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«Research Interests Affect, Consumer Decision Making, Prosocial Behavior, Neuroscience Publications Genevsky, A. & Knutson, B. (2015). Neural ...»

Alexander Genevsky

Department of Psychology Phone: 510.318.4716

Jordan Hall, Building 01-420 Email: genevsky@stanford.edu

Stanford University Web: www.stanford.edu/~genevsky

450 Serra Mall

Stanford, CA 94305

Education

Stanford University

Ph.D. Psychology – expected (2016)

Advisor: Brian Knutson

San Francisco State University

M.A. Psychology

Advisor: David Gard

Binghamton University (SUNY) B.S. Computer Science Research Interests Affect, Consumer Decision Making, Prosocial Behavior, Neuroscience Publications Genevsky, A. & Knutson, B. (2015). Neural affective mechanisms predict market-level microlending. Psychological Science. In Press.

Genevsky, A., Vastfjall, D., Slovic, P., Knutson, B. (2013). Neural underpinnings of the identifiable victim effect: Affect shifts preferences for giving. Journal of Neuroscience, 33(43), 17188-17196.

Genevsky, A., & Gard, D.E., (2012). The effect of choice on motivational system activation: An affective startle modulation study. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 84(1), 80-85.

Gard, D. E., Cooper, S., Fisher, M., Genevsky, A., Mikels, J. A., & Vinogradov, S. (2011).

Evidence for an emotion maintenance deficit in schizophrenia. Psychiatry Research, 187(1), 24Genevsky, A., Garrett, C.T., Alexander, P.P., Vinogradov, S. (2010). Cognitive Training in Schizophrenia: A Neuroscience-Based Approach. Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience 12(3), 416-421.

Dale, C. L., Findlay, A.M., Adcock, A., Vertinski, M., Fisher, M., Genevsky, A., Aldebot, S., Subramaniam, K., Luks, T.L., Simpson, G.V., Nagarajan, S.S., Vinogradov, S. (2010). Timing is everything: Neural response dynamics during syllable processing and its relation to higher-order cognition in schizophrenia and healthy comparison subjects. Intl. Journal of Psychophysiology, 72(2), 183-193.

Alexander Genevsky 1 Adcock, R.A., Dale, C., Fisher, M., Aldebot, S., Genevsky, A., Simpson, G.V., Nagarajan, S., Vinogradov, S. (2009). When top-down meets bottom-up: auditory training enhances verbal memory in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 35(6), 1132-1141.

Gard, D., Fisher, M., Garrett, C., Genevsky, A., Vinogradov, S. (2009). Motivation and its relationship to neurocognition, social cognition, and functional outcome in schizophrenia.

Schizophrenia Research, 115(1), 74-81.

Dale, C. L., A. M. Findlay, R. A. Adcock, A. Genevsky, M. Vertinski, T. L. Luks, G. V. Simpson, S.

S. Nagarajan, and S. Vinogradov. (2009) Perceptual interference exacerbates Voice Onset Timedependent syllable discrimination and alters performance-related MEG response dynamics in patients with schizophrenia. Neuroimage, 47, S158.

Working Papers and Research in Progress Genevsky, A., Knutson, B., (in prep for submission to JCR) Genevsky, A., Yoon, C., Knutson, B., Neural predictors of crowdfunding decisions. (in preparation) Genevsky, A., Yoon, C., Knutson, B., Modeling real-world microlending outcomes as a function of subjective borrower characteristics. (data collection complete) Knutson, B., Genevsky, A., Merritt, B., Jinpa, T. Neurobehavioral evidence for “Compassion Carryover”. (data collection complete).

Genevsky, A., Knutson, B., Huber, J., Deconstructing consumer decision-making in conjoint analysis. (data collection).

Dissertation Research Committee: Baba Shiv (Chair), Brian Knutson, Carolyn Yoon, Jonathan Levav, Jamil Zaki Title: Affective Influences on Consum er Decision M aking: From Affective Mechanism s to Market-Level Behavior Affect is an integral element of consumer decision making, but little is known about how the influence of affect varies across decision contexts. In a series of three essays I investigate the role of affect in decisions regarding both prosocial charitable giving and the self. This systematic approach makes it possible to explore the dynamic influence of affect across contexts. In Essay 1 (Genevsky, Vastfjall, Slovic, and Knutson, 2013, Journal of Neuroscience), I address open questions regarding how specific affective influences result in charitable giving decisions. In Essay 2 (Genevsky and Knutson, in press, Psychological Science), I explore the role of affective mechanisms in the novel marketplace of microlending. These first two essays both involve scenarios with clear prosocial motivations. In Essay 3 (Genevsky, Yoon, and Knutson, in preparation), I explore affective influences on crowdfunding decisions for which other-oriented motives are less certain. Applying behavioral and neuroscience methods, I find that positive affect predicts consumer decisions, and further, scales to accurately forecast market-level behavioral outcomes, above and beyond traditional behavioral measures.

