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Jessica Choplin

PhD, Cognitive Psychology, UCLA, 2002
MA, Cognitive Psychology , UCLA, 1998
BS, Philosophy & Cognitive Science, UCLA, 1995

Major Areas of Interest
  • Judgment & Decision Making
  • Attribute evaluations (e.g., evaluations of price and other consumer-product attributes, food, body size)
  • Consumer fraud and protection
Representative Sample of Publications
Choplin, J. M. (2010). I Am “Fatter” Than She Is: Language-Expressible Body-Size Comparisons Bias Judgments of Body Size. Journal of Language and Social Psychology.

Stark, D.P. & Choplin, J.M. (2010). A cognitive and social psychological analysis of disclosure laws and call for mortgage counseling to prevent predatory lending. Psychology, Public Policy, & Law.

Stark, D.P. & Choplin, J.M. (2009). A license to deceive: Enforcing contractual myths despite consumer psychological realities. NYU Journal of Law & Business, 5, 617-744.