Shawn P. Curley
A.B., 1979, Mathematics and Social Sciences, Dartmouth College
M.A., 1981, Mathematics, University of Michigan
Ph.D., 1986, Psychology, University of Michigan
Decision and judgment processes
Judgment assessment and quality
Effects of product recommendations on consumers' stated preferences
Bidder behavior in combinatorial auctions
Measurement of ambiguity and uncertainty
Features of information goods as impacting consumer's preferences
Editorial Board, Journal of Behavioral Decision Making
(follow links to Abstracts)
Adomavicius G, Bockstedt J, Curley S, Zhang J. (2021). Effects of personalized and aggregate top-N recommendation lists on user preference ratings. ACM Transactions on Information Systems, 39(2), Article 13, 1-38.
Sheffler Z, Liu D, Curley S. (2020). Ingredients for successful badges: Evidence from a field experiment in bike commuting, European Journal of Information Systems, 29(6), 688-703.
Adomavicius G, Curley SP, Gupta A, Sanyal P. (2020). How decision complexity affects outcomes in combinatorial auctions. Production and Operations Management, 29(11), 2579-2600.
Adomavicius G, Bockstedt J, Curley SP, Zhang J. (2019). Reducing recommender systems biases: An investigation of rating display designs. MIS Quarterly, 43(4), 1-21.
Adomavicius G, Bockstedt J, Curley SP, Zhang J, Ransbotham S. (2019). The hidden side effects of recommendation systems. Sloan Management Review, 60(2), 21-23.
Zhang J, Curley S. (2018). Exploring explanation effects on consumers' trust in online recommender agents. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 34(5), 421-432.
Adomavicius G, Bockstedt J, Curley SP, Zhang J. (2018). Effects of online recommendations on consumers' willingness to pay. Information Systems Research, 29(1), 84-102.
Adomavicius G, Bockstedt J, Curley SP. (2015). Bundling effects on variety seeking for digital information goods. Journal of Management Information Systems, 31(4), 182-212.
Adomavicius G, Bockstedt J, Curley SP, Zhang J. (2013). Do recommender systems manipulate consumer preferences? A study of anchoring effects. Information Systems Research, 24(4), 956-975.
Adomavicius G, Curley SP, Gupta A, Sanyal P. (2013). User acceptance of complex electronic market mechanisms: Role of information feedback. MIS Quarterly, 31(6), 489-503.
Adomavicius G, Curley SP, Gupta A, Sanyal P. (2013). Impact of information feedback in continuous combinatorial auctions: An experimental study of economic performance. MIS Quarterly, 37(1), 55-76.
Adomavicius G, Curley SP, Gupta A, Sanyal P. (2012). Effect of information feedback on bidder behavior in continuous combinatorial auctions. Management Science, 58(4), 811-830.
Zamoon S, Curley SP. (2008). Ripped from the headlines: What can the popular press teach us about software piracy? Journal of Business Ethics, 83(3), 515-533.
Curley SP. (2008). Subjective probability. In E Melnick & B Everitt (eds.), Encyclopedia of Quantitative Risk Analysis and Assessment (pp. 1724-1734). Chichester, England: John Wiley & Sons.
Curley SP. (2007). The application of Dempster-Shafer theory demonstrated with justification provided by legal evidence. Judgment and Decision Making, 2, 257-276. Full paper from SJDM web site
Curley SP & Browne GJ. (2001). Normative and descriptive analyses of Simpson's Paradox in decision making. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 84, 308-333.
Browne GJ, Curley SP & Benson PG. (1999). The effects of subject-defined categories on judgmental accuracy in confidence assessment tasks. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 80, 134-154.
Browne GJ & Curley SP. (1998). Reasoning with category knowledge in probability forecasting: Typicality and perceived variability effects. In G Wright & P Goodwin (eds.), Forecasting with Judgment (pp. 169-200). Chichester, England: John Wiley & Sons.
Browne GJ, Curley SP & Benson PG. (1997). Evoking information in probability assessment: Knowledge maps and reasoning-based directed questions. Management Science, 43, 1-14.
Curley SP & Golden JI. (1996). Improved test-retest reliability criteria as applied to probability assessments. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 9, 291-296.
Benson PG, Curley SP & Smith GF. (1995). Belief assessment: An underdeveloped phase of probability elicitation. Management Science, 41, 1639-1653.
Curley SP, Browne GJ, Smith GF & Benson PG. (1995). Arguments in the practical reasoning underlying constructed probability responses. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 8, 1-20.
Whitcomb KM, Onkal D, Curley SP & Benson PG. (1995). Probability judgment accuracy for general knowledge: Cross-national differences and assessment methods. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 8, 51-67.
Curley SP & Benson PG. (1994). Applying a cognitive perspective to probability construction. In G Wright & P Ayton (eds.), Subjective Probability (pp. 185-209). Chichester, England: John Wiley & Sons.
Curley SP & Golden JI. (1994). Using belief functions to represent degrees of belief. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 58, 271-303.
Whitcomb KM, Onkal D, Benson PG & Curley SP. (1993). An evaluation of the reliability of probability judgments across response modes and over time. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 6, 283-296.
Bromiley P & Curley SP. (1992). Individual differences in risk taking. In JF Yates (Ed.), Risk-Taking Behavior (pp. 87-132). Chichester, England: John Wiley & Sons.
Smith GF, Benson PG & Curley SP. (1991). Belief, knowledge, and uncertainty: A cognitive perspective on subjective probability. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 48, 291-321.
Connelly DP, Rich EC, Curley SP & Kelly JT. (1990). Knowledge resource preferences of family physicians. The Journal of Family Practice, 30, 353-359.
Curley SP, Connelly DP & Rich EC. (1990). Physicians' use of medical knowledge resources: Preliminary theoretical framework and findings. Medical Decision Making, 10, 231-241.
Curley SP, Yates JF & Young MJ. (1990). Seeking and applying diagnostic information. Acta Psychologica, 73, 211-223.
Yates JF, Lee JW, Levi KR & Curley SP. (1990). Measuring and analyzing probability judgment accuracy in medicine. Philippine Journal of Internal Medicine, 28 (Suppl. 1), 21-32.
Curley SP & Yates JF. (1989). An empirical evaluation of descriptive models of ambiguity reactions in choice situations. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 33, 397-427.
Curley SP, Young MJ & Yates JF. (1989). Characterizing physicians' perceptions of ambiguity. Medical Decision Making, 9, 116-124.
Curley SP, Young MJ, Kingry MJ & Yates JF. (1988). Primacy effects in clinical judgments of contingency. Medical Decision Making, 8, 216-222.
Curley SP, Yates JF & Abrams RA. (1986). Psychological sources of ambiguity avoidance. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 38, 230-256.
Yates JF & Curley SP. (1986). Contingency judgment: Primacy effects and attention decrement. Acta Psychologica, 62, 293-302.
Curley SP & Yates JF. (1985). The center and range of the probability interval as factors affecting ambiguity preferences. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 36, 273-287.
Yates JF & Curley SP. (1985). Conditional distribution analyses of probabilistic forecasts. Journal of Forecasting, 4, 61-73.
Curley SP, Eraker SA & Yates JF. (1984). An investigation of patients' reactions to therapeutic uncertainty. Medical Decision Making, 4, 501-511.