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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., Bocian, K., Brandt, M. J., Brooks, B., Brumbaugh, C. C., Cemalcilar, Z., Chandler, J., Cheong, W., Davis, W. E., Devos, T., Eisner, M., Frankowska, N., Furrow, D., Galliani, E. M., ... Nosek, B. A. (2014). Investigating variation in replicability: A “Many Labs” replication project. Social Psychology, 45(3), 142-152.

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