Anine Cecilie Riege
- Judgment and decision making
- Social psychology
- Math Interest (interventions)
- Probability judgments
- Vaccination decisions (interventions)
- Self-determination theory
- Additivity neglect
- Gender differences in willingness to compete
- Organizational psychology
My main project investigates how to increase interest in mathematics, focusing on interventions such as question asking and storytelling. In general, we have a societal problem with a lack of interest in STEM-fields. Many students’ interest in mathematics has a tendency to decline with age during the adolescent years (e.g., Fredricks & Eccles, 2002; Watt, 2004) and our aim is to develop learning activities that trigger situational interest (a temporary state of engagement that arises from students’ reaction toward the immediate learning environment, e.g., Renninger & Su, 2012).
Together with Dr. Karis Moon, we have developed a scale to measure motivation for flu vaccine uptake amongst healthcare professionals (TSRQ-Flu) within the framework of self-determination theory (Deci & Ryan, 2000). We are also working on interventions to increase uptake of the flu vaccine, such as using autonomy supportive language.
I am also interested in how people use and understand probabilities focusing on accuracy according to a coherence criterion (judgments are compared to logical, mathematical, or statistical rules, such as the principle of additivity). Together with Professor Kjell Arne Brekke, we investigate the relationship between additivity neglect and ambiguity aversion. We also investigate determinants of additivity neglect (probability estimates for a set of outcomes that exceed 1 or 100%), such as numeracy the effect of answering format, trying to get to the underlying cognitive process using process measures such as eye-tracking.
Together with Dr. Karen Hauge and Dr. Andreas Kotsadam, we are using the epidemiological method to investigate cultural effects on gender differences in willingness to compete and bargaining.
I am also interested in responsibility judgments, and how people react to scientific uncertainty and scientific disagreement.
Students interested in any of these topics are very welcome to contact me.
Higher education and employment history
2019 - Postdoctoral fellow / University of Oslo
2018 – 2019 Scientific Advisor / Frisch Centre
2016 - 2019 Postdoctoral fellow / Kingston University London
2012 - 2016 PhD candidate / University of Oslo
2015 - 2016 Visiting Fulbright Scholar / University of Iowa
2011 - Master of Philosophy in Psychology / University of Oslo
2009 - Bachelor in Psychology / University of Oslo
2009 - Bachelor in Social Anthropology / University of Oslo
2008 - Bachelor of Management / BI Oslo
Moon, Karis; Riege, Anine ; Gourdon-Kanhukamwe, Amélie & Vallée-Tourangeau, Gaëlle (2021). The Moderating Effect of Autonomy on Promotional Health Messages Encouraging Healthcare Professionals’ to Get the Influenza Vaccine. . Journal of experimental psychology. Applied. ISSN 1076-898X. 27(2), p. 187–200. doi: 10.1037/xap0000348
Moon, Karis; Riege, Anine ; Gourdon-Kanhukamwe, Amélie & Vallée-Tourangeau, Gaëlle (2021). Development and validation of the treatment self-regulation questionnaire assessing healthcare professionals’ motivation for flu vaccination (TSRQ-Flu). Psychology and Health. ISSN 0887-0446. doi: 10.1080/08870446.2021.1912343
Nordbye, Gro Hege Haraldsen; Riege, Anine H. & Teigen, Karl Halvor (2018). Better safe than sorry: Risking irresponsibility by seeking uncertainty. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making. ISSN 0894-3257. 31(1), p. 87–99. doi: 10.1002/bdm.2049 Full text in Research Archive
Lone, Jon Anders; Riege, Anine Cecilie; Bjørklund, Roald Arild; Hoff, Thomas & Bjørkli, Cato Alexander (2017). The relationship between the broader environment and the work system in a university setting: a systems approach. Studies in Higher Education. ISSN 0307-5079. 42(1), p. 3–22. doi: 10.1080/03075079.2015.1034259
Riege, Anine Cecilie & Teigen, Karl Halvor (2017). Everybody Will Win, and All Must Be Hired: Comparing Additivity Neglect with the Nonselective Superiority Bias. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making. ISSN 0894-3257. 30(1), p. 95–106. doi: 10.1002/bdm.1924 Full text in Research Archive
Riege, Anine Cecilie; Sulutvedt, Unni & Teigen, Karl Halvor (2014). Format dependent probabilities: An eye-tracking analysis of additivity neglect. Polish Psychological Bulletin. ISSN 0079-2993. 45(1), p. 12–20. doi: 10.2478/ppb-2014-0003 Show summary
Riege, Anine H. & Teigen, Karl Halvor (2013). Additivity neglect in probability estimates: Effects of numeracy and response format. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. ISSN 0749-5978. 121(1), p. 41–52. doi: 10.1016/j.obhdp.2012.11.004 Show summary
Reber, Rolf; Riege, Anine & Martinussen, Liva Jenny (2021). Question asking, storytelling, and problem posing as interventions to trigger situational interest and learning in STEM-topics: A user-based approach to intervention-development .
Riege, Anine H. & Halkjelsvik, Torleif (2019). Communicating scientific disagreement in health policy decisions and its effect on public perception. .
Riege, Anine Cecilie; Bjørgfinsdottir, Røskva & Miljeteig, K. (2015). An eye for probabilities: The effect of answering format on Additivity neglect.
Riege, Anine Cecilie & Teigen, Karl Halvor (2015). Everybody will win, and all must be hired:Comparing additivity neglect with the nonselective superiority bias .
Riege, Anine Cecilie (2015). Comparative processing - How to best evaluate your next vacation destination? Impuls : Tidsskrift for psykologi. ISSN 0801-2911. 68(1), p. 53–59.
Riege, Anine Cecilie; Sulutvedt, Unni; Bjørgfinsdottir, Røskva & Teigen, Karl Halvor (2014). An eye-tracking analysis of the effect of answering format on additivity neglect.
Riege, Anine Cecilie & Teigen, Karl Halvor (2014). The relationship between additivity neglect and the nonselective superiority bias.
Riege, Anine Cecilie; Sulutvedt, Unni & Teigen, Karl Halvor (2013). Additivity neglect of probability estimates: An eye-tracking analysis.