Edgar E. Kausel
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Are groups more rational than individuals? A review of interactive decision making in groups
T Kugler, EE Kausel, MG Kocher
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 3 (4), 471-482, 2012
2412012
The role of weekly high‐activated positive mood, context, and personality in innovative work behavior: A multilevel and interactional model
HP Madrid, MG Patterson, KS Birdi, PI Leiva, EE Kausel
Journal of Organizational Behavior 35 (2), 234-256, 2014
1602014
Narrow personality traits and organizational attraction: Evidence for the complementary hypothesis
EE Kausel, JE Slaughter
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 114 (1), 3-14, 2011
972011
Too arrogant for their own good? Why and when narcissists dismiss advice
EE Kausel, SS Culbertson, PI Leiva, JE Slaughter, AT Jackson
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 131, 33-50, 2015
632015
Overconfidence in personnel selection: When and why unstructured interview information can hurt hiring decisions
EE Kausel, SS Culbertson, HP Madrid
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 137, 27-44, 2016
502016
The effect of consequential thinking on trust game behavior
T Kugler, T Connolly, EE Kausel
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 22 (2), 101-119, 2009
402009
The effects of managerial regulatory fit priming on reactions to explanations
A Li, J Evans, MS Christian, SW Gilliland, EE Kausel, JH Stein
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 115 (2), 268-282, 2011
362011
Using General Mental Ability and Personality Traits to Predict Job Performance in Three C hilean Organizations
E Barros, EE Kausel, F Cuadra, DA Díaz
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 22 (4), 432-438, 2014
292014
Do people have accurate beliefs about the behavioral consequences of incidental emotions? Evidence from trust games
EE Kausel, T Connolly
Journal of Economic Psychology 42, 96-111, 2014
292014
Regret salience and accountability in the decoy effect
T Connolly, J Reb, EE Kausel
Judgment and Decision making 8 (2), 136, 2013
242013
The decoy effect as a covert influence tactic
JE Slaughter, EE Kausel, MA Quiñones
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 24 (3), 249-266, 2011
232011
The neurotic employee: Theoretical analysis of the influence of narrow facets of neuroticism on cognitive, social, and behavioral processes relevant to job performance
JE Slaughter, EE Kausel
Research in personnel and human resources management, 2009
232009
Employee selection decisions
JE Slaughter, EE Kausel
Judgment and Decision Making at Work, SIOP Organizational Frontiers Series …, 2013
212013
Responsible Personal Finance: The Role of Conscientiousness in Bank and Pension Savings in C hile
EE Kausel, E Hansen, P Tapia
International Review of Finance 16 (1), 161-167, 2016
152016
Más allá de los cinco grandes: disposiciones y personalidad en la predicción de decisiones deshonestas en el contexto organizacional
EE Kausel, PI Leiva, M Sanfuentes, E Barros
INNOVAR. Revista de Ciencias Administrativas y Sociales 22 (44), 109-122, 2012
92012
Putting organizational culture at the heart of industrial–organizational psychology's research agenda on sustainability: Insights from Iberoamerica
JM Alcaraz, EE Kausel, C Colón, MI Escotto, I Gutierrez-Martinez, ...
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 5 (4), 494-497, 2012
72012
CEOs who are servant leaders: The path to better firm performance?
EE Kausel, SS Culbertson
Academy of Management Perspectives 27 (1), 2013
62013
The reciprocal relationships between escalation, anger, and confidence in investment decisions over time
AT Jackson, SS Howes, EE Kausel, ME Young, ME Loftis
Frontiers in psychology 9, 1136, 2018
42018
Outcome bias in subjective ratings of performance: Evidence from the (football) field
EE Kausel, S Ventura, A Rodríguez
Journal of Economic Psychology 75, 102132, 2019
32019
Does facial structure predict academic performance?
EE Kausel, S Ventura, L Datawheel, D Díaz, F Vicencio
Personal Individ Differ 129, 1-5, 2018
22018
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