Alexander Genevsky 2 Invited and Conference Talks Association for Consumer Research (ACR). New Orleans, USA (2015) Society for Neuroeconomics (SfNE). Miami, USA (2015) Interdisciplinary Symposium on Decision Neuroscience (ISDN). MIT Sloan School of Management (2015) Society for Consumer Psychology (SCP). Phoenix, USA (2015) Society for Consumer Psychology International Meeting. Vienna, Austria (2015) Interdisciplinary Symposium on Decision Neuroscience (ISDN). Stanford Graduate School of Business (2014) Compassion Week, Decision Research. Eugene, USA (2014) Social and Affective Neuroscience Society (SANS). Denver, USA (2014) Stanford Psychology Affective Science Seminar (2014) Stanford Honors Professional Development Seminar speaker series (2013) Stanford Psychology Affective Science Seminar (2013) NIMH Predoctoral Program in Affective Science workshop. Berkeley, USA (2013) Stanford Psychology Affective Science Seminar (2012) NIMH Predoctoral Program in Affective Science workshop. Berkeley, USA (2012) Stanford Psychology Affective Science Seminar, (2011) Cognitive Remediation in Schizophrenia Trials Network meeting. Chapel Hill, USA (2009) Chaired Symposia Society for Consumer Psychology (SCP). Phoenix, AZ (2015) “Using neuroimaging to predict population-level consumer behavior”.





Speakers: Vinod Venkatraman, Maarten Boksem, Christopher Cascio, Alexander Genevsky.

Fellowships and Awards Association for Consumer Research (ACR) Travel Award ISDN Annual Meeting Travel Award – MIT Sloan School of Management Center for Cognitive and Neurobiological Imaging Neuroventures Grant Summer Institute in Cognitive Neuroscience Fellow, UC Santa Barbara Stanford Center for Mind, Brain, and Computation Traineeship Norman Anderson Research Grant, Stanford University Center for Cognitive and Neurobiological Imaging Neuroventures Grant

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Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) Student Travel Award NIH Predoctoral Training Fellowship in Affective Science 2011-14 RIKEN Brain Science Institute Summer Fellow Social Affective Neuroscience Society (SANS) Travel Award Center for Cognitive and Neurobiological Imaging Neuroventures Grant Phillip G. Zimbardo Excellence in Teaching Award The International Cultural Neuroscience Consortium (ICNC) Travel Award Center for Cognitive and Neurobiological Imaging Neuroventures Grant Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR) Young Researcher Award Peer-Reviewed Poster Presentations Genevsky, A., Knutson, B. (2015). Affective mechanisms in microlending decisions: From brain activity to aggregate behavior. Society for Affective Science. Oakland, CA.

Genevsky, A., Knutson, B. (2014). A Persistent Positivity Effect of Compassion. Society for Personality and Social Psychology. Austin, TX.

Genevsky, A., Jinpa,T., Knutson, B. (2014). The Compassion Carryover: Affective circuits underlie the persistent positivity effect of compassion. CCARE Science of Compassion Conference. San Francisco, CA.

Genevsky, A., Jinpa,T., Knutson, B. (2013). Neurobehavioral Evidence for “Compassion Carryover”. Society for Social Affective Neuroscience. San Francisco, CA.

Genevsky, A., Vastfjall, D., Slovic, P., Knutson, B. (2012). The evaluable victim effect: Neural evidence that affect shifts preferences for giving. Society for Neuroscience. New Orleans, LA.

Genevsky, A., Slovic, P., Vastfjall, D., Knutson, B. (2012). Why We Give: Neural and Affective Substrates of the Identifiable Victim Effect. Society for Neuroeconomics. Miami, FL.

Genevsky, A., Vastfjall, D., Slovic, P., Knutson, B. (2012). Neural basis of the identifiable victim effect. Society for Social Affective Neuroscience. New York, NY.

Genevsky, A., Fisher, M., Garrett, C.T., Cook, C., Vinogradov, S. (2010). Increased Serum BDNF Induced by Cognitive Training in Schizophrenia is Negatively Associated with Baseline SAA.

Schizophrenia International Research Society. Florence, Italy.

Genevsky, A., Gard, D.E., Cooper, S., Broome, R., Washington, S.L., Shehabi, L. (2008). The Impact of Choice on the Affective Startle Modulation: Evidence for Decreased Defensive Response. Society for Psychological Research. Austin, TX.

Fisher M, Genevsky A, Vertinski M, Garrett C, Subramaniam K, Vinogradov S. (2010) Predictors of Response to Neuroplasticity-Based Cognitive Training in Schizophrenia. Society of Biological Psychiatry, New Orleans, LA.

