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Employment History

Senior Lecturer, Monash University, February 2017- .
Lecturer, University of Technology Sydney, March 2014 – January 2017.

Education

Ph.D. in Marketing, University of Toronto, 2014.
M.A. in Social Psychology, University of Chicago.
A.B. (Hons.) in Psychology, University of Michigan.
A.R.C.T. (Hons.) in Piano Performance, Royal Conservatory of Music.

Published Articles

  1. Chan, E. Y., & Zlatevska N. (2018). Jerkies, burgers, and tacos: Socioeconomic status and meat preference. Appetite, accepted August 2018.
  2. Chan, E. Y. (2018). Mindfulness and attitudes toward eating insects: The role of disgust. Food Quality and Preference, accepted August 2018.
  3. Chan, E., & Saqib, N. (2018). Reversing the endowment effect by empowering buyers and sellers. European Journal of Marketing, accepted May 2018.
  4. Chan, E., & Wang, Y. (2018). Rejecting options from large and small choice sets: The mediating role of confidence. European Journal of Marketing, accepted May 2018.
  5. Chan, E. Y. (2018). Exposure to national flags reduces tax evasion: Evidence from the United States, Australia, and Britain. European Journal of Social Psychology, forthcoming.
  6. Chan, E. Y. (2018). Mindfulness promotes sustainable tourism: The case of Uluru. Current Issues in Tourism, forthcoming.
  7. Chan, E. Y. (2018). Handedness and religious beliefs: Testing the two possible accounts of authoritarianism and belief updating. Personality and Individual Differences, 127, 101-106.
  8. Chan, E. Y. (2017). Self-protection promotes altruism. Evolution and Human Behavior, 38(5), 667-673.
  9. Chan, E. Y. (2017). Exposure to the American flag polarizes Democratic-Republican ideologies. British Journal of Social Psychology, 56(4), 809-818.
  10. Chan, E. Y. (2016). Re-construing politics: The dual impacts of abstraction on political ideologyEuropean Journal of Social Psychology, 46(5), 649-656.
  11. Chan, E. Y. (2015). Endowment effect for hedonic but not utilitarian goods. International Journal of Research in Marketing32, 439-441.
  12. Saqib, N. U., & Chan, E. Y. (2015). Time pressure reverses risk references. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 130, 58-68.
  13. Chan, E. Y., & Saqib, N. U. (2015). Online social networking increases financial risk-taking. Computers in Human Behavior, 51, 224-231.
  14. Chan, E. Y. (2015). Attractiveness of options moderates the effect of choice overload. International Journal of Research in Marketing, 32, 425-427.
  15. Chan, E. Y. (2015). Physically-attractive males increase men’s financial risk-takingEvolution and Human Behavior, 36, 407-413.
  16. McCay, E., Beanlands, H., Zipursky, R., Roy, P., Leszcz, M., Landeen, J., Ryan, K., Conrad, G., Romano, D., Francis, D., Hunt, J. Costantini, L., & Chan, E. (2007). A randomised controlled trial of a group intervention to reduce engulfment and self-stigmatisation in first episode schizophrenia. Advances in Mental Health, 6, 212-220.

Book Chapter

  1. Soman, D., Cheema, A., & Chan, E. Y. (2011). Understanding consumer psychology to avoid abuse of credit cards. In D. Mick, S. Pettigrew, C. Pechmann & J. Ozanne (Eds.), Transformative consumer research for personal and collective well-being. New York: Routledge.

Textbook

  1. Hoyer, W. D., MacInnis, D. J., Pieters, R., Chan, E., & Northey, G. (2017). Consumer Behavior, 1st Asia-Pacific Edition, Melbourne, Australia: Cengage.

Other Publications

  1. Chan, E. (2018, September 3). Reducing tax evasion: What have national flags got to do with it? Austaxpolicy.
  2. Chan, E. (2018, June 25). The role of evolution in a helping hand. Science Trends.
  3. Chan, E. (2004, October). The importance of introductory psychology courses. American Psychological Society Observer, 17(10).
  4. Chan, E. (2003, December). Martin takes helm of Canada. The Michigan Journal of International Affairs, 1.
  5. Chan, E. (1998, October 20). Classical influence is everywhere. Toronto Star, p. F1.

