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Noah Eisenkraft
Noah Eisenkraft
Eisenkraft Consulting; Duke University
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Positive is usually good, negative is not always bad: The effects of group affect on social integration and task performance.
AP Knight, N Eisenkraft
Journal of Applied Psychology 100 (4), 1214, 2015
2672015
The objective value of subjective value: A multi‐round negotiation study
JR Curhan, HA Elfenbein, N Eisenkraft
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 40 (3), 690-709, 2010
1982010
Are some negotiators better than others? Individual differences in bargaining outcomes
HA Elfenbein, JR Curhan, N Eisenkraft, A Shirako, L Baccaro
Journal of research in personality 42 (6), 1463-1475, 2008
163*2008
Paper or Plastic?”: How We Pay Influences Post-Transaction Connection
AM Shah, N Eisenkraft, JR Bettman, TL Chartrand
Journal of Consumer Research 42 (5), 688-708, 2016
1592016
Dynamic associations among somatic complaints, human energy, and discretionary behaviors: Experiences with pain fluctuations at work
MS Christian, N Eisenkraft, C Kapadia
Administrative Science Quarterly 60 (1), 66-102, 2015
1262015
Orchestral performance and the footprint of mindfulness
E Langer, T Russel, N Eisenkraft
Psychology of Music 37 (2), 125-136, 2009
1182009
The way you make me feel: Evidence for individual differences in affective presence
N Eisenkraft, HA Elfenbein
Psychological Science 21 (4), 505-510, 2010
882010
The relationship between displaying and perceiving nonverbal cues of affect: A meta-analysis to solve an old mystery.
HA Elfenbein, N Eisenkraft
Journal of personality and social psychology 98 (2), 301, 2010
862010
The social perception of emotional abilities: expanding what we know about observer ratings of emotional intelligence.
HA Elfenbein, SG Barsade, N Eisenkraft
Emotion 15 (1), 17, 2015
782015
Do we know who values us? Dyadic meta-accuracy in the perception of professional relationships
HA Elfenbein, N Eisenkraft, WW Ding
Psychological Science 20 (9), 1081-1083, 2009
502009
Accurate by way of aggregation: Should you trust your intuition-based first impressions?
N Eisenkraft
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 49 (2), 277-279, 2013
432013
We know who likes us, but not who competes against us: Dyadic meta-accuracy among work colleagues
N Eisenkraft, HA Elfenbein, S Kopelman
Psychological Science 28 (2), 233-241, 2017
342017
Individual differences in the accuracy of expressing and perceiving nonverbal cues: New data on an old question
HA Elfenbein, M Der Foo, M Mandal, R Biswal, N Eisenkraft, A Lim, ...
Journal of Research in Personality 44 (2), 199-206, 2010
332010
On the relative importance of individual-level characteristics and dyadic interaction effects in negotiations: Variance partitioning evidence from a twins study.
HA Elfenbein, N Eisenkraft, JR Curhan, LF DiLalla
Journal of Applied Psychology 103 (1), 88, 2018
292018
When do degree centrality and tie strength centrality have divergent validity?
N Eisenkraft
Academy of Management Proceedings 2018 (1), 10357, 2018
32018
Who makes an effective negotiator? A personality-theoretic approach to a longstanding question
HA Elfenbein, JR Curhan, N Eisenkraft, AD Brown
A Personality-Theoretic Approach to a Longstanding Question (October 9, 2017), 2017
32017
Negotiator consistency, counterpart consistency, and reciprocity in behavior across partners: a round-robin study
H Anger Elfenbein, JR Curhan, N Eisenkraft
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 49 (7), 1071-1085, 2023
22023
CustomNegotiations. org: a free resource for creating custom negotiation simulations
N Eisenkraft
Negotiation Journal 33 (3), 239-253, 2017
22017
Dichotomizing network data can change the meaning of actor centrality
N Eisenkraft
Academy of management proceedings 2016 (1), 13383, 2016
22016
r WG IS NOT ENOUGH: DETECTING SUBGROUP DISAGREEMENT.
N EISENKRAFT
Academy of Management Proceedings 2010 (1), 1-6, 2010
22010
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