Jack A. Goncalo, Ph.D.

2004 University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
Management Business Administration, Social Psychology, Industrial Psychology, Social Structure and Development
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Jennifer A. Chatman grad student 2004 UC Berkeley
 (Hidden consequences of the group -serving bias: An attributional theory of convergent thinking in groups.)
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Duguid MM, Goncalo JA. (2015) Squeezed in the middle: The middle status trade creativity for focus. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 109: 589-603
Goncalo JA, Chatman JA, Duguid MM, et al. (2015) Creativity from Constraint? How the Political Correctness Norm Influences Creativity in Mixed-sex Work Groups Administrative Science Quarterly. 60: 1-30
Goncalo JA, Vincent LC, Krause V. (2015) The liberating consequences of creative work: How a creative outlet lifts the physical burden of secrecy Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 59: 32-39
Vincent LC, Emich KJ, Goncalo JA. (2013) Stretching the moral gray zone: positive affect, moral disengagement, and dishonesty. Psychological Science. 24: 595-9
Kim SH, Vincent LC, Goncalo JA. (2013) Outside advantage: can social rejection fuel creative thought? Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 142: 605-11
Leung AK, Kim S, Polman E, et al. (2012) Embodied metaphors and creative "acts". Psychological Science. 23: 502-9
Duguid MM, Goncalo JA. (2012) Living large: the powerful overestimate their own height. Psychological Science. 23: 36-40
Mueller JS, Melwani S, Goncalo JA. (2012) The bias against creativity: why people desire but reject creative ideas. Psychological Science. 23: 13-7
Chatman JA, Goncalo JA, Kennedy JA, et al. (2012) Political correctness and group composition: A research agenda Research On Managing Groups and Teams. 15: 161-183
Goncalo JA, Duguid MM. (2012) Follow the crowd in a new direction: When conformity pressure facilitates group creativity (and when it does not) Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. 118: 14-23
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