Stephanie Chen

Assistant Professor of Marketing

AB (Princeton) PhD (New York)

Dr Stephanie Chen conducts research on the psychological processes that underlie decision making, reasoning, and consumer behaviour. Her research has appeared in top journals such as Psychological Science and Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.

Prior to joining London Business School, Dr Chen was a post-doctoral fellow at the University Of Chicago Booth School Of Business. She earned an AB in Psychology from Princeton University and a PhD in Cognitive Psychology from New York University.

Her prior experience includes working as a consultant at ZS Associates where she helped clients with a wide range of sales and marketing issues.


How personal theories of the self shape beliefs about identity continuity

Molouki S; Chen S Y; Urminsky O; Bartels D M

In Lambert E and Schwenkler J (eds.), Becoming someone new: essays on transformative experience, choice, and change, Oxford University Press, forthcoming.


Causal beliefs in the self-concept and identity-based consumption

Chen S Y

In Reed II, A. & M. Forehand (Eds.) Handbook of research on identity theory in marketing, Edward Elgar - forthcoming

The role of causal beliefs in political identity and voting

Chen S Y; Urminsky O

Cognition 2019 July Vol 188 p 27-38

Teaching portfolio

Our teaching offering is updated annually. Faculty and programme material are subject to change.


Core courses

  • FT MBA Core