Naomi B. Rothman
Naomi B. Rothman
Professor of Management, Lehigh University
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The detrimental effects of power on confidence, advice taking, and accuracy
KE See, EW Morrison, NB Rothman, JB Soll
Organizational behavior and human decision processes 116 (2), 272-285, 2011
Understanding the dual nature of ambivalence: Why and when ambivalence leads to good and bad outcomes
NB Rothman, MG Pratt, L Rees, TJ Vogus
Academy of Management Annals 11 (1), 33-72, 2017
Silence and the dynamics of power
EW Morrison, NB Rothman
Voice and silence in organizations 6 (5), 111-134, 2009
Feeling mixed, ambivalent, and in flux: The social functions of emotional complexity for leaders
NB Rothman, S Melwani
Academy of Management Review 42 (2), 259-282, 2017
The space between us: A social-functional emotions view of ambivalent and indifferent workplace relationships
JR Methot, S Melwani, NB Rothman
Journal of Management 43 (6), 1789-1819, 2017
The affective foundations of high‐reliability organizing
TJ Vogus, NB Rothman, KM Sutcliffe, KE Weick
Journal of Organizational Behavior 35 (4), 592-596, 2014
The ambivalent mind can be a wise mind: Emotional ambivalence increases judgment accuracy
L Rees, NB Rothman, R Lehavy, J Sanchez-Burks
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 49 (3), 360-367, 2013
Acceleration with steering: The synergistic benefits of combining power and perspective-taking
AD Galinsky, JC Magee, D Rus, NB Rothman, AR Todd
Social Psychological and Personality Science 5 (6), 627-635, 2014
Steering sheep: How expressed emotional ambivalence elicits dominance in interdependent decision making contexts
NB Rothman
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 116 (1), 66-82, 2011
Chapter 11 The social consequences of expressing emotional ambivalence in groups and teams
NB Rothman, BM Wiesenfeld
Affect and groups, 275-308, 2007
Paving the road to preferential treatment with good intentions: Empathy, accountability and fairness
SL Blader, NB Rothman
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 50, 65-81, 2014
Unlocking integrative potential: Expressed emotional ambivalence and negotiation outcomes
NB Rothman, GB Northcraft
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 126, 65-76, 2015
Do I trust you? Depends on what you feel: interpersonal effects of emotions on initial trust at zero‐acquaintance
LY Belkin, NB Rothman
Negotiation and Conflict Management Research 10 (1), 3-27, 2017
Social emotions and justice: How the emotional fabric of groups determines justice enactment and reactions
SL Blader, BM Wiesenfeld, NB Rothman, SL Wheeler-Smith
Fairness and groups 13, 29-62, 2010
Affective expressions in groups and inferences about members' relational well-being: The effects of socially engaging and disengaging emotions
NB Rothman, JC Magee
Cognition and Emotion 30 (1), 150-166, 2016
Why fair bosses fall behind
BM Wiesenfeld, NB Rothman, SL Wheeler-Smith, AD Galinsky
The push-and-pull of frenemies: When and why ambivalent relationships lead to helping and harming.
S Melwani, NB Rothman
Journal of Applied Psychology 107 (5), 707, 2022
The ambivalence of expert categorizers
J Marsh, N Rothman
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 35 (35), 2013
Chapter 7 Beyond Valence: Effects of Group Emotional Tone on Group Negotiation Behaviors and Outcomes
MK Peters, NB Rothman, GB Northcraft
Negotiation and Groups, 163-185, 2011
Internal conflict and prejudice-regulation: Emotional ambivalence buffers against defensive responding to implicit bias feedback
NB Rothman, JA Vitriol, GB Moskowitz
Plos one 17 (3), e0264535, 2022
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