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David Faro

BA (Boston) MSc (London) PhD (Chicago)
Associate Professor of Marketing

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  • More for the Many: The Influence of Entitativity on Charitable Giving (with Smith R and Burson K), Journal of Consumer Research 2012 (Forthcoming)
  • Providing Multiple Units of a Good Attenuates the Endowment Effect (with Burson K and Rottenstreich Y), Management Science 2012 (Forthcoming)
  • ABC’s of Principal-Agent Interactions: Accurate Predictions, Biased Processes, and Contrasts between Working and Delegating (with K Burson and Y Rottenstreich), Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes (in press).
  • Changing the Future by Reshaping the Past: The Influence of Causal Beliefs on Estimates of Time to Onset, Journal of Consumer Research (2010).
  • Naïve Theories of Causal Force and Compression of Elapsed Time Judgments (with A McGill, and R Hastie), Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2010), Lead Article.
  • Affect, Empathy and Regressive Mispredictions of Others' Preferences under Risk (with Y Rottenstreich), Management Science (2006).
  • Perceived Causality as a Cue to Temporal Distance (with F Leclerc and R Hastie), Psychological Science (2005).

Research interest

Consumer Behavior, Time Perception, Causal Reasoning, Social Perception.

Contact Details

Email: dfaro@london.edu

tel: +44 (0)20 7000 8632
fax: +44 (0)20 7000 7001

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