In my research, I focus on the interrelation between emotions, judgments and decisions in people’s everyday life. Broadly speaking, I’m interested in understanding how people reason about decision processes, how they perceive their emotions, and how emotions affect judgments and decisions.
- Emotion, Mood, Affect
- Intergroup Relations
- Judgment and Decision Making
- Political Psychology
- Social Cognition
- Huber, M., Van Boven, L., McGraw, A. P., & Johnson-Graham, L. (in press). Whom to help? Immediacy bias in judgments and decisions about humanitarian aid. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 115.
- Critcher, C. R., Huber, M., Ho, A. K., & Koleva, S. P. (2009). Political orientation and ideological inconsistencies: (Dis)comfort with value tradeoffs. Social Justice Research, 22, 181-205.
- Van Boven, L., White, K., & Huber, M. (2009). Immediacy bias in emotion perception: Current emotions seem more intense than previous emotions. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 138, 368-382.
- Huber, M., Van Boven, L., & McGraw, A. P. (in press). Donate different: External and internal influences on emotion-based donation decisions. In D. M. Oppenheimer, & C. Y. Olivola (Eds.), The science of giving: Experimental approaches to the study of charitable giving. Taylor & Francis.
Technische Universität Dresden
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