Linda Ginzel
Linda Ginzel
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Organizational impression management as a reciprocal influence process: The neglected role of the organizational audience
LE Ginzel, RM Kramer, RI Sutton
Organizational identity, 223-261, 2004
3922004
States of affairs and states of mind: The effect of knowledge of beliefs
B Keysar, LE Ginzel, MH Bazerman
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 64, 283-293, 1995
851995
The impact of biased inquiry strategies on performance judgments
LE Ginzel
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 57 (3), 411-429, 1994
201994
How “naive” is the naive attributor? Discounting and augmentation in attitude attribution
LE Ginzel, EE Jones, WB Swann Jr
Social Cognition 5 (2), 108-130, 1987
131987
States of affairs and states of mind: The curse of knowledge of beliefs
B Keysar, L Ginzel, MH Bazerman
31995
Organizational images as negotiated accounts: A dynamic conception of impression management
LE Ginzel, RM Kramer, RI Sutton
Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, 1991
31991
The Impact of Biased Feedback Strategies on Performance Judgments
LE Ginzel
Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, 1990
11990
Look smarter in your first training job
P Kirby, L Ginzel
Training & Development Journal 43 (8), 69-73, 1989
11989
Why Danny Died: Cribs and Other Potentially Dangerous Products—The Advocates’ Perspective
B Keysar, L Ginzel
Pediatric annals 37 (9), 2008
2008
The effect of perceiver-induced constraint on performance judgments: the role of the target person
LE Ginzel
Princeton University, 1989
1989
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