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Robert Lount
Robert Lount
Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University
Verified email at fisher.osu.edu
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The impact of positive mood on trust in interpersonal and intergroup interactions.
RB Lount Jr
Journal of personality and social psychology 98 (3), 420, 2010
2862010
The social context of trust: The role of status
RB Lount Jr, NC Pettit
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 117 (1), 15-23, 2012
2032012
Getting off on the wrong foot: The timing of a breach and the restoration of trust
RB Lount Jr, CB Zhong, N Sivanathan, JK Murnighan
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 34 (12), 1601-1612, 2008
1962008
Social category diversity promotes premeeting elaboration: The role of relationship focus
DL Loyd, CS Wang, KW Phillips, RB Lount Jr
Organization Science 24 (3), 757-772, 2013
1692013
Compensatory ethics
CB Zhong, G Ku, RB Lount, JK Murnighan
Journal of business ethics 92 (3), 323-339, 2010
1502010
Psychological mechanisms underlying the Köhler motivation gain
NL Kerr, LA Messé, DH Seok, EJ Sambolec, RB Lount Jr, ES Park
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 33 (6), 828-841, 2007
1492007
Mitigating principal-agent problems in base-of-the-pyramid markets: An identity spillover perspective
GM Kistruck, CJ Sutter, RB Lount Jr, BR Smith
Academy of Management Journal 56 (3), 659-682, 2013
1282013
An exploration of the structure of effective apologies
RJ Lewicki, B Polin, RB Lount Jr
Negotiation and Conflict Management Research 9 (2), 177-196, 2016
1192016
Working harder with the out-group: The impact of social category diversity on motivation gains
RB Lount Jr, KW Phillips
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 103 (2), 214-224, 2007
1122007
Knowledge of partner's ability as a moderator of group motivation gains: An exploration of the Köhler discrepancy effect.
LA Messé, G Hertel, NL Kerr, RB Lount Jr, ES Park
Journal of Personality and social Psychology 82 (6), 935, 2002
1062002
Judgmental biases in conflict resolution and how to overcome them
L Thompson, J Nadler, RB Lount Jr
The handbook of conflict resolution: Theory and practice, 213-235, 2006
102*2006
Cheating to get ahead or to avoid falling behind? The effect of potential negative versus positive status change on unethical behavior
NC Pettit, SP Doyle, RB Lount Jr, C To
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 137, 172-183, 2016
732016
Looking down and ramping up: The impact of status differences on effort in intergroup contexts
NC Pettit, RB Lount Jr
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (1), 9-20, 2010
702010
The role of affect in knowledge transfer.
DZ Levin, TR Kurtzberg, KW Phillips, RB Lount Jr
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 14 (2), 123, 2010
682010
Cooperation vs. competition: Alternative goal structures for motivating groups in a resource scarce environment
GM Kistruck, RB Lount Jr, BR Smith, BJ Bergman Jr, TW Moss
Academy of Management Journal 59 (4), 1174-1198, 2016
662016
Working harder or hardly working? Posting performance eliminates social loafing and promotes social laboring in workgroups
RB Lount Jr, SL Wilk
Management Science 60 (5), 1098-1106, 2014
662014
Helping others most when they are not too close: Status distance as a determinant of interpersonal helping in organizations
SP Doyle, RB Lount Jr, SL Wilk, NC Pettit
Academy of Management Discoveries 2 (2), 155-174, 2016
522016
Friends with performance benefits: A meta-analysis on the relationship between friendship and group performance
S Chung, RB Lount Jr, HM Park, ES Park
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 44 (1), 63-79, 2018
492018
Evaluation concerns and the Köhler effect: The impact of physical presence on motivation gains
RB Lount Jr, ES Park, NL Kerr, LA Messé, DH Seok
Small Group Research 39 (6), 795-812, 2008
472008
Trying harder for different reasons: Conjunctivity and sex composition as bases for motivation gains in performning groups.
RB Lount Jr, LA Messé, NL Kerr
Zeitschrift für Sozialpsychologie, 2000
422000
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