Conference Papers

  1. Chan, E. Y., & Zlatevska, N. (2018, December). Jerkies, burgers, and tacos: Socioeconomic status and meat preference. Australian & New Zealand Marketing Academy, Adelaide, Australia.
  2. Chan, E. Y., & Wan, J. (2018, June). Product colors influence charitable giving: A Moral regulation account. The Conference on the Prosocial Consumer, Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia, Whistler, Canada.
  3. Chan, E., & Tam, L. (2018, June). Political ideology and intertemporal choice. INFORMS International, Taipei, Republic of China (Taiwan).
  4. Chan, E., & Tam, L. (2017, December). Political ideology and intertemporal choice. Australian & New Zealand Marketing Academy, Melbourne, Australia.
  5. Chan, E., & Orazi, D. (2017, December). Thinking about money reduces belief in God. Australian & New Zealand Marketing Academy, Melbourne, Australia.
  6. Wang, L., Wang, Q., Keller, L. R., & Chan, E. (2017, October). Counterfeits can benefit original brands when people are caught using counterfeits: The role of face restoration. Association for Consumer Research, San Diego, CA.
  7. Chan, E. Y. (2016, May). The peak of luxury: Vertical height enhances perceived prestige of products. The Mystique of Luxury Brands Conference, Shanghai, China.
  8. Saqib, N., & Chan, E. (2015, December). The role of self-construal in shifting preferences for modernity. Australian & New Zealand Marketing Academy, Sydney, Australia.
  9. Chan, E. Y. (2015, November). Revisiting risk-as-feelings: Cognitive processing style moderates the affect heuristic. INFORMS, Philadelphia, PA.
  10. Chan, E. Y., & Chow, T. (2015, October). Exposure to the American flag reduces tax evasion. Accounting, Behavior and Organizations Section Midyear Meeting, Nashville, TN.
  11. Chan, E. Y., & Saqib, N. U. (2015, June). Online social networking increases financial risk-taking. Association for Consumer Research Asia-Pacific Conference, Hong Kong.
  12. Chan, E. (2015, June-July). The role of relative income in heuristic decision-making. Society for the Advancement of Behavioral Economics-Western Economic Association International, Honolulu, HI.
  13. Chan, E. (2015, February). Physically-attractive males increase men’s financial risk-taking. Society for Consumer Psychology, Phoenix, AZ.
  14. Chan, E. & Saqib, N. U. (2014, December). Online social networking increases financial risk-taking. Australian & New Zealand Marketing Academy, Brisbane, Australia.
  15. Chan, E. (2014, December). Communicating climate change information – in Celsius or Fahrenheit? Australian & New Zealand Marketing Academy, Brisbane, Australia.
  16. Maglio, S., & Chan, E. (2014, October). Coffee, tea, and caffeinated cognition. Association for Consumer Research, Baltimore, MD.
  17. Chan, E. & Saqib, N. U. (2014, September). Online social networking increases financial risk-taking. International Conference on Consumer Research, Bonn Germany.
  18. Saqib, N., & Chan, E. (2013, December). The prior loss effect on loss aversion. Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy, Auckland, New Zealand.
  19. Wan, J., & Chan, E. (2013, October). Colour me morally: White and black colours influence moral behaviours. Association for Consumer Research, Chicago, IL.
  20. Chan, E., & Saqib, N. U. (2013, October). Loss aversion attenuates under time pressure. Association for Consumer Research, Chicago, IL.
  21. Chan, E., & Mitchell, A. (2013, February). The tyranny of utilitarian but democracy of hedonic choices. Society for Consumer Psychology, San Antonio, TX.
  22. Chan, E. Y., & Wan, J. (2012, November). Discretionary virtues: Licensing from “doing good” versus “not doing bad”. Society for Judgment and Decision Making, Minneapolis, MN.
  23. Chan, E., & Saqib, N. U. (2012, October). Navigating the waters: Regulating versus using feelings toward risky choices. Association for Consumer Research, Vancouver, Canada.
  24. Chan, E., & Kim Cho, E. (2012, October). On higher ground: Moral thinking leads to abstract processing. Association for Consumer Research, Vancouver, Canada.
  25. Chan, E., & Kim Cho, E. (2012, January). On higher ground: Moral thinking leads to abstract processing. Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Diego, CA.
  26. Saqib, N., & Chan, E. (2009, October). Preference reversal in risky choices under time pressure. Association for Consumer Research, Pittsburgh, PA.
  27. Chan, E. (2006, April). Reworking Rawls’ “Justice as Fairness”. Pacific University Undergraduate Philosophy Conference, Forest Grove, OR.