Dale, C.L., Findlay, A., Adcock, R.A., Genevsky, A., Vertinski, M., Luks, T.L., Simpson, G.V., Nagarajan, S.S., Vinogradov, S. (2009). Perceptual interference exacerbates VOT-dependent Alexander Genevsky 4 syllable discrimination and alters the physiological/performance-related response dynamics during linguistic information processing in patients with schizophrenia. Human Brain Mapping.

San Francisco, CA.

Vinogradov, S., Subramaniam. K.,,Luks, T.L., Aldebot, S., Thangavel, A., Hearst, A., Vertinski, M., Fisher, M., Genevsky, A., Simpson, G.V., Nagarajan, S.S. (2009). Neuroplasticity-based cognitive training improves working memory in schizophrenia patients: Behavioral and fMRI assessments. International Congress on Schizophrenia. San Diego, CA.

Bens, M., Fisher, M., Genevsky, A., Vinogradov, S. (2009). Neuroplasticity-Based Training of Cognitive Control in Schizophrenia. Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Dale, C.L., Adcock, R.A., Findlay, A.M., Genevsky, A., Vertinski, M., Luks, T.L., Simpson, G.V., Nagarajan, S.S., Vinogradov, S. (2009) Abnormal response dynamics during cognition-relevant auditory information processing in schizophrenia. Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Subramaniam, K., Luks, T.L., Aldebot, S., Thangavel, A., Hearst, A., Fisher, M., Jorgensen, K.W., Genevsky, A., Simpson, G.V., Nagarajan, S.S., Vinogradov, S. (2009). Neuroplasticitybased cognitive training improves self-referential processing in schizophrenia patients: Behavioral and fMRI assessments. Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Vinogradov, S., Deicken, R., Ellman, L., Genevsky, A., Poole, J., Kremen, J., Schaefer, C.,

Brown, A. (2009). The Interaction of Fetal Hypoxia and Prenatal infection in Schizophrenia:

Investigating Effects of Concomitant Obstetric Complications. Society for Biological Psychiatry.

Vancouver, Canada.

Selected Media Coverage APS Minds for Business – “Microlending Success Starts with a Smile”, (08/2015) Stanford Report – “A smile boosts the chances of getting a microloan”, Clifton Parker (08/2015) Huffington Post - "The Neurology of Lending", Wray Herbert (06/2015) Live Mint - "Need a loan? Smile", Leslie D’Monte (08/2015) APS Online - "The Neurology of Lending", Wray Herbert (06/2015) Forbes - "As Fitbits for Feelings Emerge, Whither Empathy?", Eri Gentry (05/2014) Time Online - "The Selfish Reasons Behind Why We Give", Maia Szalavitz (10/2013) London Free Press - Kelly Pedro (12/2013) Greater Good Center - "Why We Give to Neighbors, Not Strangers", Hooria Jazaieri (12/2013) La Tercera (Spanish) - "The B-side of generosity", Jose Miguel Jaque (11/2013) SFGate - "Stanford studies monks' meditation, compassion", Bryce Johnson (06/2012) WellRight - "The Giving Experiment", Michael Guercio (11/2014) Counsel & Heal - "Giving is Rooted in Pleasure, Not Guilt", Cheri Cheng (10/2013)

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Ad-hoc Reviewer Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (PNAS) Neuron Teaching Experience Affective Neuroscience –Teaching Assistant, Dr. Brian Knutson (2013, 2014, 2015) The Brain and Decision Making - Teaching Assistant, Dr. Brian Knutson (2014, 2015) Introduction to Clinical Psychology - Teaching Assistant, Dr. Ian Gotlib (2012, 2013) Psychology 1 – Teaching Fellow, Dr. James Gross (2011 & 2012) Statistics in Psychology - Teaching Assistant, (2006 & 2007) Teaching Awards Phillip G. Zimbardo Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching (2012) Stanford Psychology Teaching Evaluator – Small Group Evaluations (2013) Research Experience Graduate Student and Researcher: Symbiotic Project on Affective Neuroscience (SPANlab), Brian Knutson PhD, Stanford University (2010 – present) Laboratory Manager: San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center / UCSF, Sophia Vinogradov MD (2008-2010) Research Coordinator: University of California, San Francisco, Margaret Kemeny PhD (2007Graduate Researcher: Motivation and Emotion Research Laboratory, David Gard PhD, San Francisco State University (2006-2008) Research Assistant: Berkeley Psychophysiology Laboratory, Bob Levenson PhD, University of California, Berkeley (2005)

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Software/Programming Skills R, Python, Matlab, Unix script, AFNI, Javascript, HTML, CSS, EPrime, SPSS, Acqknowledge Professional Affiliations Association for Consumer Research Society for Consumer Psychology Society for Personality and Social Psychology Neuroeconomics Society Society for Affective Science Social Affective Neuroscience Society

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