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When attitudes and habits don’t correspond: Self-control depletion increases persuasion but not behavior
G Itzchakov, L Uziel, W Wood
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 75, 1-10, 2018
702018
I am aware of my inconsistencies but can tolerate them: The effect of high quality listening on speakers’ attitude ambivalence
G Itzchakov, AN Kluger, DR Castro
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 43 (1), 105-120, 2017
642017
The listener sets the tone: High-quality listening increases attitude clarity and behavior-intention consequences
G Itzchakov, KG DeMarree, AN Kluger, Y Turjeman-Levi
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 44 (5), 762-778, 2018
552018
Does avoidance‐attachment style attenuate the benefits of being listened to?
DR Castro, AN Kluger, G Itzchakov
European Journal of Social Psychology 46 (6), 762-775, 2016
402016
Dyadic listening in teams: Social relations model
AN Kluger, TE Malloy, S Pery, G Itzchakov, DR Castro, L Lipetz, Y Sela, ...
Applied Psychology 70 (3), 1045-1099, 2021
342021
Can holding a stick improve listening at work? The effect of Listening Circles on employees’ emotions and cognitions
G Itzchakov, AN Kluger
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 26 (5), 663-676, 2017
322017
An enumerative review and a meta‐analysis of primed goal effects on organizational behavior
X Chen, GP Latham, RF Piccolo, G Itzchakov
Applied Psychology 70 (1), 216-253, 2021
282021
The power of listening in helping people change
G Itzchakov, AN Kluger
Harvard Business Review, 2018
262018
The listening circle: a simple tool to enhance listening and reduce extremism among employees
G Itzchakov, AN Kluger
Organizational Dynamics 46 (4), 220-226, 2017
242017
If you want people to listen to you, tell a story
G Itzchakov, DR Castro, AN Kluger
International Journal of Listening 30 (3), 120-133, 2016
242016
The power of listening at work
AN Kluger, G Itzchakov
Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior 9 …, 2022
232022
The moderating effect of performance feedback and the mediating effect of self‐set goals on the primed goal‐performance relationship
G Itzchakov, GP Latham
Applied Psychology 69 (2), 379-414, 2020
212020
Feeling torn and fearing rue: Attitude ambivalence and anticipated regret as antecedents of biased information seeking
G Itzchakov, F Van Harreveld
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 75, 19-26, 2018
212018
Can high quality listening predict lower speakers' prejudiced attitudes?
G Itzchakov, N Weinstein, N Legate, M Amar
Journal of experimental social psychology 91, 104022, 2020
202020
High-Quality Listening in the age of COVID-19: A key to Better Dyadic Communication for More Effective Organizations
G Itzchakov, J Grau
Organizational Dynamics, 100820, 2020
162020
How do you like me to listen to you?
G Itzchakov, AN Kluger, M Emanuel-Tor, HK Gizbar
International Journal of Listening 28 (3), 177-185, 2014
162014
Can listening training empower service employees? The mediating roles of anxiety and perspective-taking
G Itzchakov
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 29 (6), 938-952, 2020
152020
Parental listening when adolescents self-disclose: A preregistered experimental study
N Weinstein, A Huo, G Itzchakov
Journal of experimental child psychology 209, 105178, 2021
122021
High-quality listening supports speakers’ autonomy and self-esteem when discussing prejudice
G Itzchakov, N Weinstein
Human communication research 47 (3), 248-283, 2021
122021
Perceived responsiveness increases tolerance of attitude ambivalence and enhances intentions to behave in an open-minded manner
G Itzchakov, HT Reis
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 47 (3), 468-485, 2021
112021
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