Julia A. Minson
Julia A. Minson
Harvard Kennedy School
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Do-gooder derogation: Disparaging morally motivated minorities to defuse anticipated reproach
JA Minson, B Monin
Social Psychological and Personality Science 3 (2), 200-207, 2012
1922012
Holding the Hunger Games hostage at the gym: An evaluation of temptation bundling
KL Milkman, JA Minson, KGM Volpp
Management science 60 (2), 283-299, 2014
1722014
Algorithm appreciation: People prefer algorithmic to human judgment
JM Logg, JA Minson, DA Moore
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 151, 90-103, 2019
842019
A homeowner's dilemma: Anchoring in residential real estate transactions
GW Bucchianeri, JA Minson
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 89, 76-92, 2013
732013
Two to tango: Effects of collaboration and disagreement on dyadic judgment
JA Minson, V Liberman, L Ross
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 37 (10), 1325-1338, 2011
732011
The cost of collaboration: Why joint decision making exacerbates rejection of outside information
JA Minson, JS Mueller
Psychological Science 23 (3), 219-224, 2012
682012
It doesn’t hurt to ask: Question-asking increases liking.
K Huang, M Yeomans, AW Brooks, J Minson, F Gino
Journal of personality and social psychology 113 (3), 430, 2017
532017
In the eye of the beholder: Eye contact increases resistance to persuasion
FS Chen, JA Minson, M Schne, M Heinrichs
Psychological science 24 (11), 2254-2261, 2013
502013
Nave realism and capturing the “wisdom of dyads”
V Liberman, JA Minson, CJ Bryan, L Ross
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (2), 507-512, 2012
342012
Tell me more: The effects of expressed interest on receptiveness during dialog
FS Chen, JA Minson, ZL Tormala
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (5), 850-853, 2010
292010
Predicting civil jury verdicts: How attorneys use (and misuse) a second opinion
J Jacobson, J Dobbs‐Marsh, V Liberman, JA Minson
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 8, 99-119, 2011
262011
Do-gooder derogation: Disparaging morally motivated minorities to defuse anticipated reproach. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 3 (2), 200–207
JA Minson, B Monin
222012
Eliciting the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth: The effect of question phrasing on deception
JA Minson, EM VanEpps, JA Yip, ME Schweitzer
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 147, 76-93, 2018
162018
Communicating with warmth in distributive negotiations is surprisingly counterproductive
M Jeong, J Minson, M Yeomans, F Gino
Management Science 65 (12), 5813-5837, 2019
82019
The relationship between self-other disagreement and the perceived impact of biasing versus normative considerations on own versus others’ opinions
L Ross, J McGuire, J Minson
Manuscript in preparation, 2004
72004
Selective exposure partly relies on faulty affective forecasts
CA Dorison, JA Minson, T Rogers
Cognition 188, 98-107, 2019
62019
The contingent wisdom of dyads: When discussion enhances vs. undermines the accuracy of collaborative judgments
JA Minson, JS Mueller, RP Larrick
Management Science 64 (9), 4177-4192, 2018
62018
Do-gooder derogation. Trivializing morally-motivated minorities to defuse anticipated moral reproach
B Monin, J Minson
Unpublished manuscript, 2007
62007
Why won’t you listen to me? Measuring receptiveness to opposing views
JA Minson, FS Chen, CH Tinsley
Management Science, 2019
52019
Groups Weight Outside Information Less Than Individuals Do, Although They Shouldn’t Response to Schultze, Mojzisch, and Schulz-Hardt (2013)
JA Minson, JS Mueller
Psychological science 24 (7), 1373-1374, 2013
42013
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