ABOUT

Abbie is a doctoral student in the management department at Columbia University. She conducts research on the topics of negotiation, prosocial behavior, status, hierarchy, and influence, and nonverbal communication.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

The Ergonomics of Dishonesty: The Effect of Incidental Expansive Posture on Stealing, Cheating and Traffic Violations (2013). Psychological Science. Authors: Andy J. Yap, Abbie S. Wazlawek, Brian J. Lucas, Amy J. Cuddy, & Dana R. Carney (link to paper)

Pushing in the dark: causes and consequences of limited self-awareness for interpersonal assertiveness. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. Authors: Daniel R. Ames, & Abbie S. Wazlawek (link to paper)

RESEARCH IN PROGRESS

With great power comes great…morality? Viewing powerful authorities as high in moral character. Authors: Jennifer R. Overbeck, Leigh Plunkett Tost, & Abbie S. Wazlawek

Maintaining a monster: Faint assertiveness feedback signals in a force field. Authors: Abbie S. Wazlawek & Daniel R. Ames

Thanking down: When expressions of gratitude signal status. Authors: Abbie S. Wazlawek

Coming to the table: Where you sit affects how you negotiate. Authors: Abbie S. Wazlawek, Joshua I. Davis, Dana R. Carney


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