SCP-Sheth Dissertation Proposal
Anastasiya Pocheptsova wins with "The Effect of Context and Real-time Evaluations on Retrospective Judgments of Hedonic Experiences". Honorable mention - Julia Belyavsky and Arul Mishra
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Ph D Awards
Date: Thu, 5 Oct 2006 10:37:06 -0400
From: "Compeau" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The Society for Consumer Psychology is proud to announce the winners of its annual SCP-SHETH Dissertation Proposal Competition.
This year’s competition was very competitive. The papers were evaluated by multiple reviewers, and all submissions received valuable reviewer feedback and comments. The winner will receive $1000, and the two runners up will be awarded $500 each. All three winning papers will be presented at the 2007 winter SCP conference in Las Vegas.
Winner of the 2006 Competition:
Anastasiya Pocheptsova, from the Yale School of Management, with a proposal entitled "The Effect of Context and Real-time Evaluations on Retrospective Judgments of Hedonic Experiences" (Dissertation Chair: Nathan Novemsky).
Julia Belyavsky, University of Florida, with a proposal entitled "Letting Good Opportunities Pass Us By: Examining the Role of Mindset During Goal Pursuit" (Dissertation Chair: Joel Cohen).
Arul Mishra, University of Iowa, with a proposal entitled "The Role of Spatial Groupings on the Spread of Good and Bad Qualities" (Dissertation Chair: Dhananjay Nayakankuppam).
We also wish to recognize the hard work and dedication of the many SCP members who offered to review. SCP is lucky to have such a dedicated and committed group of members.
See you at the SCP Conference in LasVegas, Feb. 2007.