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C.Z., & Lee, S. (in press). The Glass Wall and the Gendered
of Role Expansion in Freelancing Careers. Academy of
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as a Monograph
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Tang, S., Koval, C.Z.,
Larrick, R., & Harris, L. (2020). The morality of organization vs. organized
members: Organizations are
attributed more control and responsibility for negative outcomes than are
equivalent members. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
A.S., Ponce de Leon, R., Koval, C. Z.,
& Harrison, D. (2018). Intersectionality: Connecting experiences of gender
with race at work. Research in Organizational
Behavior, 38, 1-22.
A.S. & Koval, C. Z. (2018). Framing
advantageous inequity with a focus on others: A catalyst for equity restoration.
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 76, 283-289.
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Koval, C.Z., & Wade-Benzoni, K.
A. (2017). It’s the thought that counts over time:
interplay of intent, outcome, stewardship, and legacy motivations in
intergenerational reciprocity. Journal of
Experimental Social Psychology, 73, 197-210.
S., Koval, C. Z., Ma, A. &
Livingston, R. (2016). Race matters
for women leaders: A
consideration of agentic deficiencies and penalties. Leadership Quarterly,
D., Kay, C. A., & Koval, C. Z. (2015). A gender bias in the attribution of
creativity: Archival and experimental
evidence for the perceived association between masculinity and creative thinking. Psychological
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M. R., Fitzsimons, G. M., & Ranby, K. W. (2015). The burden of responsibility: Interpersonal
costs of having high self-control. Journal
of Personality and Social Psychology, 108,
M. R., Shea, C. T., Davisson, E. K., Koval,
C. Z., & Fitzsimons, G. M. (2014). Motivated
misperception: Self-regulatory resources affect goal appraisals. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.