Kyle Emich
Kyle Emich
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Decisions for others are more creative than decisions for the self
E Polman, KJ Emich
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 37 (4), 492-501, 2011
1872011
Stretching the moral gray zone: Positive affect, moral disengagement, and dishonesty
LC Vincent, KJ Emich, JA Goncalo
Psychological science 24 (4), 595-599, 2013
592013
The social consequences of voice: An examination of voice type and gender on status and subsequent leader emergence
EJ McClean, SR Martin, KJ Emich, CT Woodruff
Academy of Management Journal 61 (5), 1869-1891, 2018
492018
The affective antecedents of cognitive social network activation
CT Shea, T Menon, EB Smith, K Emich
Social Networks 43, 91-99, 2015
302015
The experience of failed humor: Implications for interpersonal affect regulation
M Williams, KJ Emich
Journal of Business and Psychology 29 (4), 651-668, 2014
272014
The ‘I's in team
KJ Emich, TA Wright
Organizational Dynamics 1 (45), 2-10, 2016
172016
Who’s bringing the donuts: The role of affective patterns in group decision making
KJ Emich
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 124 (2), 122-132, 2014
172014
Transpersonal efficacy: How efficacy perceptions of single others influence task performance
KJ Emich
Human Performance 25 (3), 235-254, 2012
162012
A social cognitive investigation of intragroup motivation: Transpersonal efficacy, effort allocation, and helping.
KJ Emich
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 18 (3), 203, 2014
122014
How expectancy motivation influences information exchange in small groups
KJ Emich
Small Group Research 43 (3), 275-294, 2012
122012
But consider the alternative: The influence of positive affect on overconfidence
KJ Emich
Cognition and Emotion 28 (8), 1382-1397, 2014
112014
Let it go: Positive affect attenuates sunk cost bias by enhancing cognitive flexibility
KJ Emich, JS Pyone
Journal of Consumer Psychology 28 (4), 578-596, 2018
92018
The many ‘faces’ of well-being
TA Wright, KJ Emich, D Klotz
Research handbook on work and well-being, 2017
72017
Shifting focus: The influence of affective diversity on team creativity
KJ Emich, LC Vincent
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 156, 24-37, 2020
4*2020
Evaluating the Interdisciplinary Mission of Small Group Research Using Computational Analytics
K Norder, KJ Emich, A Sawhney
Small Group Research 49 (4), 391-408, 2018
42018
He thought, she thought: The importance of subjective patterns to understanding team processes
KJ Emich, L Lu
Journal of Organizational Behavior 38 (1), 152-156, 2017
32017
Uncovering the moral heuristics of altruism: A philosophical scale
J Friedland, K Emich, BM Cole
PloS one 15 (3), e0229124, 2020
22020
Well, I feel differently: The importance of considering affective patterns in groups
KJ Emich
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 14 (4), e12523, 2020
12020
Re-anchoring the Ontology of IB: A Reply to Poulis & Poulis
K Norder, D Sullivan, K Emich, A Sawhney
Academy of Management Perspectives, 2020
12020
Mapping 50 Years of Small Group Research Through Small Group Research
KJ Emich, S Kumar, L Lu, K Norder, N Pandey
Small Group Research, 1046496420934541, 2020
2020
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