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Individual Differences and Decision Making Symposium at the Centre for Decision Research, Leeds University Business School (UK)

Date
Date
Wednesday 12 June 2024, Register 8:30, Event 9:00-17:00

The Centre for Decision Research (CDR) at Leeds University Business School is proud to host a one-day symposium dedicated to individual differences research in decision-making. The scope of this symposium is Greed, Darker Traits, and Decisions.  Traits such as greed, those comprising the dark triad, and honesty/humility, have been associated with risk-taking, counterproductive work behaviours, and unethical decision-making. These actions subsequently may lead to negative outcomes not only for the individual, but also for those close to them.

The goal of this symposium is to present an opportunity to bring together international researchers who are currently conducting state-of-the-art research across various domains, and using different research methodologies, with the aim of developing greater interactions and collaborations between research teams across the world.

 

Invited speakers include:

Reece Bush-Evans, Bournemouth University, United Kingdom

Andrea Ceschi, University of Verona, Italy

Karlijn Hoyer, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Christoph Kogler, Tilburg University, The Netherlands

Goedele Krekels, IESEG School of Management, France

Joshua Weller, Leeds University Business School, United Kingdom

Marcel Zeelenberg, Tilburg University, The Netherlands

 

Early career researchers and Ph.D. students are strongly encouraged to participate. Please submit an abstract of your work to present at this symposium, the submission deadline is 2 April, 2024.

 

Registration fees:

Student £20
Professional £30

(includes lunch, refreshments at breaks and breakfast pastries on arrival)

Register here: https://store.leeds.ac.uk/product-catalogue/leeds-university-business-school/lubs-conferences/cdr-individual-differences-symposium

Accommodations:

Leeds is home to numerous lodging options in the city centre area. Sample prices for a standard (double) room :

 

Hotel Approx. £Per night for standard room
DoubleTree by Hilton, Leeds City Centre £208
Holiday Inn Express, Leeds City Centre (3*) £107
Leonardo Hotel Leeds (formerly Jurys Inn) (4*) £124
The Met Hotel, Leeds £145
Novotel, Leeds Centre (3*) £142
Premier Inn, Leeds City Centre (Whitehall Road) (3*): £151
Radisson Blu, Leeds City Centre (4*) £210
Travelodge, Leeds Central £86

 

About Leeds:

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To find out more about what’s on offer in Leeds and Yorkshire visit the Welcome to Yorkshire website.