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Dov Cohen

Professor, Psychology, Information Trust Institute, College of Law


Ph.D. from the University of Michigan

Additional Campus Affiliations

Professor, Psychology
Professor, Information Trust Institute
Professor, College of Law
Professor, Center for East Asian and Pacific Studies
Professor, Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies

Recent Publications

Cohen, D., Seo, M., & Lawless, R. M. (2023). Institutional Inversion and “Demand-Side” Versus “Supply-Side” Views of Culture. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 32(2), 131-136.

Hernandez, I., Cohen, D., Gruschow, K., Nowak, A., Gelfand, M. J., & Borkowski, W. (2022). The Importance of Being Unearnest: Opportunists and the Making of Culture. Journal of personality and social psychology, 123(2), 249-271.

Cohen, D., Shin, F., & Lawless, R. M. (2021). Attitudes, behavior, and institutional inversion: The case of debt. Journal of personality and social psychology, 120(5), 1117-1145.

Cohen, D., & Shin, F. (2020). Institutional inversion and the connection between collective attitudes and behavior. Current Opinion in Psychology, 32, 133-137.

Shin, F., Cohen, D., Lawless, R. M., & Preston, J. L. (2020). The Hedonics of Debt. Frontiers in Psychology, 11, Article 537606.

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