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Jennifer S. Lerner
Professor of Public Policy and Management
phone: (617)495-9962
Academic Journal/Scholarly Articles
The Misery-Is-Not-Miserly Effect Revisited: Replication Despite Opportunities for Compensatory Consumption
Garg, Nitika, Lisa A. Williams, and Jennifer S. Lerner. "The Misery-Is-Not-Miserly Effect Revisited: Replication Despite Opportunities for Compensatory Consumption." PLoS ONE 13.6 (June 2018).

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Behavioral Consequences of Probabilistic Precision: Experimental Evidence from National Security Professionals
Friedman, Jeffrey A., Jennifer S. Lerner, and Richard Zeckhauser. "Behavioral Consequences of Probabilistic Precision: Experimental Evidence from National Security Professionals." International Organization 71.4 (Fall 2017): 803-826.

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Revisiting the Effects of Anger on Risk-Taking: Empirical and Meta-Analytic Evidence for Differences Between Males and Females
Ferrer, Rebecca A., Alexander Maclay, Paul M. Litvak, and Jennifer S. Lerner. "Revisiting the Effects of Anger on Risk-Taking: Empirical and Meta-Analytic Evidence for Differences Between Males and Females." Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 30.2 (April 2017): 516-526.

Publication Categorized as: Decision Sciences
Accountability Should Add Up to More Than Test Scores
Lerner, Jennifer S. "Accountability Should Add Up to More Than Test Scores." Education Week 36.19 (January 2017): 20-21.

Publication Categorized as: Education
The Contribution of Trait Negative Affect and Stress to Recall for Bodily States
Ma-Kellams, Christine, Lei Lai, Shelley E. Taylor, and Jennifer S. Lerner. "The Contribution of Trait Negative Affect and Stress to Recall for Bodily States." Physiology & Behavior 167 (December 2016): 274-281.

Publication Categorized as: Decision Sciences
 
Trust Your Gut or Think Carefully? Examining Whether an Intuitive, Versus a Systematic, Mode of Thought Produces Greater Empathic Accuracy
Ma-Kellams, Christine, and Jennifer Lerner. "Trust Your Gut or Think Carefully? Examining Whether an Intuitive, Versus a Systematic, Mode of Thought Produces Greater Empathic Accuracy." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 111.5 (November 2016): 674-685.

Publication Categorized as: Decision Sciences
 
Oncologists' Dispositional Affect and Likelihood of End-Of-Life Discussions
Pirl, William F., Jennifer Lerner, Lara Traeger, Joseph A. Greer, Areej El-Jawahri, and Jennifer S. Temel. "Oncologists' Dispositional Affect and Likelihood of End-Of-Life Discussions." Journal of Clinical Oncology 34.26 (October 2016): 9.

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Reimagining Accountability in K-12 Education: A Behavioral Science Perspective
Gill, Brian P., Jennifer S. Lerner, and Paul Meosky. "Reimagining Accountability in K-12 Education: A Behavioral Science Perspective." Behavioral Science and Policy 2.1 (2016): 57-70.

Publication Categorized as: Education
 
Book Chapters
Psychologists in Schools of Public Policy
Lerner, Jennifer S. "Psychologists in Schools of Public Policy." Career Paths in Psychology. Ed. Sternberg, R.J.. APA Press, September 2016, 103-118.

Publication Categorized as: Education
 
HKS Faculty Research Working Paper Series
Reimagining Accountability in K-12 Education: A Behavioral Science Perspective
Gill, Brian P., Jennifer S. Lerner, and Paul Meosky. "Reimagining Accountability in K-12 Education: A Behavioral Science Perspective." HKS Faculty Research Working Paper Series RWP16-018, April 2016.

Publication Categorized as: Education, Decision Sciences, Primary Education, Secondary Education, Accountability
Trust Your Gut or Think Carefully? Examining Whether an Intuitive, Versus a Systematic, Mode of Thought Produces Greater Empathic Accuracy
Me-Kellams, Christine, and Jennifer S. Lerner. "Trust Your Gut or Think Carefully? Examining Whether an Intuitive, Versus a Systematic, Mode of Thought Produces Greater Empathic Accuracy." HKS Faculty Research Working Paper Series RWP16-017, April 2016.

Publication Categorized as: Decision Sciences, Leadership, Management, Emotion, Facial Expressions
How Quantifying Probability Assessments Influences Analysis and Decision Making: Experimental Evidence from National Security Professionals
Friedman, Jeffrey A., Jennifer S. Lerner, and Richard Zeckhauser. "How Quantifying Probability Assessments Influences Analysis and Decision Making: Experimental Evidence from National Security Professionals." HKS Faculty Research Working Paper Series RWP16-016, April 2016.

Publication Categorized as: National and International Security, Decision Sciences, Decision Making, Errors and Biases, Homeland Security, Intelligence, Military, Terrorism

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