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Sigal Barsade

Joseph Frank Bernstein Professor

Professor of Management

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

Links: CV, What is Group Affect and why does it Matter in Organizations? Video Answer

  • Sigal Barsade, Amanda O'Neill (2016), Emotional Culture, Harvard Business Review
  • Sigal Barsade, Andrew P. Knight (2015), Group Affect, Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior, 2, 21 - 46.    Abstract  Related Materials
  • Hillary Elfenbein, Sigal Barsade, Noah Eisenkraft (2015), The Social Perception of Emotional Abilities: Expanding What We Know About Observer Ratings of Emotional Intelligence, Emotion, 15, 17 - 34.    Abstract
  • Melissa Valentine, Sigal Barsade, Amy Edmondson, Amit Gal, Robert Rhodes (2014), Informal Peer Interaction and Practice Type as Predictors of Physician Performance on Maintenance of Certification Examinations, JAMA Surgeon, 149, 597 - 603.  
  • Andrew Hafenbrack, Zoe Kinias, Sigal Barsade (2014), Debiasing the Mind Through Meditation: Mindfulness and the Sunk-Cost Bias, Psychological Science, 25, 369 - 376.  
  • 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, 59, 551 - 598.    Abstract  Related Materials
  • Sigal Barsade, A.P. Knight (2013), Affect in groups: Traversing levels of analysis and exploring new conceptualizations, Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings
  • Hakan Ozcelik, Sigal Barsade (2011), Work Loneliness and Employee Performance, Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings    Abstract
  • Allan Filipowicz, Sigal Barsade, Shimul Melwani (2011), Emotional Transitions in Social Interactions: Beyond Steady State Emotion, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 101, 541 - 556.  
  • Shimul Melwani, Sigal Barsade (2011), Held in Contempt: The Psychological Interpersonal and Performance Outcomes of Contempt in a Work Setting, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 101, 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
  • L. Ramarajan, Sigal Barsade, 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, 21, 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 (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.  
  • 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.
  • 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.