Krishna Savani
Krishna Savani
Provost's Chair in Business, Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University
Verified email at - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Let your preference be your guide? Preferences and choices are more tightly linked for North Americans than for Indians.
K Savani, HR Markus, AL Conner
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 95 (4), 861, 2008
What counts as a choice? US Americans are more likely than Indians to construe actions as choices
K Savani, HR Markus, NVR Naidu, S Kumar, N Berlia
Psychological Science 21 (3), 391-398, 2010
Leveraging mindsets to promote academic achievement: Policy recommendations
A Rattan, K Savani, D Chugh, CS Dweck
Perspectives on Psychological Science 10 (6), 721-726, 2015
Can Everyone Become Highly Intelligent? Cultural Differences in and Societal Consequences of Beliefs About the Universal Potential for Intelligence
A Rattan, K Savani, NVR Naidu, CS Dweck
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 103 (5), 787, 2012
The unanticipated interpersonal and societal consequences of choice: Victim blaming and reduced support for the public good
K Savani, NM Stephens, HR Markus
Psychological Science 22 (6), 795-802, 2011
Cultural conditioning: Understanding interpersonal accommodation in India and the United States in terms of the modal characteristics of interpersonal influence situations.
K Savani, MW Morris, NVR Naidu, S Kumar, NV Berlia
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 100 (1), 84, 2011
Guilty and helpful: An emotion-based reparatory model of voluntary work behavior.
R Ilies, AC Peng, K Savani, N Dimotakis
Journal of Applied Psychology 98 (6), 1051, 2013
A choice mind-set increases the acceptance and maintenance of wealth inequality
K Savani, A Rattan
Psychological science 23 (7), 796-804, 2012
Deference in Indians' decision making: Introjected goals or injunctive norms?
K Savani, MW Morris, NVR Naidu
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 102 (4), 685, 2012
Power to the peers: authority of source effects for a voice-based agricultural information service in rural India
N Patel, K Shah, K Savani, SR Klemmer, P Dave, TS Parikh
Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Information and …, 2012
Reverse ego-depletion: Acts of self-control can improve subsequent performance in Indian cultural contexts.
K Savani, V Job
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 113 (4), 589, 2017
When in Rome: Intercultural learning and implications for training
MW Morris, K Savani, S Mor, J Cho
Research in Organizational Behavior 34, 189-215, 2014
Negotiable fate: Social ecological foundation and psychological functions
EWM Au, C Chiu, ZX Zhang, LA Mallorie, A Chaturvedi, M Viswanathan, ...
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 43 (6), 931-942, 2012
When norms loom larger than the self: Susceptibility of preference–choice consistency to normative influence across cultures
K Savani, M Wadhwa, Y Uchida, Y Ding, NVR Naidu
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 129, 70-79, 2015
Maintaining faith in agency under immutable constraints: Cognitive consequences of believing in negotiable fate
EWM Au, C Chiu, A Chaturvedi, LA Mallorie, M Viswanathan, ZX Zhang, ...
International Journal of Psychology 46 (6), 463-474, 2011
Perceiving outcomes as determined by external forces: The role of event construal in attenuating the outcome bias
K Savani, D King
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 130, 136-146, 2015
Feeling close and doing well: The prevalence and motivational effects of interpersonally engaging emotions in Mexican and European American cultural contexts
K Savani, A Alvarez, B Mesquita, HR Markus
International Journal of Psychology 48 (4), 682-694, 2013
No match for money: Even in intimate relationships and collectivistic cultures, reminders of money weaken sociomoral responses
K Savani, NL Mead, T Stillman, KD Vohs
Self and Identity 15 (3), 342-355, 2016
A processing advantage associated with analytic perceptual tendencies: European Americans outperform Asians on multiple object tracking
K Savani, HR Markus
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (3), 766-769, 2012
People in more racially diverse neighborhoods are more prosocial.
J Nai, J Narayanan, I Hernandez, K Savani
Journal of personality and social psychology 114 (4), 497, 2018
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20