186 - Social psychological research on information processing and decision making in economical contexts

Wednesday 5 July
16.40 - 18.20 h.
Andalucía III
Our symposium presents results and implications derived from various studies covering a broad range of decision making issues, including biases in financial decisions, the role of selective attention and information processing in consumer choice, and information checking behavior on websites.

 

Chair
Claudia Vogrincic-Haselbacher
Post-doc. Department of Psychology. Social Psychology. University of Graz. Austria.

 

221/18601 Pitting decision quality against information quantity: A haunting tradeoff

(1) Fiedler, Klaus; (2) Eichberger, Jürgen; (3) Schnell, Knut

(1) Professor. Department of Social Psychology. University of Heidelberg. Heidelberg. Germany; (2) Professor. Alfred-Weber-Institute for Economic Sciences. University of Heidelberg. Heidelberg. Germany; (3) MD. University Hospital Heidelberg. Heidelberg. Germany

221/18602 Consumer decisions under high information load: Determinants of decision quality

(1) Athenstaedt, Ursula; (2) Vogrincic-Haselbacher, Claudia; (3) Dinslaken, Isabelle; (4) Lurger, Brigitta; (5) Caks, Florian

(1) Professor. Department of Psychology. Social Psychology. University of Graz. Graz. Austria.; (2) Post-doc.Department of Psychology. Social Psychology. University of Graz. Graz. Austria.; (3) PhD candidate. Department of Psychology. Social Psychology. University of Graz. Graz. Austria.; (4) Professor. Institute of Civil Law, Foreign and Private International Law. University of Graz. Graz. Austria.; (5) PhD candidate. Institute of Civil Law, Foreign and Private International Law. University of Graz. Graz. Austria.

221/18603 How selective attention shapes consumers’ preferences

(1) Florack, Arnd; (2) Egger, Martin

(1) Professor. Department of Applied Psychology. Applied Social Psychology and Consumer Research. University of Vienna. Vienna. Austria; (2) PhD candidate. Department of Applied Psychology. Applied Social Psychology and Consumer Research. University of Vienna. Vienna. Austria

221/18604 Click Or Skip: The Role Of Experience In Easy-Click Checking Decisions

(1) Roth, Yefim; (2) Wänke, Michaela; (3) Erev, Ido

(1) PhD candidate. Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management at the Technion, Haifa. Haifa.Israel.; (2) Professor. Department of Consumer Psychology. University of Mannheim. Mannheim. Germany; (3) Professor. Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management at the Technion, Haifa. Haifa.Israel.