Conference Posters

  1. Chan, E. Y., & Saqib, N. U. (2016, November). The moderating role of arousal in affect’s influence on risk preference: When happiness means risky business. Society for Judgment and Decision Making, Boston, MA.
  2. Chan, E. Y. (2015, June). Power and politics: Feeling powerless shifts political preference towards liberalism. Marketing and Public Policy Conference, Washington, DC.
  3. Chan, E., & Wan, J. (2013, January). Discretionary virtues: Licensing from “doing good” versus “not doing bad”. Society for Personality and Social Psychology, New Orleans, LA.
  4. Chan, E. Y., & Wan, J. (2013, January). Colour me morally: White and black colours influence moral behaviours. Society for Personality and Social Psychology, New Orleans, LA.
  5. Chan, E. Y., & Mitchell, A. (2011, January). Finding the apple of my eye: Categorization and satisfaction from hedonic consumption. Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Antonio, TX.
  6. Chan, E. Y., & Mitchell, A. (2010, May). Finding the apple of my eye: Categorization and satisfaction from hedonic consumption. Interdisciplinary Science of Consumption, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.
  7. Chan, E. Y., & Mitchell, A. (2010, May). Finding the apple of my eye: Categorization and satisfaction from hedonic consumption. Southern Ontario Behavioural Decision Research Conference, Schulich School of Business, York University, Toronto, Canada.
  8. Chan, E. Y., & Saqib, N. (2010, May). Justification of hedonic consumption pre- vs. post-consuming. Southern Ontario Behavioural Decision Research Conference, Schulich School of Business, York University, Toronto, Canada.
  9. Saqib, N., & Chan, E. (2009, May). Preference reversal in risky choices under time pressure. Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco, CA.
  10. Chan, E., McKeachie, W. J., & Lin, Y.-G. (2006, May). Belief in gender stereotypes as an influence on academic performance among college women. Stanford Undergraduate Psychology Conference, Stanford, CA.
  11. Chan, E., McKeachie, W. J., & Lin, Y.-G. (2004, May). Disciplinary differences in learning strategies among college students. American Psychological Society, Chicago, IL.
  12. Chan, E., McKeachie, W. J., & Lin, Y.-G. (2004, April). Disciplinary differences in learning strategies among college students. National Conference for Undergraduate Research, Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis, IN.
  13. Chan, E., McKeachie, W. J., & Lin, Y.-G. (2004, April). Disciplinary differences in learning strategies among college students. Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program Spring Symposium, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.

Honours and Awards

ACR Conference Seed Grant (US$1,000), 2015.
ICPS Travel Grant (€400), 2013-14.
Doctoral Completion Award, Rotman School of Management, 2013-14.
Doctoral Entrance Scholarship, Rotman School of Management, 2008-13.
SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship, Government of Canada, 2010-12.
Conference Travel Grant, UofT School of Graduate Studies, 2011.
Conference Travel Assistance Award, APS Student Caucus, 2009.
Unendowed Scholarship, University of Chicago, 2006-7.
Harry Helfman Scholarship, University of Michigan, 2003, 2005.
University Honors, University of Michigan, winter 2003, winter 2005, fall 2005.
IFSA-Butler Study Abroad Scholarship, Butler University, 2004-5.
Aldrich Scholarship, University of Michigan, 2002, 2003.

Editorial Review Board Memberships

European Journal of Marketing (2018-)

Journal Reviewing

Computers in Human Behavior
Family Business Review
International Journal of Research in Marketing
Journal of Business Research
Journal of Consumer Research
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organizations
Laterality
Political Psychology

Service to the Profession

Faculty participant, SCP Doctoral Symposium, 2016.

Select Media Appearances/Coverage

2ser Real Radio 107.3 FM (Sydney)
666 ABC Canberra
The Australian
Chief Investment Officer
The Daily Beast

Men’s Health
New Scientist
Pacific Standard
Sydney Morning Herald
Wall Street Journal

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