Behavioral Research at Darden

2006 & Prior Articles

Ely, R. J., Meyerson, D. A., & Davidson, M. N. (2006). Rethinking Political Correctness. Harvard Business Review 84(9), 78-87. [Abstract] [Request Article]

Davidson, M. N. (2001). Know thine adversary: The impact of race on styles of dealing with conflict. Sex Roles, 45 (5/6), 259-276. [Abstract] [Request Article]

Friedman, R. A. & Davidson, M. N. (2001). Managing diversity and second-order conflict. International Journal of Conflict Management, 12(2), 132-153. [Abstract] [Request Article]

Davidson, M. N. & Foster-Johnson, L. (2001). Mentoring in the preparation of graduate researchers of color. Review of Educational Research, 71(4), 549-574. [Abstract] [Request Article]

Davidson, M. N. & Greenhalgh, L. (1999). The role of emotion in negotiation: The impact of anger. In R.J. Bies, R.J. Lewicki, B.H. Sheppard, (Eds.), Research on Negotiation in Organizations (pp, 3-26). Greenwich, CT: JAI Press Inc. [Abstract] [Request Chapter]

Friedman, R. A. & Davidson, M. N. (1999). The black-white gap in perceptions of discrimination: Its causes and consequences. In R.J. Bies, R.J. Lewicki, B.H. Sheppard, (Eds.), Research on Negotiation in Organizations (pp, 203-228). Greenwich, CT: JAI Press Inc. [Abstract] [Request Chapter]

Davidson, M. N. (1999). The value of being included: An examination of diversity change initiatives in organizations. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 12(1), 164-180. [Abstract] [Request Article]

Davidson, M. N., & Friedman, R. A. (1998). When excuses don't work: The persistent injustice effect among black managers. Administrative Science Quarterly, 43(1), 154-183. [Abstract] [Request Article]

Weinberger, D. A. & Davidson, M. N. (1994). Styles of inhibiting emotional expression: Distinguishing repressive coping from impression management. Journal of Personality. 62(4), 587-613. [Abstract] [Request Article]

James, E. H., Brief, A. P., & Dietz, J., Cohen, R. R. (2001). Prejudice matters: Understanding the reactions of Whites to affirmative action programs targeted to benefit Blacks. Journal of Applied Psychology, 86, 1120-1128. [Abstract] [Request Article]

Lenox, M., Scott R., & Arie L. (2006). Interdependency, Competition, and the Distribution of Firm and Industry Profits. Management Science, 52(5), 757-772. [Abstract] [Request Article]

Quinn, R. W. (2006). Flow in Knowledge Work: High Performance Experience in the Design of National Security Technology. Administrative Science Quarterly, 50(4), 610-641. [Abstract] [Request Article]

Sheldon, O. J., Thomas-Hunt, M. C., and Proell, C. A. (2006).When Timeliness Matters: The Moderating Effect of Status on Reactions to Time Delay within Distributed Collaboration. Journal of Applied Psychology, 91(6), 1385-1395. [Abstract] [Request Article]

Thomas-Hunt, M. C. and Phillips, K. W. (2004). When What You Know is Not Enough: Expertise and Gender Dynamics in Task Groups. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 30, 1585-1598. [Abstract] [Request Article]

Thomas-Hunt, M. C., Ogden, T. Y., and Neale, M. A. (2003). Who’s really sharing? The context dependent effects of social and expert status on knowledge exchange within groups. Management Science, 49(4), 464-477. [Abstract] [Request Article]

Gruenfeld, D. H., Thomas-Hunt, M. C., and Kim, P. (1998). Cognitive flexibility, communication strategy, and integrative complexity in groups: Public versus private reactions to majority and minority status. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 34(2), 202-226. [Abstract] [Request Article]

Northcraft, G. B., Preston, J., Neale, M. A., Kim, P., and Thomas-Hunt, M. C. (1998). Non-linear preference functions and negotiated outcomes. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 73(1), 54-75. [Abstract] [Request Article]

Blount, S., Thomas-Hunt, M. C.,Neale, M. A. (1996). The price is right- or is it? A reference point model of two-party price negotiations. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 68(1), 1-12. [Abstract] [Request Article]

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