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Charlene Yijun Chen PhD


Division: Marketing

CChen15@gsb.columbia.edu

Education

M.Phil,  Marketing,  Graduate School of Business, Columbia University, 2013

Honors and Awards

Luxury Education Foundation Scholarship ($14,000),  2013
Valedictorian for Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences, National University of Singapore,  2005
Special Book Prize (Top Student in Psychology), NUS,  2005
Dean’s List, National University of Singapore, 2001-2005, 
Provost's Honors List, University of California, Los Angeles,  2003
Shell Bronze Medal for Academic Excellence, NUS,  2003

Research in progress

“The Need to Feel Better.” (with Michel T. Pham) “Regulatory Mode and Stress.” (with E. Tory Higgins)

Research Interests

  • Consumer Behavior
  • Affect-Regulation
  • Motivation and Self-Regulation
  • Meta-Cognition and Self-Control
  • Happiness and Wellbeing
  • Emotions

Papers

Acquiring Utilitarian Products Restores Psychological Control
Coauthor(s): Charlene Y. Chen, Leonard Lee and Andy J. Yap
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Intolerance of Uncertainty Moderates the Relation between Negative Life Events and Anxiety
Coauthor(s): Charlene Y. Chen and Ryan Y. Hong
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Ego Depletion: A Feeling-as-Information Perspective
Coauthor(s): Charlene Y. Chen, and Keith Wilcox
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Division: 
Marketing
Research Interests: 
Consumer Behavior
Affect-Regulation
Motivation and Self-Regulation
Meta-Cognition and Self-Control
Happiness and Wellbeing
Emotions
Research in Progress: 
“The Need to Feel Better.” (with Michel T. Pham) “Regulatory Mode and Stress.” (with E. Tory Higgins)
Education: 
degree: 
M.Phil
major: 
Marketing
school: 
Graduate School of Business, Columbia University
year: 
2 013
contact info: 
Office room #: 
5Q
personal website: 
http://www.charlene-chen.com
awards: 
award: 
Luxury Education Foundation Scholarship ($14,000)
year: 
2 013
award: 
Valedictorian for Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences, National University of Singapore
year: 
2 005
award: 
Special Book Prize (Top Student in Psychology), NUS
year: 
2 005
award: 
Dean’s List, National University of Singapore, 2001-2005
award: 
Provost's Honors List, University of California, Los Angeles
year: 
2 003
award: 
Shell Bronze Medal for Academic Excellence, NUS
year: 
2 003
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