Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior
Oregon State University
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Increasingly, research is demonstrating how both momentary behavioral influences such as emotions and more durable influences such as automatic behavior, attitudes, and authenticity profoundly shape individuals’ performance, relationships, and well-being. My research incorporates a conceptual and multi-method empirical approach to examine these topics in the contexts of negotiation, decision accuracy and performance, persuasion and cooperation, and interpersonal perceptions and interactions in the workplace. I also draw heavily on these ideas in my teaching, which includes courses on negotiations, ethics, organizational behavior, and leadership rating methodology of visual social work, all while concurrently combatting isolation and stigma.