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Julia A. Minson
Julia A. Minson
Harvard Kennedy School
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Algorithm appreciation: People prefer algorithmic to human judgment
JM Logg, JA Minson, DA Moore
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 151, 90-103, 2019
5152019
Do-gooder derogation: Disparaging morally motivated minorities to defuse anticipated reproach
JA Minson, B Monin
Social Psychological and Personality Science 3 (2), 200-207, 2012
3142012
Holding the hunger games hostage at the gym: An evaluation of temptation bundling
KL Milkman, JA Minson, KGM Volpp
Management science 60 (2), 283-299, 2014
2432014
It doesn’t hurt to ask: Question-asking increases liking.
K Huang, M Yeomans, AW Brooks, J Minson, F Gino
Journal of personality and social psychology 113 (3), 430, 2017
1652017
Two to tango: Effects of collaboration and disagreement on dyadic judgment
JA Minson, V Liberman, L Ross
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 37 (10), 1325-1338, 2011
1102011
A homeowner's dilemma: Anchoring in residential real estate transactions
GW Bucchianeri, JA Minson
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 89, 76-92, 2013
1092013
The cost of collaboration: Why joint decision making exacerbates rejection of outside information
JA Minson, JS Mueller
Psychological Science 23 (3), 219-224, 2012
1012012
In the eye of the beholder: Eye contact increases resistance to persuasion
FS Chen, JA Minson, M Schne, M Heinrichs
Psychological science 24 (11), 2254-2261, 2013
672013
Nave realism and capturing the “wisdom of dyads”
V Liberman, JA Minson, CJ Bryan, L Ross
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (2), 507-512, 2012
562012
Selective exposure partly relies on faulty affective forecasts
CA Dorison, JA Minson, T Rogers
Cognition 188, 98-107, 2019
472019
Tell me more: The effects of expressed interest on receptiveness during dialog
FS Chen, JA Minson, ZL Tormala
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (5), 850-853, 2010
422010
Do-gooder derogation: Disparaging morally motivated minorities to defuse anticipated reproach. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 3 (2), 200–207
JA Minson, B Monin
412012
Conversational receptiveness: Improving engagement with opposing views
M Yeomans, J Minson, H Collins, F Chen, F Gino
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 160, 131-148, 2020
372020
Predicting civil jury verdicts: How attorneys use (and misuse) a second opinion
J Jacobson, J Dobbs‐Marsh, V Liberman, JA Minson
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 8, 99-119, 2011
332011
Why won’t you listen to me? Measuring receptiveness to opposing views
JA Minson, FS Chen, CH Tinsley
Management Science 66 (7), 3069-3094, 2020
322020
Eliciting the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth: The effect of question phrasing on deception
JA Minson, EM VanEpps, JA Yip, ME Schweitzer
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 147, 76-93, 2018
312018
Communicating with warmth in distributive negotiations is surprisingly counterproductive
M Jeong, J Minson, M Yeomans, F Gino
Management Science 65 (12), 5813-5837, 2019
292019
The contingent wisdom of dyads: When discussion enhances vs. undermines the accuracy of collaborative judgments
JA Minson, JS Mueller, RP Larrick
Management Science 64 (9), 4177-4192, 2018
282018
In generous offers I trust: The effect of first-offer value on economically vulnerable behaviors
M Jeong, JA Minson, F Gino
Psychological Science 31 (6), 644-653, 2020
92020
The relationship between self-other disagreement and the perceived impact of biasing versus normative considerations on own versus others’ opinions
L Ross, J McGuire, J Minson
Manuscript in preparation, 2004
92004
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