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Rebecca Schaumberg
Rebecca Schaumberg
Assistant Professor of Operations, Information, and Decisions, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Verified email at wharton.upenn.edu
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Racial prejudice predicts opposition to Obama and his health care reform plan
ED Knowles, BS Lowery, RL Schaumberg
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (2), 420-423, 2010
1782010
Clarifying the link between job satisfaction and absenteeism: The role of guilt proneness.
RL Schaumberg, FJ Flynn
Journal of Applied Psychology 102 (6), 982, 2017
1462017
When feeling bad leads to feeling good: Guilt-proneness and affective organizational commitment.
FJ Flynn, RL Schaumberg
Journal of Applied Psychology 97 (1), 124, 2012
1302012
Self-reliance: A gender perspective on its relationship to communality and leadership evaluations
RL Schaumberg, FJ Flynn
Academy of Management Journal 60 (5), 1859-1881, 2017
1232017
Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown: The link between guilt proneness and leadership.
RL Schaumberg, FJ Flynn
Journal of personality and social psychology 103 (2), 327, 2012
1152012
Desire for a positive moral self-regard exacerbates escalation of commitment to initiatives with prosocial aims
RL Schaumberg, SS Wiltermuth
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 123 (2), 110-123, 2014
612014
Anti-egalitarians for Obama? Group-dominance motivation and the Obama vote
ED Knowles, BS Lowery, RL Schaumberg
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 45 (4), 965-969, 2009
582009
Race, ideology, and the Tea Party: A longitudinal study
ED Knowles, BS Lowery, EP Shulman, RL Schaumberg
PLoS One 8 (6), e67110, 2013
502013
Sidestepping the rock and the hard place: The private avoidance of prosocial requests
SC Lin, RL Schaumberg, T Reich
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 64, 35-40, 2016
442016
Differentiating between grateful and indebted reactions to receiving help
R Schaumberg, FJ Flynn
Altruism and prosocial behavior in groups, 105-132, 2009
172009
Shame broadcasts social norms: The positive social effects of shame on norm acquisition and normative behavior
RL Schaumberg, SE Skowronek
Psychological Science 33 (8), 1257-1277, 2022
162022
From incidental harms to moral elevation: The positive effect of experiencing unintentional, uncontrollable, and unavoidable harms on perceived moral character
RL Schaumberg, E Mullen
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 73, 86-96, 2017
102017
From self-consciousness to success: When and why self-conscious emotions promote positive employee outcomes
RL Schaumberg, JL Tracy
The Cambridge Handbook of Workplace Affect; Yang, L., Cropanzano, R., Daus …, 2020
82020
Refining the guilt proneness construct and theorizing about its role in conformity and deviance in organizations
R Schaumberg, F Flynn
Research in Organizational Behavior 39, 100123, 2019
82019
The Role of Guilt in the Workplace: Taking Stock and Moving Ahead
RL Schaumberg, FJ Flynn, JL Tracy
The Self at Work, 172-193, 2017
42017
To forgive or to show integrity: Forgiveness decreases integrity-based trust but increases benevolence-based trust
R Schaumberg, SS Wiltermuth, G Adams
To Forgive or to Show Integrity: Forgiveness Decreases Integrity-based trust …, 2022
22022
Shame at work: Multiple conceptualizations of shame and its impact on individual outcomes
GE Antoine, K Kushlev, R Schaumberg, R Zhong
Academy of Management Proceedings 2020 (1), 18371, 2020
22020
Disagreement Gets Mistaken for Bad Listening
Z Ren, R Schaumberg
Psychological Science, 09567976241239935, 2024
2024
Partitioned Prosociality: Why Giving a Large Donation Bit-by-bit Increases Moral Praise
R Schaumberg, S Lin
Available at SSRN 4605983, 2023
2023
Disagreement Is a Short-Hand for Poor Listening: Why Speakers Evaluate Others’ Listening Quality Based on whether Others Agree with Them
ZB Ren, R Schaumberg
Rebecca, Disagreement Is a Short-Hand for Poor Listening: Why Speakers …, 2023
2023
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