Kaylee is a research and teaching assistant at the University of Calgary in the areas of finance, entrepreneurship, and workplace harassment. Holding international experience in events, marketing, and consulting, Kaylee hopes to use behavioral research to help individuals at work. She is particularly interested in the topics of gender, leadership, and productivity. Kaylee completed her Bachelor of Commerce degree from the Haskayne School of Business at the University of Calgary.
Creating a Superfan: The Behavioral Power of Online Communities
Online communities are becoming a powerful marketing tool for big brands and individual content creators alike.
“If Only”: The Good and the Bad of Counterfactuals
Counterfactual thinking, or wondering "what if," can help us learn—but it can also fuel regret and rumination.
Why We Sometimes Favor Aggressive Political Leadership
When evaluating policy, several explanations may arise for our preferences for or against certain political decisions. Research shows our biases mixed with contextual factors may give favorable advantages where we least expect it.
Watch Out For These Cognitive Biases When Working From Home
The “new normal” has more people working from home than ever before. Two cognitive biases — the spotlight effect and distance bias — become more prominent during remote work, and can hold us back from making efficient choices.