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Recent Scholarly Research

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DATE Title Author Type
2020 Principal Costs: Reversing the Polarity of the Principal-Agent Dyad Maria Goranova, Edward Zajac working paper
2020 Feeling Authentic Serves as a Buffer Against Rejection, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes F. Gino, Maryam Kouchaki article
2020 The art of the pivot: How New ventures manage identification relationships with stakeholders as they change direction, Academy of Management Journal Christian Hampel, Paul Tracey, Klaus Weber article
2020 Strength and Weakness in Numbers? Unpacking the Role of Prevalence in the Diffusion of Reverse Mergers, Academy of Management Journal I. Naumovska, Edward Zajac, P. Lee article
2020 How Inductive versus Deductive Generalization Shapes the Guilt-by-Association Phenomenon among Firms: Theory and Evidence I. Naumovska, Edward Zajac working paper
2020 Why Connect? Moral Consequences of Networking with a Promotion or Prevention Focus, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology F. Gino, Maryam Kouchaki, T Casciaro article
2020 Financial incentives & professionals' work tasks: The moderating effects of jurisdictional dominance and prominence, Organization Science Jillian Chown article
2020 Why do high status people have larger social networks? Belief in status-quality coupling as a driver of social networking behavior Jiyin Cao, Edward (Ned) Smith article
2020 Political sectarianism in America, Science Eli Finkel, Cynthia Wang, J. N. Druckman article
2020 A collective blame hypocrisy intervention enduringly reduces hostility towards Muslims, Nature Human Behavior Emile Bruneau, Nour Kteily, Ana Urbiola article
2020 Determining our Destiny: Do Restrictions to Collective Autonomy Fuel Collective Action?, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology Frank Kachanoff, Nour Kteily, Hyun Joon Park, Donald Taylor article
2020 When Getting More Makes Groups Seem Worth Less: Negotiating a ‘Better’ Deal in Prisoner Swaps can Ironically Signal Low Self-Regard and Engender Disrespect, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology Andrea Dittmann, Nour Kteily, Emile Bruneau article
2020 Blatant dehumanization in the mind’s Eye: Prevalent even among those who explicitly reject it?, Journal of Experimental Psychology: General Christoper Petsko, Ryan Lei, Jonas Kunst, Emile Bruneau, Nour Kteily article
2020 Intergroup Contact Reduces Dehumanization and Meta-Dehumanization: Cross-Sectional, Longitudinal, and Quasi-Experimental Evidence From 16 Samples in Five Countries, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin Emile Bruneau, Samantha Moore-Berg, Nour Kteily article
2020 The Role of Group-based Egalitarianism in Collective Action, Current Opinion in Psychology Arnold Ho, Nour Kteily article
2020 It’s a Man’s World! The Role of Political Ideology in the Early Stages of Leader Recruitment, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes Burak Oc, E. Netchaeva, Maryam Kouchaki article
2020 Assessing achievement individually is not class-neutral: When and why working together benefits people from working-class contexts, Journal of personality and social psychology Andrea Dittmann, Nicole Stephens, Sarah Townsend article
2020 Difference- Education improves first-generation students grades throughout college and increases comfort with social group difference, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin Nicole Stephens, MarYam G. Hamedani, Sarah Townsend article
2020 How Resilient is Executive Compensation as a Contested Practice? Changes in Stock-Based Pay in the United States, 2002-2012, Socio-Economic Review Edward Carberry, Edward Zajac article
2020 Last to Come and Last to Go? On the Complex Role of Gender and Ethnicity in the Reputational Penalties for Directors Linked to Corporate Fraud, Academy of Management Journal I. Naumovska, Georg Wernicke, Edward Zajac article

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