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Dr Janet Geipel

Dr Janet Geipel

Lecturer in Consumer Behaviour and Decision Making

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In 2021, I joined the Department of Management at the University of Exeter Business School. Before that, I completed my postdoctoral training at the University of Chicago. In my research, I focus on the interplay between language, thinking, and decision making in domains such as sustainability, health, and ethicality. The ultimate aim of my experimental research is to support better decision making and to help consumers make good choices.

My work is published in leading journals including Nature Sustainability (impact factor: 27.16), Journal of International Business Studies (ABS4*), Cognition (ABS4), Journal of Experimental Social Psychology (ABS4), Risk Analysis (ABS4), Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied (ABS4)and Journal of Experimental Psychology: General (ABS4).

I support the University of Exeter Business School as the Departmental Research Ethics Officer in Management and Marketing. Furthermore, I serve as the Faculty Representative for the University Digital Reputation Research and Impact Group. 

Webpage: www.janetgeipel.weebly.com

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Career

CV

Since 09/2021 Assistant Professor

The University of Exeter Business School

Focus: Consumer Behavior & Decision Making

 

09/2017 – 09/2021 Postdoctoral Scholar

The University of Chicago 

Focus: Decision Making & Language 

Advisor: Dr. Boaz Keysar

 

12/2015 – 09/2017 Postdoctoral Scholar

Free University Medical Centre Amsterdam 

Focus: Decision Making & Risk Communication

Advisor: Dr. Danielle Timmermans

Maternity leave for the academic year of 2016–2017

Research interests

  • Decision Making
  • Consumer Behaviour
  • Communication and Language
  • Health and Sustainability
  • Moral Psychology

I study how language influences thinking and consumer decision making. The ultimate aim of my research is to support better decision making and to help consumers make good choices.

Research projects

In a current research project in collaboration with Boaz Keysar and Leigh H. Grant from the University of Chicago, funded by the Rustandy Centre for Social Sector Innovation at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, we investigate how language influences trust and vaccine hesitancy.  

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Publications by category


Journal articles

Geipel J, Hadjichristidis C, Savadori L, Keysar B (In Press). Language Modality Influences Risk Perception: Innovations Read Well but Sound Even Better. Risk Analysis
Geipel J (In Press). Listening Speaks to our Intuition while Reading Promotes Analytic Thought. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General
Geipel J, Keysar B (In Press). Listening Speaks to our Intuition while Reading Promotes Analytic Thought. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General
Geipel J (In Press). The extreme illusion of understanding. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General
Lau BKY, Geipel J, Wu Y, Keysar B (2022). The extreme illusion of understanding. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General Abstract. DOI.
Geipel J, Grant LH, Keysar B (2022). Use of a language intervention to reduce vaccine hesitancy. Scientific Reports, 12(1). Abstract. DOI.
Hadjichristidis C, Geipel J, Gopalakrishna Pillai K (2021). Diversity effects in subjective probability judgment. Thinking & Reasoning, 28(2), 290-319. DOI.
Margoni F, Geipel J, Hadjichristidis C, Surian L (2021). Inequity aversion in old age: an outcome bias in older adults’ socio-economic decisions. Cognitive Development, 58 Abstract. DOI.
Hadjichristidis C, Geipel J, Surian L (2019). Breaking magic: Foreign language suppresses superstition. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 72(1), 18-28. Abstract. DOI.
Franchin L, Geipel J, Hadjichristidis C, Surian L (2019). Many moral buttons or just one? Evidence from emotional facial expressions. Cognition and Emotion, 33(5), 943-958. Abstract. DOI.
Margoni F, Geipel J, Hadjichristidis C, Surian L (2019). The influence of agents’ negligence in shaping younger and older adults’ moral judgment. Cognitive Development, 49, 116-126. Abstract. DOI.
Geipel J, Hadjichristidis C, Klesse AK (2018). Barriers to sustainable consumption attenuated by foreign language use. Nature Sustainability, 1(1), 31-33. Abstract. DOI.
Margoni F, Geipel J, Hadjichristidis C, Surian L (2018). Moral judgment in old age: Evidence for an intent-to-outcome shift. Experimental Psychology, 65(2), 105-114. Abstract. DOI.
Hadjichristidis C, Geipel J, Surian L (2017). How foreign language affects decisions: Rethinking the brain-drain model. Journal of International Business Studies, 48(5), 645-651. Abstract. DOI.
Geipel J, Hadjichristidis C, Surian L (2016). Foreign language affects the contribution of intentions and outcomes to moral judgment. Cognition, 154, 34-39. Abstract. DOI.
Geipel J, Hadjichristidis C, Surian L (2015). How foreign language shapes moral judgment. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 59, 8-17. Abstract. DOI.
Hadjichristidis C, Geipel J, Savadori L (2015). The effect of foreign language in judgments of risk and benefit: the role of affect. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 21(2), 117-129. Abstract. DOI.
Geipel J, Hadjichristidis C, Surian L (2015). The foreign language effect on moral judgment: the role of emotions and norms. PLoS ONE, 10(7). Abstract. DOI.

