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DATE Title Author Type
2024 Taming Platform Power: Taking Accountability into Account in the Management of Platforms, Academy of Management Annals Hatim Rahman, Arvind Karunakaran, Lindsey Cameron article
2024 Deep learning-aided decision support for diagnosis of skin disease across skin tones, Nature Medicine Matthew Groh, Omar Badri, Roxana Daneshjou, Arash Koochek, Caleb Harris, Luis Soenksen, P. Murali Doraiswamy, Rosalind Picard article
2024 Physician-machine partnerships boost diagnostic accuracy, but bias persists Matthew Groh article
2024 What causes social class disparities in education? The role of the mismatches between academic contexts and working-class socialization contexts and how the effects of these mismatches are explained, Psychological Review Sébastien Goudeau, Nicole Stephens, Hazel Rose Markus, Céline Darnon, Jean-Claude Croizet, A. Cimpian article
2024 Extracting Intersectional Stereotypes from Embeddings: Developing and Validating the FISE Procedure, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Tessa Charlesworth, Mahzarin Banaji, Kshitish Ghate article
2024 Large Language Models in Qualitative Research: Not all that Glitters is Gold, Journal of Management Inquiry Hatim Rahman, Lindsey Cameron article
2024 Solidarity-based collective action among third parties: The role of emotion regulation and moral outrage, Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy Ivuoma Ngozi Onyeador, Green J Dorainne, Ajua Duker, Jennifer Anne Richeson article
2024 How Much inequity do you see? Structural power, perceptions of gender and racial inequity, and support for diversity initiatives., Academy of Management Journal Christopher To, Elad Sherf, Maryam Kouchaki article
2024 A synthesis of evidence for policy from behavioural science during COVID-19 Eli J. Finkel article
2024 How to give great research talks to any audience Eli J. Finkel article
2024 Who Wins the Tournament of Lawyers? Gender and Promotions to Partner in a Large Law Firm Jayanti Owens, Lauren Rivera working paper
2024 Partisan Disparities in the Use of Science in Policy Alexander Furnas, Timothy LaPira, Dashun Wang working paper
2024 Advantaged groups misperceive how allyship will be received, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes Hannah Birnbaum, Desman Wilson, Adam Waytz article
2024 The psychology of social robots and artificial intelligence Kurt Gray, K.C. Yam, A.E. Zhen'An, Danica Wilbanks, Adam Waytz book chapter
2024 Reckoning with a racist past: Black and White Americans’ subjective temporal distance from past racism predicts denial of present-day racism. Ivuoma Ngozi Onyeador, Serena Does, Margaret Shih working paper
2024 The More the Merrier: How Psychological Standing and Work Group Size Explain Managers’ Willingness to Communicate About Unethical Conduct in Their Work Group, Journal of Business Ethics Burak Oc, Maryam Kouchaki article
2024 Americans’ misperceptions of gender economic equality Ivuoma Ngozi Onyeador, Kate Zendell, Eliette Albrecht, Natalie M Daumeyer, Julian Michael Rucker, Michael W. Kraus, Jennifer Anne Richeson working paper
2024 Interdependent behavior only benefits employees from working-class backgrounds when it is both enacted and valued. Andrea Dittmann, Nicole Stephens, Sarah Townsend article
2024 Milestones as Merit: Selecting the Elite in Early Childhood Private School Admissions Estela Diaz, Lauren Rivera working paper
2024 An Empirical Test of an Intervention to Reduce Pandemic-Related Inequities in Academic Science Lauren Rivera, Katherine Weisshaar, Andras Tilcsik working paper