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Amasino, Dianna R., Sullivan, Nicolette J., Kranton, Rachel E. and Huettel, Scott A. (2019) Amount and time exert independent influences on intertemporal choice. Nature Human Behaviour, 3 (4). 383 - 392. ISSN 2397-3374

Sullivan, Nicolette J., Fitzsimons, Gavan J., Platt, Michael L. and Huettel, Scott A. (2019) Indulgent foods can paradoxically promote disciplined dietary choices. Psychological Science, 30 (2). pp. 273-287. ISSN 0956-7976

Conference or Workshop Item

Sullivan, Nikki, Doré, Samyukta, Breslav, Alexander and Huettel, Scott A. (2019) Would You Like Fries With That? Modeling the Default Effect in Dietary Choice. In: Association for Consumer Research 2019, 2019-10-17 - 2019-10-20, Hyatt Regency Atlanta. (Submitted)

Sullivan, Nikki and Huettel, Scott A. (2018) Dietary self-control depends on the latency and rate of information accumulation during choice. In: Society for NeuroEconomics, 2018-10-05 - 2018-10-07, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. (Submitted)

Sullivan, Nikki, Stine, Alexander, Doré, Samyukta and Huettel, Scott A. (2018) Would you like fries with that? The default effect in dietary choice. In: North Carolina Cognition Conference 2018, 2018-02-17 - 2018-02-17, University of North Carolina. (Submitted)

Sullivan, Nikki, Fitzsimons, G, Platt, Michael L. and Huettel, Scott A. (2017) Indulgent food options can paradoxically increase dietary self-control. In: Society for Neuroscience, 2017-11-11 - 2017-11-15, Walter E. Washington Convention Center. (Submitted)

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