Hillary Anger Elfenbein
Hillary Anger Elfenbein
Washington University in St. Louis
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On the universality and cultural specificity of emotion recognition: a meta-analysis.
HA Elfenbein, N Ambady
Psychological bulletin 128 (2), 203, 2002
Does it pay to be good? A meta-analysis and redirection of research on the relationship between corporate social and financial performance
JD Margolis, HA Elfenbein, JP Walsh
Ann Arbor 1001 (48109-1234), 1-68, 2007
7 Emotion in organizations: a review and theoretical integration
HA Elfenbein
Academy of management annals 1 (1), 315-386, 2007
Does it pay to be good... and does it matter? A meta-analysis of the relationship between corporate social and financial performance
JD Margolis, HA Elfenbein, JP Walsh
And does it matter, 2009
What do people value when they negotiate? Mapping the domain of subjective value in negotiation.
JR Curhan, HA Elfenbein, H Xu
Journal of personality and social psychology 91 (3), 493, 2006
The psychology of rivalry: A relationally dependent analysis of competition
GJ Kilduff, HA Elfenbein, BM Staw
Academy of Management Journal 53 (5), 943-969, 2010
When familiarity breeds accuracy: cultural exposure and facial emotion recognition.
HA Elfenbein, N Ambady
Journal of personality and social psychology 85 (2), 276, 2003
Toward a dialect theory: cultural differences in the expression and recognition of posed facial expressions.
HA Elfenbein, M Beaupré, M Lévesque, U Hess
Emotion 7 (1), 131, 2007
Is there an in-group advantage in emotion recognition?
HA Elfenbein, N Ambady
American Psychological Association 128 (2), 243, 2002
Reading your counterpart: The benefit of emotion recognition accuracy for effectiveness in negotiation
HA Elfenbein, M Der Foo, J White, HH Tan, VC Aik
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 31 (4), 205-223, 2007
Universals and cultural differences in recognizing emotions
HA Elfenbein, N Ambady
Current directions in psychological science 12 (5), 159-164, 2003
Nonverbal “accents” cultural differences in facial expressions of emotion
AA Marsh, HA Elfenbein, N Ambady
Psychological Science 14 (4), 373-376, 2003
Fitting in: The effects of relational demography and person-culture fit on group process and performance
HA Elfenbein, CA O'Reilly III
Group & Organization Management 32 (1), 109-142, 2007
Too many cooks spoil the broth: How high-status individuals decrease group effectiveness
B Groysberg, JT Polzer, HA Elfenbein
Organization Science 22 (3), 722-737, 2011
Predicting workplace outcomes from the ability to eavesdrop on feelings.
HA Elfenbein, N Ambady
Journal of Applied Psychology 87 (5), 963, 2002
Emotional intelligence and negotiation: The tension between creating and claiming value
M Der Foo, HA Elfenbein, HH Tan, VC Aik
International Journal of Conflict Management, 2004
Do well by doing good? Don't count on it
JD Margolis, HA Elfenbein
Harvard Business Review 86 (1), 19-+, 2008
Emotional intelligence and the recognition of emotion from facial expressions.
HA Elfenbein, AA Marsh, N Ambady
The Guilford Press, 2002
Cross-cultural patterns in emotion recognition: highlighting design and analytical techniques.
HA Elfenbein, MK Mandal, N Ambady, S Harizuka, S Kumar
Emotion 2 (1), 75, 2002
Learning in emotion judgments: Training and the cross-cultural understanding of facial expressions
HA Elfenbein
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 30 (1), 21-36, 2006
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