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Sam Maglio

Sam Maglio

    Sam Maglio

    Assistant Professor of Marketing, Department of Management, University of Toronto Scarborough

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    Sam Maglio is an Assistant Professor of Marketing in the Department of Management at the University of Toronto Scarborough, with a cross-appointment to the Marketing area at Rotman. He conducts research at the interface of cognition, motivation, and emotion, with an emphasis on implications for consumer behaviour. Specifically, he studies how situational cues shape consumer thoughts, feelings, and behaviors as well as conditions that help people to mentally transcend such contexts. He received his B.A. in Psychology and English from Stanford University and his Ph.D. in Social Psychology from New York University.

    Academic Positions

    2012-present  Assistant Professor; University of Toronto

    Selected Publications - Papers

    Honors and Awards

    2016-2018  Insight Development Grant; SSHRC
    2017  Grant; Desautels Centre for Integrative Thinking
    2014-2016  Connaught New Researcher Award; University of Toronto
    2013  Stewart W. Cook Award; New York University
    2012  VPR Research Competitiveness Fund; University of Toronto Scarborough
    2011  Katzell Research Fellowship; New York University
    2011  Student Travel Award; JDM Pre-conference
    2009  Dean's Student Travel Grant; New York University
    2008  Student Travel Assistance Award; Association for Psychological Science
    2007  Engberg Fellowship; New York University

    Professional Affiliations/Memberships

    Association for Consumer Research
    Association for Psychological Science
    Society for Consumer Psychology
    Society for Judgment and Decision Making
    Society for Personality and Social Psychology

    Research and Teaching Interests

    Consumer behaviour, Judgment and decision-making, Emotion and Cognition, Social Psychology  

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