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Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes

1985 - 2020

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Volume 161, issue S, 2020

Nudging: Progress to date and future directions pp. 3-19 Downloads
John Beshears and Harry Kosowsky
Teaching temptation bundling to boost exercise: A field experiment pp. 20-35 Downloads
Erika L. Kirgios, Graelin H. Mandel, Yeji Park, Katherine L. Milkman, Dena M. Gromet, Joseph S. Kay and Angela L. Duckworth
What is a habit? Diverse mechanisms that can produce sustained behavior change pp. 36-38 Downloads
Kevin G. Volpp and George Loewenstein
Behavior change pp. 39-49 Downloads
Angela L. Duckworth and James J. Gross
Dodging dietary defaults: Choosing away from healthy nudges pp. 50-60 Downloads
Helen Colby, Meng Li and Gretchen Chapman
Target, distance, and valence: Unpacking the effects of normative feedback pp. 61-73 Downloads
Jonathan E. Bogard, Magali A. Delmas, Noah J. Goldstein and I. Stephanie Vezich
Returnable reciprocity: Returnable gifts are more effective than unreturnable gifts at promoting virtuous behaviors pp. 74-84 Downloads
Julian J. Zlatev and Todd Rogers
When wanting closure reduces patients’ patience pp. 85-94 Downloads
Annabelle R. Roberts and Ayelet Fishbach
Designing in-app messages to nudge behavior change: Lessons learned from a weight management app for young adults pp. 95-101 Downloads
Carmina G. Valle, Brooke T. Nezami and Deborah F. Tate

Volume 161, issue C, 2020

Rethinking reappraisal: The double-edged sword of regulating negative emotions in the workplace pp. 1-19 Downloads
Matthew Feinberg, Brett Q. Ford and Francis J. Flynn
Going it alone: Competition increases the attractiveness of minority status pp. 20-33 Downloads
Erika L. Kirgios, Edward H. Chang and Katherine L. Milkman
On the hiring of kin in organizations: Perceived nepotism and its implications for fairness perceptions and the willingness to join an organization pp. 34-48 Downloads
Omar K. Burhan, Esther van Leeuwen and Daan Scheepers
The Diversity-Uncertainty-Valence (DUV) model of generalized trust development pp. 49-64 Downloads
Jiyin Cao and Adam D. Galinsky
Generosity without borders: The interactive effect of spatial distance and donation goals on charitable giving pp. 65-78 Downloads
Alison Jing Xu, Maria A. Rodas and Carlos J. Torelli
Power decreases the moral condemnation of disgust-inducing transgressions pp. 79-92 Downloads
Marlon Mooijman, Maryam Kouchaki, Erica Beall and Jesse Graham
Show me the … family: How photos of meaningful relationships reduce unethical behavior at work pp. 93-108 Downloads
Ashley E. Hardin, Christopher W. Bauman and David M. Mayer
Revisiting attribute framing: The impact of number roundedness on framing pp. 109-119 Downloads
Gaurav Jain, Gary J. Gaeth, Dhananjay Nayakankuppam and Irwin P. Levin
Man up and take it: Gender bias in moral typecasting pp. 120-141 Downloads
Tania Reynolds, Chuck Howard, Hallgeir Sjåstad, Luke Zhu, Tyler G. Okimoto, Roy F. Baumeister, Karl Aquino and JongHan Kim
Anticipated temporal landmarks undermine motivation for continued goal pursuit pp. 142-157 Downloads
Minjung Koo, Hengchen Dai, Ke Michael Mai and Camilla Eunyoung Song
How income and the economic evaluation of time affect who we socialize with outside of work pp. 158-175 Downloads
Jieun Pai, Sanford E. DeVoe and Jeffrey Pfeffer
A new look at employee happiness: How employees’ perceptions of a job as offering experiences versus objects to customers influence job-related happiness pp. 176-187 Downloads
Wilson Bastos and Sigal G. Barsade
How does the perceived value of a medium of exchange depend on its set of possible uses? pp. 188-200 Downloads
Stephen A. Spiller and Dan Ariely
Confidence and the description–experience distinction pp. 201-212 Downloads
Tomás Lejarraga and José Lejarraga
From whom do we learn group norms? Low-ranking group members are perceived as the best sources pp. 213-227 Downloads
Jennifer E. Dannals, Emily S. Reit and Dale T. Miller
Goal-setting reloaded: The influence of minimal and maximal goal standards on task satisfaction and goal striving after performance feedback pp. 228-241 Downloads
Steffen R. Giessner, Daan Stam, Rudolf Kerschreiter, Danny Verboon and Ibrahim Salama
The dark side of creativity: Coworker envy and ostracism as a response to employee creativity pp. 242-254 Downloads
Amy P. Breidenthal, Dong Liu, Yuntao Bai and Yina Mao
Face threat sensitivity in distributive negotiations: Effects on negotiator self-esteem and demands pp. 255-273 Downloads
Ece Tuncel, Dejun Tony Kong, Judi McLean Parks and Gerben A. van Kleef
Compensatory conspicuous communication: Low status increases jargon use pp. 274-290 Downloads
Zachariah C. Brown, Eric M. Anicich and Adam D. Galinsky
Creative destruction in science pp. 291-309 Downloads
Warren Tierney, Jay H. Hardy, Charles R. Ebersole, Keith Leavitt, Domenico Viganola, Elena Giulia Clemente, Michael Gordon, Anna Dreber, Magnus Johannesson, Thomas Pfeiffer and Eric Luis Uhlmann

