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Researchers at ExPO

Faculty Affiliates

  • Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior, ILR

Emily conducts research aimed at understanding the sources and consequences of a person’s sense of entitlement.

  • Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior, ILR

Vanessa's research examines the extent to which people recognize the influence they have over others across a variety of situations.

  • Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior, ILR

Brian's research investigates creativity and morality in the workplace and everyday life. Some related research interests include empathy, perspective-taking, hypocrisy, and hierarchy beliefs. 

  • Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior

Professor Lee examines key features of social influence, where one person makes an overture toward another in the hopes of achieving a particular economic or subjective outcome.

  • Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior, ILR

Sean’s research focuses on managerial decision making, bias reduction in social evaluations, and perceptions of social and organizational hierarchy.

  • Assistant Professor of Human Resources Studies, ILR

Devon’s research examines stereotyping and discrimination, how creativity is evaluated, and what motivates employees’ organizational attitudes and behaviors. 

  • Assistant Professor of Management & Organizations, Johnson - SCJ College of Business

Angus's research examines the functioning and performance of top teams and the effects of power, status and loyalty on individual well-being, moral judgment, ethical decision making, leadership eff

  • Associate Professor of Management & Organizations, Johnson - SCJ College of Business

Professor Sunita Sah's research focus is on institutional corruption, disclosure, ethics, autonomy, influence, trust and advice.

  • Assistant Professor of Management & Organizations, The Hotel School - SCJ College of Business

Simone studies morality, ethics, and ideology. For example, how do we judge organizations after wrongdoing and when do we feel empathy for them?

Student Affiliates

  • Doctoral Student, Management & Organizations, SCJ College of Business

Wayne's research focuses on understanding and overcoming the bias against new ideas and information.

  • Doctoral Student, Organizational Behavior, ILR School

Zachariah's research interests are broadly on morality and identity, and he's currently working primarily on questions related to loyalty and passion for work.

  • Doctoral Student, Organizational Behavior, ILR School

Rachel's research utilizes theory and methods from social psychology and judgment and decision making to understand human perception, judgment, and behavior.

  • Doctoral Student, Organizational Behavior, ILR School

Sangah's research interests include the perception of motivation and social influence.

  • Doctoral Student, Organizational Behavior, ILR School

Claire's research focuses on allyship behavior and how organizations can create more inclusive workplaces.

  • Doctoral Student, Management & Organizations, SCJ College of Business

Vanessa's research interests focus on decision making, morality and leadership.

  • Doctoral Student, Organizational Behavior, ILR School

Chadé's research interests lie in understanding the emotions and feelings of marginalized employees to better inform diversity, equity, and inclusion practices.

Lab Alumni

  • Lillien Ellis, Assistant Professor, University of Virginia, Darden
  • Jessica Li, Assistant Professor, Georgia Tech, Scheller
  • Laura Giurge, Assistant Professor, London School of Economics
  • Erica Boothby, Postdoc, University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School
  • Na Yoon Kim, Assistant Professor, Wilkes University
  • Kyle Emich, Associate Professor, University of Delaware
  • Lynne Vincent, Assistant Professor, Syracuse University
  • Verena Krause, Assistant Professor, University College London
  • Ozias Moore, Assistant Professor, Lehigh University
  • Evan Polman, Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin
  • Sharon Kim, Johns Hopkins University
  • Michelle Duguid, Associate Professor, Cornell University

Honorary Members