Chapters

Hadjichristidis C, Geipel J, Keysar B (2019). The influence of native language in shaping judgment and choice. In  (Ed) Progress in Brain Research, 253-272.  Abstract. DOI.

Publications by year


In Press

Geipel J, Hadjichristidis C, Savadori L, Keysar B (In Press). Language Modality Influences Risk Perception: Innovations Read Well but Sound Even Better. Risk Analysis
Geipel J (In Press). Listening Speaks to our Intuition while Reading Promotes Analytic Thought. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General
Geipel J, Keysar B (In Press). Listening Speaks to our Intuition while Reading Promotes Analytic Thought. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General
Geipel J (In Press). The extreme illusion of understanding. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General

2022

Lau BKY, Geipel J, Wu Y, Keysar B (2022). The extreme illusion of understanding. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General Abstract. DOI.
Geipel J, Grant LH, Keysar B (2022). Use of a language intervention to reduce vaccine hesitancy. Scientific Reports, 12(1). Abstract. DOI.

2021

Hadjichristidis C, Geipel J, Gopalakrishna Pillai K (2021). Diversity effects in subjective probability judgment. Thinking & Reasoning, 28(2), 290-319. DOI.
Margoni F, Geipel J, Hadjichristidis C, Surian L (2021). Inequity aversion in old age: an outcome bias in older adults’ socio-economic decisions. Cognitive Development, 58 Abstract. DOI.

2019

Hadjichristidis C, Geipel J, Surian L (2019). Breaking magic: Foreign language suppresses superstition. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 72(1), 18-28. Abstract. DOI.
Franchin L, Geipel J, Hadjichristidis C, Surian L (2019). Many moral buttons or just one? Evidence from emotional facial expressions. Cognition and Emotion, 33(5), 943-958. Abstract. DOI.
Margoni F, Geipel J, Hadjichristidis C, Surian L (2019). The influence of agents’ negligence in shaping younger and older adults’ moral judgment. Cognitive Development, 49, 116-126. Abstract. DOI.
Hadjichristidis C, Geipel J, Keysar B (2019). The influence of native language in shaping judgment and choice. In  (Ed) Progress in Brain Research, 253-272.  Abstract. DOI.

2018

Geipel J, Hadjichristidis C, Klesse AK (2018). Barriers to sustainable consumption attenuated by foreign language use. Nature Sustainability, 1(1), 31-33. Abstract. DOI.
Margoni F, Geipel J, Hadjichristidis C, Surian L (2018). Moral judgment in old age: Evidence for an intent-to-outcome shift. Experimental Psychology, 65(2), 105-114. Abstract. DOI.

2017

Hadjichristidis C, Geipel J, Surian L (2017). How foreign language affects decisions: Rethinking the brain-drain model. Journal of International Business Studies, 48(5), 645-651. Abstract. DOI.

2016

Geipel J, Hadjichristidis C, Surian L (2016). Foreign language affects the contribution of intentions and outcomes to moral judgment. Cognition, 154, 34-39. Abstract. DOI.

2015

Geipel J, Hadjichristidis C, Surian L (2015). How foreign language shapes moral judgment. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 59, 8-17. Abstract. DOI.
Hadjichristidis C, Geipel J, Savadori L (2015). The effect of foreign language in judgments of risk and benefit: the role of affect. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 21(2), 117-129. Abstract. DOI.
Geipel J, Hadjichristidis C, Surian L (2015). The foreign language effect on moral judgment: the role of emotions and norms. PLoS ONE, 10(7). Abstract. DOI.

Administrative responsibilities

Departmental Research Ethics Officer, Department of Management, The University of Exeter Business School.

Faculty Representative for the University Digital Reputation Research and Impact Group.

 

 

Teaching Interests

  • Marketing Research
  • Consumer Psychology
  • Behaviour Change
  • Decision Making

Teaching 2022/23

  • BEM1019 - Fundamentals of Marketing (Undergraduate, year 1)
  • BEMM355 - M Res Dissertation (Graduate, Master)
  • BUS3001 - Supervisor for Undergraduate Dissertations
  • BEMM250 - Supervisor for MSc Marketing Dissertations

Modules

2022/23

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