The Moral Psychology Summit


The Moral Psychology Summit

Friday, May 18, 2018 - Saturday May 19, 2018
Kellogg School of Management
White Auditorium, Second Floor
2211 Campus Drive, Evanston, IL 60208

The Kellogg School of Management is pleased to host a summit on "Moral Psychology." The summit,  jointly organized by faculty members from the Marketing Department and Management & Organizations Department, will bring together diverse theoretical researchers who share an interest in the psychology of morality, with the goal of catalyzing new conceptual developments. The conference will spotlight recent theory-driven research and will showcase a dozen speakers. 

The conference will kick-off Friday afternoon, followed by a welcome dinner. Saturday will be a full day of presentations. There is no registration fee.  The conference is by invitation only.

Speakers:

  • Karl Aquino, University of British Columbia
  • Mark Brandt, Tilburg University
  • Paul Conway, Florida State University
  • Daniel Effron, London Business School
  • Jesse Graham, University of Utah
  • Nir Halevy, Stanford University
  • Maryam Kouchaki, Northwestern University
  • Emma Levine, University of Chicago
  • Alex Shaw, University of Chicago
  • Linda Skitka, University of Illinois at Chicago

Registration: 

Click here to register.

Accommodations:

A reservation block has been made at the Hilton Orrington in Evanston at a rate of $159 per night.  Once you have registered for the conference, please click on this link to reserve your hotel room or call the Hilton Orrington at 1-800-HILTONS.  Please provide the group code MORAL when making reservations.  The group rate will be available until April 18 or until the group block is sold-out, whichever comes first.

Agenda: 

Please check back soon for a detailed agenda and conference programming. 

Organizing Committee:

  • Maryam Kouchaki, Assistant Professor of Management & Organizations
  • Nour Kteily, Assistant Professor of Management & Organizations
  • Neal Roese, Professor of Marketing
  • Rima Toure-Tillery, Assistant Professor of Marketing