Aurelia Mok, Ph.D.

2010 Columbia University, New York, NY 
Social Psychology, Experimental Psychology, Ethnic and Racial Studies
"Aurelia Mok"


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Michael W. Morris grad student 2010 Columbia
 (Cultural identity integration and frame switching: Evidence for a nonconscious motivated process.)


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Shira Mor collaborator (Neurotree)
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Mok A, Morris MW. (2013) Bicultural self-defense in consumer contexts: Self-protection motives are the basis for contrast versus assimilation to cultural cues Journal of Consumer Psychology. 23: 175-188
Mok A, Morris MW. (2012) Managing two cultural identities: The malleability of bicultural identity integration as a function of induced global or local processing Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 38: 233-246
Mok A, Morris MW. (2012) Attentional Focus and the Dynamics of Dual Identity Integration: Evidence From Asian Americans and Female Lawyers Social Psychological and Personality Science. 3: 597-604
Morris MW, Mok A, Mor S. (2011) Cultural identity treat: The role of cultural identifications in moderating closure responses to foreign cultural inflow Journal of Social Issues. 67: 760-773
Mok A, Morris MW. (2011) Forecasting good or bad behaviour: A non-transparent test of contrastive responses to cultural cues Asian Journal of Social Psychology. 14: 294-301
Mok A, Morris MW. (2011) ErratumErratum to “An upside to bicultural identity conflict: Resisting groupthink in cultural ingroups” [J. Exp. Soc. Psychol. 46 (2010) 1114–1117] Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 47: 520
Morris MW, Mok A. (2011) Isolating effects of cultural schemas: Cultural priming shifts Asian-Americans' biases in social description and memory Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 47: 117-126
Mok A, Cheng CY, Morris MW. (2010) Matching versus mismatching cultural norms in performance appraisal: Effects of the cultural setting and bicultural identity integration International Journal of Cross Cultural Management. 10: 17-35
Mok A, Morris MW. (2010) Asian-Americans' creative styles in Asian and American Situations: Assimilative and contrastive responses as a function of bicultural identity integration Management and Organization Review. 6: 371-390
Mok A, Morris MW. (2010) An upside to bicultural identity conflict: Resisting groupthink in cultural ingroups Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 46: 1114-1117
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