Emily C. Bianchi, Ph.D.

2012 Business Columbia University, New York, NY 
Organizational, Industrial Psychology
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Joel Brockner grad student 2012 Columbia
 (Worse Off But Happier? The Affective Advantages of Entering the Workforce During an Economic Downturn.)
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Côté S, Stellar JE, Willer R, et al. (2020) The Psychology of Entrenched Privilege: High Socioeconomic Status Individuals From Affluent Backgrounds Are Uniquely High in Entitlement. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 146167220916633
Bianchi EC. (2019) How the economy shapes the way we think about ourselves and others. Current Opinion in Psychology. 32: 120-123
Bianchi EC, Hall EV, Lee S. (2018) Reexamining the Link Between Economic Downturns and Racial Antipathy: Evidence That Prejudice Against Blacks Rises During Recessions. Psychological Science. 956797618777214
Bianchi EC. (2016) American individualism rises and falls with the economy: Cross-temporal evidence that individualism declines when the economy falters. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 111: 567-84
Bianchi EC, Mohliver A. (2016) Do good times breed cheats? Prosperous times have immediate and lasting implications for CEO misconduct Organization Science. 27: 1488-1503
Bianchi EC, Vohs KD. (2016) Social Class and Social Worlds Social Psychological and Personality Science. 7: 479-486
Bianchi EC, Brockner J, van den Bos K, et al. (2015) Trust in decision-making authorities dictates the form of the interactive relationship between outcome fairness and procedural fairness. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 41: 19-34
Bianchi EC. (2014) Entering adulthood in a recession tempers later narcissism. Psychological Science. 25: 1429-37
Bianchi EC. (2013) The Bright Side of Bad Times: The Affective Advantages of Entering the Workforce in a Recession Administrative Science Quarterly. 58: 587-623
Schweinsberg M, Seifert M, Moon H, et al. (2012) Status-Sensitivity: Why High Status People are More Sensitive to Psychological Contract Violations Academy of Management Proceedings. 2012: 11928
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