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Jeffrey Sanchez-Burks
Jeffrey Sanchez-Burks
University of Michigan Ross School of Business
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Unlocking the benefits of diversity: All-inclusive multiculturalism and positive organizational change
FG Stevens, VC Plaut, J Sanchez-Burks
The journal of applied behavioral science 44 (1), 116-133, 2008
6982008
Connecting the dots within: Creative performance and identity integration
CY Cheng, J Sanchez-Burks, F Lee
Psychological Science 19 (11), 1178-1184, 2008
4132008
“What about me?” Perceptions of exclusion and Whites' reactions to multiculturalism.
VC Plaut, FG Garnett, LE Buffardi, J Sanchez-Burks
Journal of personality and social psychology 101 (2), 337, 2011
3182011
Protestant relational ideology and (in) attention to relational cues in work settings.
J Sanchez-Burks
Journal of personality and social psychology 83 (4), 919, 2002
3082002
Conversing across cultures: East-West communication styles in work and nonwork contexts.
J Sanchez-Burks, F Lee, I Choi, R Nisbett, S Zhao, J Koo
Journal of personality and social psychology 85 (2), 363, 2003
3032003
Emotional aperture and strategic change: The accurate recognition of collective emotions
J Sanchez-Burks, QN Huy
Organization Science 20 (1), 22-34, 2009
2902009
Cultural styles, relationship schemas, and prejudice against out-groups.
J Sanchez-Burks, RE Nisbett, O Ybarra
Journal of personality and social psychology 79 (2), 174, 2000
2722000
The professional, the personal, and the ideal worker: Pressures and objectives shaping the boundary between life domains
TL Dumas, J Sanchez-Burks
The Academy of Management Annals 9 (1), 803-843, 2015
2672015
Embodied metaphors and creative “acts”
AK Leung, S Kim, E Polman, LS Ong, L Qiu, JA Goncalo, J Sanchez-Burks
Psychological science 23 (5), 502-509, 2012
2462012
Protestant relational ideology: The cognitive underpinnings and organizational implications of an American anomaly
J Sanchez-Burks
Research in organizational behavior 26, 265-305, 2004
1822004
The ambivalent mind can be a wise mind: Emotional ambivalence increases judgment accuracy
L Rees, NB Rothman, R Lehavy, J Sanchez-Burks
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 49 (3), 360-367, 2013
1602013
The “big idea” that is yet to be: Toward a more motivated, contextual, and dynamic model of emotional intelligence
O Ybarra, E Kross, J Sanchez-Burks
Academy of Management Perspectives 28 (2), 93-107, 2014
1222014
Performance in intercultural interactions at work: Cross-cultural differences in response to behavioral mirroring.
J Sanchez-Burks, CA Bartel, S Blount
Journal of Applied Psychology 94 (1), 216, 2009
932009
Cultural psychology of workways
J Sanchez-Burks, F Lee
Handbook of cultural psychology 1, 346-369, 2007
922007
Acting professional: An exploration of culturally bounded norms against nonwork role referencing
EL Uhlmann, E Heaphy, SJ Ashford, L Zhu, J Sanchez‐Burks
Journal of Organizational Behavior 34 (6), 866-886, 2013
752013
Reaping the rewards of diversity: The role of identity integration
CY Cheng, M Sanders, J Sanchez‐Burks, K Molina, F Lee, E Darling, ...
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 2 (3), 1182-1198, 2008
712008
Taking advantage of differences: Increasing team innovation through identity integration
CY Cheng, J Sanchez-Burks, F Lee
Diversity and groups, 55-73, 2008
502008
Managing cross-culture conflicts: A close look at the implication of direct versus indirect confrontation
J Brett, K Behfar, J Sanchez-Burks
Handbook of conflict management research, 136-154, 2014
462014
The implicit legacy of American Protestantism
EL Uhlmann, J Sanchez-Burks
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 45 (6), 992-1006, 2014
452014
Cultural training based on a theory of relational ideology
J Sanchez-Burks, F Lee, R Nisbett, O Ybarra
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 29 (3), 257-268, 2007
442007
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