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Alice Lee

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. In three intersecting lines of research, she explores 1) how people approach acts of influence, 2) who uses and conforms to selected influence strategies, and 3) when certain sources of social influence matter the most.

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