Jason Stornelli is an assistant professor of marketing in the College of Business at Oregon State University. His research investigates how people make judgments and decisions about regulating their consumption, with the aim of helping consumers to act in ways that leave them happier, healthier and wealthier.
His primary area of research examines how making plans can facilitate and hinder consumers' ability to convert their choices and intentions into sustained action. In addition, Jason studies factors such as genetics, culture and cognitive biases and their relationship to consumer choice.
Jason earned a Ph.D. in marketing from the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business and a BA in honors business administration from the University of Western Ontario's Ivey Business School.