Volume 160, issue C, 2020

Gay and lesbian disclosure and heterosexual identity threat: The role of heterosexual identity commitment in shaping de-stigmatization pp. 1-18 Downloads
Brent J. Lyons, John W. Lynch and Tiffany D. Johnson
Small steps to accuracy: Incremental belief updaters are better forecasters pp. 19-35 Downloads
Pavel Atanasov, Jens Witkowski, Lyle Ungar, Barbara Mellers and Philip Tetlock
Feeling authentic serves as a buffer against rejection pp. 36-50 Downloads
Francesca Gino and Maryam Kouchaki
When poignant stories outweigh cold hard facts: A meta-analysis of the anecdotal bias pp. 51-67 Downloads
Traci H. Freling, Zhiyong Yang, Ritesh Saini, Omar Itani and Ryan Rashad Abualsamh
Feeling proud but guilty? Unpacking the paradoxical nature of unethical pro-organizational behavior pp. 68-86 Downloads
Pok Man Tang, Kai Chi Yam and Joel Koopman
The conversations we seek to avoid pp. 87-105 Downloads
Katherine Qianwen Sun and Michael L. Slepian
Examining the role of harm-to-others in lay perceptions of greed pp. 106-114 Downloads
Erik G. Helzer and Emily Rosenzweig
Gender, power and emotions in the collaborative production of knowledge: A large-scale analysis of Wikipedia editor conversations pp. 115-130 Downloads
Jana Gallus and Sudeep Bhatia
Conversational receptiveness: Improving engagement with opposing views pp. 131-148 Downloads
Michael Yeomans, Julia Minson, Hanne Collins, Frances Chen and Francesca Gino
When eliminating bias isn’t fair: Algorithmic reductionism and procedural justice in human resource decisions pp. 149-167 Downloads
David T. Newman, Nathanael J. Fast and Derek J. Harmon

Volume 159, issue C, 2020

Cultivating a conflict-positive workplace: How mindfulness facilitates constructive conflict management pp. 8-20 Downloads
Adam A. Kay and Daniel P. Skarlicki
Helping People by Being in the Present: Mindfulness Increases Prosocial Behavior pp. 21-38 Downloads
Andrew C. Hafenbrack, Lindsey D. Cameron, Gretchen M. Spreitzer, Chen Zhang, Laura J. Noval and Samah Shaffakat
Does being mindful make people more creative at work? The role of creative process engagement and perceived leader humility pp. 39-48 Downloads
Siu Yin Cheung, Emily G. Huang, Song Chang and Liqun Wei
Finding calm in the storm: A daily investigation of how trait mindfulness buffers against paranoid cognition and emotional exhaustion following perceived discrimination at work pp. 49-63 Downloads
Christian N. Thoroughgood, Katina B. Sawyer and Jennica R. Webster
Mind your own break! The interactive effect of workday respite activities and mindfulness on employee outcomes via affective linkages pp. 64-77 Downloads
SinHui Chong, You Jin Kim, Hun Whee Lee, Russell E. Johnson and Lin, Szu-Han (Joanna)
Wherever you go, there you become: How mindfulness arises in everyday situations pp. 78-96 Downloads
Christopher S. Reina and Ravi S. Kudesia

Volume 158, issue C, 2020

It’s not what you say, it’s how you say it: Conversational flow as a predictor of networking success pp. 1-10 Downloads
Mindy Truong, Nathanael J. Fast and Jennifer Kim
Let’s choose one of each: Using the partition dependence effect to increase diversity in organizations pp. 11-26 Downloads
Zhiyu Feng, Yukun Liu, Zhen Wang and Krishna Savani
Actionable recommendations for narrowing the science-practice gap in open science pp. 27-35 Downloads
Herman Aguinis, George C. Banks, Steven G. Rogelberg and Wayne F. Cascio
The moral psychology of continuation decisions: A recipe for moral disengagement pp. 36-48 Downloads
Gary D. Sherman
What if diamonds did not last forever? Signaling status achievement through ephemeral versus iconic luxury goods pp. 49-65 Downloads
Perrine Desmichel, Nailya Ordabayeva and Bruno Kocher
Simplification and defaults affect adoption and impact of technology, but decision makers do not realize it pp. 66-79 Downloads
Peter Bergman, Jessica Lasky-Fink and Todd Rogers
To be or not to be your authentic self? Catering to others’ preferences hinders performance pp. 83-100 Downloads
Francesca Gino, Ovul Sezer and Laura Huang
Juggling work and home selves: Low identity integration feels less authentic and increases unethicality pp. 101-111 Downloads
Mahdi Ebrahimi, Maryam Kouchaki and Vanessa M. Patrick
Humility breeds authenticity: How authentic leader humility shapes follower vulnerability and felt authenticity pp. 112-125 Downloads
Burak Oc, Michael A. Daniels, James M. Diefendorff, Michael R. Bashshur and Gary J. Greguras
Do status incentives undermine morality-based status attainment? Investigating the mediating role of perceived authenticity pp. 126-138 Downloads
Feng Bai, Grace Ching Chi Ho and Wu Liu
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