TOC: Org Behav Human Dec Processes


Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 131

Can personality traits and daily positive mood buffer the harmful effects of daily negative mood on task performance and service sabotage? A self-control perspective
Nai-Wen Chi, Huo-Tsan Chang, Hsien-Lier Huang [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Do as I say, not as I’ve done: Suffering for a misdeed reduces the hypocrisy of advising others against it
Daniel A. Effron, Dale T. Miller [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Too arrogant for their own good? Why and when narcissists dismiss advice
Edgar E. Kausel, Satoris S. Culbertson, Pedro I. Leiva, Jerel E. Slaughter, Alexander T. Jackson [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Breaking (or making) the silence: How goal interdependence and social skill predict being ostracized
Long-Zeng Wu, D. Lance Ferris, Ho Kwong Kwan, Flora Chiang, Ed Snape, Lindie H. Liang [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The prospect of a perfect ending: Loss aversion and the round-number bias
P. Fraser-Mackenzie, M. Sung, J.E.V. Johnson [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Affect as an ordinal system of utility assessment
Michel Tuan Pham, Ali Faraji-Rad, Olivier Toubia, Leonard Lee [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Is there a place for sympathy in negotiation? Finding strength in weakness
Aiwa Shirako, Gavin J. Kilduff, Laura J. Kray [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Wide of the mark: Evidence on the underlying causes of overprecision in judgment
Don A. Moore, Ashli B. Carter, Heather H.J. Yang [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Balancing out feelings of risk by playing it safe: The effect of social networking on subsequent risk judgment
Hakkyun Kim, Kyoungmi Lee, Kiwan Park [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Ingratiation and popularity as antecedents of justice: A social exchange and social capital perspective
Joel Koopman, Fadel K. Matta, Brent A. Scott, Donald E. Conlon [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Exploring the signaling function of idiosyncratic deals and their interaction
Violet T. Ho, Dejun Tony Kong [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The highest form of intelligence: Sarcasm increases creativity for both expressers and recipients
Li Huang, Francesca Gino, Adam D. Galinsky [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

When doing good is bad in gift giving: Mis-predicting appreciation of socially responsible gifts
Lisa A. Cavanaugh, Francesca Gino, Gavan J. Fitzsimons [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Retraction notice to Interpretation versus reference framing: Assimilation and contrast effects in the organizational domain [Organ. Behav. Hum. Decis. Process 76 (1998) 132–148]
Diederik A. Stapel, Willem Koomen [Publisher] [Google Scholar]