Alycia Chin

Decision Scientist

Professional experience

    • Decision Scientist, Miss april
    • Research Assistant, Federal Reserve Board of Governors

      Education

        • Ph.D. in Behavioral Decision Research, Carnegie Mellon University
        • M.S. in Behavioral Decision Research, Carnegie Mellon University
        • B.A. in Economics and Politics, Scripps College

            Publications

            Publication Date

            Forthcoming

            Citation Information

            Alycia Chin and W. Bruine de Bruin. "Eliciting stock market expectations: The effects of question wording on survey experience and response validity" Journal of Behavioral Finance, forthcoming. 

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            Publication Date

            Forthcoming

            Citation Information

            Alycia Chin and W. Bruine de Bruin. "Understanding the formation of consumers' stock market expectations" Journal of Consumer Affairs, forthcoming. 

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            Publication Date

            March 2017

            Citation Information

            Alycia Chin, A. Markey, S. Bhargava, K. Kassam, and G. Loewenstein. "Bored in the USA: Experience sampling and boredom in everyday life" Emotion, Vol 17(2), Mar 2017, 359-368. 

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            Publication Date

            August 2014

            Citation Information

            Amanda Markey, A. Chin, E. M. VanEpps, and G. Loewenstein. "Identifying a reliable boredom induction" Perceptual & Motor Skills, vol. 119 (2014). 

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            Publication Date

            January 2010

            Citation Information

            Alycia Chin and M. Warusawitharana. "Financial market shocks during the Great Depression" B. E. Journal of Macroeconomics, vol. 10 (2010). 

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