Research in Progress

“I’m sorry if you are: The risk of apologizing first” (with Valeria Burdea). in prep. (Manuscript available upon request.)

“The Credibility Dilemma: When a (Perceived) Lack of Credibility Can Make a Boast More Believable” (with Kristina A. Wald and Jane Risen). Under Review. (Manuscript available upon request.)

“‘Thanks, but no thanks’: Gratitude Expression Reveals Relationship Expectations” (with Jiaqi Yu). Submitted. (Manuscript available upon request.)

“‘Ignorance can be Trustworthy: The Effect of (Social) Self-Awareness on Trust” (with Kristina A. Wald). in prep. (Manuscript available upon request.)

“Reminders Undermine Impressions of Genuine Gratitude” (with Jiabi Wang and Alex Koch). in prep.

“The Lesser of Two Evils: Revealing the Choice Set to Signal Good Intentions” (with Andras Molnar). Available at PsyArXiv: http://dx.doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/8sdme

IN DATA COLLECTION STAGE:

“The Language of Apologies in Customer Reviews” (with Akshina Banerjee and Linhui Wu)

“The Social Scarcity Effect: When Giving More Is Valued Less” (with Minkwang Jang and Ayelet Fishbach)