Behavioral Research at Darden

2010 Articles

Bodily, S. E. & Pfeifer, P. E. (2010). Darden's Luckiest Student: Lessons from a High-Stakes Risk Experiment. Decision Analysis,7(4), 327-330. [Abstract] [Request Article] 

Lenox, M., Scott R., & Arie L. (2010). Does Interdependency Affect Industry Profitability? An Empirical Test. Strategic Management Journal,31(2), 121-139. [Abstract] [Request Article]

Loyd, D. L., Phillips, K. W., & Whitson, J. & Thomas-Hunt, M.C. (2010). Expertise in your midst: How congruence between status and speech style affects reactions to unique knowledge. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 13, 379-395. [Abstract] [Request Article]

Sauer, S. J., Thomas-Hunt, M. C., & Morris, P.A. (2010). Too good to be true? The unintended signaling effects of educational prestige on external expectations of team performance. Organization Science, 21(5), 1108–1120. [Abstract] [Request Article]

Sharpe, K. & Staelin, R. (2010). Consumption Effects of Bundling: Consumer Perceptions, Firm Actions, and Public Policy Implications. Journal of Public Policy and Marketing 29(2), 170-188. [Abstract] [Request Article]

Sinaceur, M., Thomas-Hunt, M.C., O’Neill, O., & Neale, M.A. (2010). Influence and perceived expertise in group decision making: Minority members’ impact on private judgments and public decision. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 36(3), 423-437. [Abstract] [Request Article]

    top of page

    • News

      20 May 2014
      U.Va. Darden School Announces Annual Wells Fargo Faculty Award Recipients  more

      13 May 2014
      Financial Times Ranks Darden Executive Education No. 3 in the World and No. 1 for Faculty and Teaching Methods  more

      20 March 2014
      New U.Va. Darden Ideas to Action Website Offers Practical Business Knowledge  more