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Sigal Barsade

Joseph Frank Bernstein Professor of Management

Research Interests: emotional intelligence, emotions in organizations, micro-organizational behavior, organizational culture, team dynamics senior management teams

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  • Sigal Barsade, Olivia A. O'Neill (2014), What’s Love got to do with it?: The Influence of a Culture of Companionate Love in the Long-term Care Setting, Administrative Science Quarterly, (forthcoming).  Abstract
  • Hakan Ozcelik, Sigal Barsade (2011), Work Loneliness and Employee Performance, Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings    Abstract
  • Allan Filipowicz, Sigal Barsade, Shimul Melwani (2011), Understanding Emotional Transitions: The Interpersonal Consequences of Changing Emotions in Negotiations, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 101(3): 541-556.  
  • Shimul Melwani, Sigal Barsade (2011), Held in Contempt: The Psychological, Interpersonal, and Performance Consequences of Contempt in a Work Context, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 101(3): 503-520.  
  • Sigal Barsade, L. Ramarajan, D. Westen (2009), Implicit Affect in Organizations., Research in Organizational Behavior, 135-162.    Abstract
  • J. D. Mayer, R. D. Roberts, Sigal Barsade (2008), Human Abilities: Emotional Intelligence, Annual Review of Psychology, 59, 507-536.    Abstract
  • Sigal Barsade, L. Ramarajan, O. Burack (2008), The influence of organizational respect on emotional exhaustion in the human services, The Journal of Positive Psychology, 3, 4-18.    Abstract
  • Sigal Barsade, D. E. Gibson (2007), Why Does Affect Matter in Organizations?, Academy of Management Perspectives, 36-59.    Abstract
  • T. Amabile, Sigal Barsade, J. Mueller, B. Staw (2005), Affect and Creativity at Work, Administrative Science Quarterly, 50, 367-403.    Abstract
  • Sigal Barsade, Stephen Mesiek, "Leading by Doing". In Next Generation Business Handbook, edited by S. Mesiek, (2004), 109.  
  • Sigal Barsade, Arthur P. Brief, Sandra E. Spataro, "The Affective Revolution in Organizational Behavior: The Emergence of a Paradigm". In OB: The State of the Science, second edition, edited by Jerry Greenberg, (2003), 3 - 52.  
  • Sigal Barsade (2002), The Ripple Effect: Emotional Contagion and its Influence on Group Behavior, Administrative Science Quarterly, 47, 644-675.    Abstract
  • Janice R. Kelly, Sigal Barsade (2001), Mood and Emotions in Small Groups and Work Teams, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 86(1): 99-130.  
  • Sigal Barsade, Andrew J. Ward, Jean D. F. Turner, Jeffrey A. Sonnenfeld (2000), To Your Heart's Content: A Model of Affective Diversity in Top Management Teams, Administrative Science Quarterly, 45: 802-836.  
  • Sigal Barsade, Donald Gibson, "Group Emotion: A View from Top and Bottom". In Research on Managing on Groups and Teams, edited by D. Gruenfeld, B. Mannix, M. Neale, (1998), 81 - 102.  
  • Jennifer A. Chatman, Jeffrey T. Polzer, Sigal Barsade, Margaret A. Neale (1998), Being Different Yet Feeling Similar: The Influence of Demographic Composition and Organizational Culture on Work Processes and Outcomes, Administrative Science Quarterly, 43, 749 - 780.
  • Sigal Barsade, "Group Demography and Innovation: Does Diversity Help?". In Research on Managing on Groups and Teams, edited by D. Gruenfeld, B. Mannix, M. Neale, (1998), 183 - 207.
  • Barry M. Staw, Sigal Barsade, Kenneth W. Koput (1997), Escalation at the Credit Window: A Longitudinal Study of Bank Executives' Recognition and Write-off of Problem Loans, Journal of Applied Psychology, 82, 130 - 142.    Abstract
  • Jennifer A. Chatman, Sigal Barsade (1995), Personality, Organizational Culture and Cooperation: Evidence From a Business Simulation, Administrative Science Quarterly, 40, 423 - 443.
  • Barry M. Staw, Sigal Barsade (1993), Affect and Managerial Performance: A Test of the Sadder-but-Wiser vs. Happier-and-Smarter Hypotheses, Administrative Science Quarterly, 38, 304 - 331.