Adam D. Galinsky, Ph.D.

Columbia Business School 
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Gordon B. Moskowitz grad student (Neurotree)


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Li Huang grad student Columbia
Jon Michael Jachimowicz grad student (Neurotree)
Jackson G. Lu grad student
Cynthia S. Wang grad student Northwestern (SocTree)
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Götz FM, Gvirtz A, Galinsky AD, et al. (2021) How personality and policy predict pandemic behavior: Understanding sheltering-in-place in 55 countries at the onset of COVID-19. The American Psychologist. 76: 39-49
Liu SS, Shteynberg G, Morris MW, et al. (2020) How Does Collectivism Affect Social Interactions? A Test of Two Competing Accounts. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 146167220923230
Lu JG, Lee JJ, Gino F, et al. (2020) Air Pollution, State Anxiety, and Unethical Behavior: A Meta-Analytic Review. Psychological Science. 956797620924765
Pike BE, Galinsky AD. (2020) The power shield: Powerful roles eliminate gender disparities in political elections. The Journal of Applied Psychology
Maddux WWM, Lu JG, Affinito SJ, et al. (2020) Multicultural Experiences: A Systematic Review and New Theoretical Framework The Academy of Management Annals
Fleischmann A, Lammers J, Conway P, et al. (2020) Kant be Compared: People High in Social Comparison Orientation Make Fewer—Not More—Deontological Decisions in Sacrificial Dilemmas: Social Psychological and Personality Science. 194855062094729
Cao J, Galinsky AD. (2020) The Diversity-Uncertainty-Valence (DUV) model of generalized trust development Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. 161: 49-64
Majer JM, Trötschel R, Galinsky AD, et al. (2019) Open to offers, but resisting requests: How the framing of anchors affects motivation and negotiated outcomes. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Pike BE, Galinsky AD. (2019) Power leads to action because it releases the psychological brakes on action. Current Opinion in Psychology. 33: 91-94
Jachimowicz JM, Wihler A, Bailey ER, et al. (2019) Reply to Guo et al. and Credé: Grit-S scale measures only perseverance, not passion, and its supposed subfactors are merely artifactors. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
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