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Bio

I joined Tilburg in 2019 after previously working at Ohio State University and obtaining my PhD from University of Michigan. I do research on Consumer Behavior, with particular interest toward consumption enjoyment and the many ways that people learn about themselves.

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Recent publications

  1. The meaning of distraction - How metacognitive inferences from distra…

    Zane, D. M., Smith, R., & Reczek, R. (2020). The meaning of distraction: How metacognitive inferences from distraction affect brand attitudes. Journal of Consumer Research, 46(5), 974-994.
  2. Unconventional consumption methods and enjoying things consumed - Rec…

    O'Brien, E., & Smith, R. (2019). Unconventional consumption methods and enjoying things consumed: Recapturing the “first-time” experience. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 45(1), 67-80.
  3. Metacognitive inferences from other people’s memory performance

    Smith, R., & Schwarz, N. (2016). Metacognitive inferences from other people’s memory performance. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 22(3), 285-294.
  4. An audience of one - Behaviorally targeted ads as inferred social lab…

    Summers, C. A., Smith, R., & Reczek, R. (2016). An audience of one: Behaviorally targeted ads as inferred social labels. Journal of Consumer Research, 43(1), 156-178.
  5. Investigating variation in replicability: A “Many Labs” replication p…

    Klein, R., Ratliff, K., Vianello, M., Adams Jr., R. B., Bahnik, S., Bernstein, M. J., ... Nosek, B. A. (2014). Investigating variation in replicability: A “Many Labs” replication project. Social Psychology, 45(3), 142-152.

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