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Adam Galinsky
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Adam Galinsky Oct 20
Replying to @profbohns
I agree! Many papers have had big impact without being cited (e.g., used in PhD seminars). But I also don't think they really make much difference. In my own tenure letters I almost never mention them, and having served on P&T, i don't see much discussion of them
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Adam Galinsky Oct 7
Agreed! has don’t great thinking on this.
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Adam Galinsky Sep 30
Crushing it as always!
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Adam Galinsky Sep 30
Great point! It is partial for sure. Other motives defiitely play a role. does amazing work on passion and so it would be fun to explore the passion-jargon intersection!
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Adam Galinsky Sep 30
As knows well, , co-author on the jargon paper, has done amazing work on middle status conformity, his AMR paper on the topic won best article award! (Damon was on his diss comm even). So not ignored in anyway -- you can't do everything in every paper!
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Adam Grant Sep 29
Jargon isn't a sign of expertise; it's a signal of insecurity. 9 studies: when people lack status, they resort to unnecessarily technical language in an attempt to look smart. When they have status, they're more concerned with communicating clearly.
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Adam Galinsky Sep 29
Great study on intermittent fasting! You had people “eat 3 structured meals per day”. Since starting IF, I only eat two meals a day (I’m normal weight, but lost 15 lbs and cholesterol dropped 40 points). So I wonder if number of meals plays a role?
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Adam Galinsky Sep 29
I agree that plays a role! My TED talk discusses the idea that high power people have a lot of leeway in how they can behave, what I call a wide range of acceptable behavior.
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Adam Galinsky Sep 29
Yes! Acronyms fit our definition of jargon!
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Adam Galinsky Sep 25
Replying to @DeanMobbs
Congrats! We miss you on the east coast!
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Adam Galinsky Sep 24
Thanks!!
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Adam Galinsky Sep 24
It was intentional :) Hats off time for the linguistic flourish!
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Adam Galinsky Sep 22
I see you Management as in bosses and I thought you meant Management scholars. But I would say many managers are status insecure, worried about their status, so would show the same effect.
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Adam Galinsky Sep 22
Or maybe they think they are lower status than other disciplines!
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Adam Galinsky Sep 22
We actually use a pitch competition scenario in some of our experiments!
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YS Aug 21
When Joe first met Brayden.
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Adam Galinsky Aug 5
Me too!
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Alejandra Jul 28
... Really, truly, deeply understanding another culture is the key to enhancing your own creativity. Adam Galinsky
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Adam Galinsky Jul 6
A diverse group of awardees comes from a diverse group of nominees Nominations close July 15, 2020. Nominate yourself or a colleague: Mid-Career Contribution Awards Early Career Awards
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Adam Galinsky Jun 17
Enclothed Blue Aggression — Why military uniforms help turn the police from protectors to aggressors.
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