Taly Reich

Assistant Professor of Marketing

Professor Taly Reich's research interests fall at the intersection of behavioral decision theory and social psychology. Within these general domains, a great deal of her work explores issues related to preference construction, persuasion, and inconsistency within self and others. In exploring these issues, she strives to answer both theoretical and practical questions, with a fundamental goal of advancing basic insight in consumer psychology and shedding light on strategic actions that can subsequently be generated. Taly Reich holds a PhD in Marketing from Stanford Graduate School of Business and an M.Sc. in Industrial Psychology from the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology.

Education

  • PhD, Stanford University, 2014
  • MSc, Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, 2004
  • BA, University of Haifa, 2001

Courses

Strategic Communication: Delivering Effective Presentations
MGT 553

Publications

Selected Articles

The Good and Bad of Ambivalence: Desiring Ambivalence Under Outcome Uncertainty
T. Reich, and S.C. Wheeler
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
2016
Sidestepping the Rock and the Hard Place: The Private Avoidance of Prosocial Requests
S. Lin, R. Schaumberg, and T. Reich
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology
2016
Can't Finish What You Started? The Effect of Climactic Interruption on Behavior
D. Kupor, T. Reich, and B. Shiv
Journal of Consumer Psychology
2015
Last-place Aversion: Evidence and Redistributive Implications
I. Kuziemko, R. Buell, T. Reich, and M. Norton
Quarterly Journal of Economics
2014
When Contradictions Foster Persuasion: An Attributional Perspective
T. Reich and Z. Tormala
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology
2013