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Journal of Organization Behavior (KJOB)
Editor: Leigh Thompson

The Kellogg Journal of Organizational Behavior, or KJOB, is a online journal that publishes the abstracts of papers that are written by doctoral students in Management and Organizations.  Under the direction of Professor Leigh Thompson, students choose a topic and propose a research methodology for testing an organizationally-relevant question.   The best papers are then selected to be posted on this Web site.  Students are then encouraged to complete the research investigations -- i.e., to collect the necessary data to test their hypotheses.  Thus, the abstracts and papers that you may download from this Web site are research papers that are in the proposal stage, rather than the completion stage. If you would like any further information about these papers or would like to be notified when new papers are posted on the site, please contact the KJOB editorial assistant, at ktag@kellogg.northwestern.edu.

Fall 2009 Issue

Avoiding the pack: Mitigating conformity in journalism Nicole L. Joseph

Distinction defeats group member deviance: The unlikely relationship between differentiation and newcomer conformity Erika Richardson

The Effect of Black Leaders' Emotions on Group Coordination Wooseok Jung

Fall 2005 Issue

In the Mood to Give: How and Why Positive Affect Increases the Importance of CSR to Prospective Employees Kathryn L.W. Heinze

Social Psychology of Networks: Influence of Emotion on Perception of Personal and Professional Networks Sara B. Soderstrom

The Fulfillment of "Unfulfilled Wish": Predecessor Regulatory Failure and Successor Negotiation Performance Li Huang

Empathy, External Rewards and the Motivation Crowding Effect: Impact on Volunteers Sharmi Surianarain

Lack of Self-Control Breeds Counterproductive Work Behavior in Mental Health Workers Erick Guerrero

Fall 2002 Issue

Social Identification, Group Differentiation and the Nested Group Model John Joseph

Interpersonal Trust and the Reversal of Attribution Error James B Oldroyd

Suspicious Minds: The Effect of Distrust in the Decision to Hire a Consulting Firm Jo-Ellen Pozner

Occupational & Gender Role Conflict: How is Role Incongruence Diminished? Cynthia S. Wang

Fall 2001 Issue

Service Response Efforts: The Cost of Making Exceptions for Customers Katie Awerkamp

Group Heterogeneity and Team Negotiation Chenbo James Zhong

Fall 2000 Issue

Women in Leadership: The Stereotyping of Women Amanda L. Crawford

Auctions and Auction Fever: Explanations from Competitive Arousal and Framing Gillian Ku

Spring 2000 Issue

Flexible Work Arrangements: A Study of Anticipation of Regret  Molly Freeman

The Power Mindset: Perseverence Effects Following a Change in Power Experience Denise Lewin Loyd

Power Inside-Out: The Corresponding Increase in Private Self-Awareness and Decrease in Public Self-Awareness Joe C. Magee

Expressing Values in Organizational Settings: The Values Diversity Dilemma J. Mark Weber

1999 Issue

The Illusion of Transparency in Transmittal Gail Ann Berger

Modern Company Myths: The Influence of Organizational Stories on Creating Commitment Peer Fiss

Betting That I Will Fail, When Success is More Likely Deepak Malhotra

1998 Issue

Corporate Directors, Accountability, and Cognitive Complexity Michael Jensen  

The Social Context of Industrial Creativity: R&D Planning Using Roadmaps Thomas A. Kappel

The Role of Identity and Familiarity in Risky Decisions Mark T. Kennedy

The Effect of Mood on Social Value Orientation: Positive Mood Induces Prosocial Behavior while Negative Mood Induces Individualistic and Competitive Behavior Shirli Kopelman

 
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