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Meta-analysis of menstrual cycle effects on women’s mate preferences
W Wood, L Kressel, PD Joshi, B Louie
Emotion Review 6 (3), 229-249, 2014
2392014
Power and reduced temporal discounting
PD Joshi, NJ Fast
Psychological science 24 (4), 432-438, 2013
1842013
Sizing up entrepreneurial potential: Gender differences in communication and investor perceptions of long-term growth and scalability
L Huang, P Joshi, C Wakslak, A Wu
Academy of Management Journal 64 (3), 716-740, 2021
782021
Communicating with the crowd: Speakers use abstract messages when addressing larger audiences.
PD Joshi, CJ Wakslak
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 143 (1), 351, 2014
722014
Gender differences in communicative abstraction.
PD Joshi, CJ Wakslak, G Appel, L Huang
Journal of personality and social psychology 118 (3), 417, 2020
532020
I am my (high-power) role: Power and role identification
PD Joshi, NJ Fast
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 39 (7), 898-910, 2013
482013
Communicating with distant others: The functional use of abstraction
PD Joshi, CJ Wakslak, M Raj, Y Trope
Social Psychological and Personality Science 7 (1), 37-44, 2016
432016
Indian adolescent sexuality: Sexual knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors among urban youth
PD Joshi
Psychological Studies 55, 181-187, 2010
222010
Expansive and contractive communication scope: A construal level perspective on the relationship between interpersonal distance and communicative abstraction
C Wakslak, P Joshi
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 14 (5), 271-284, 2020
212020
Attitudes toward physical contact in a therapeutic setting: Role of gender and expertise
PD Joshi, M Almeida, PD Shete
Journal of the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology 36 (1), 35-43, 2010
162010
Social psychophysics: Using psychophysics to answer “social” questions with PsychoPro
OH MacLin, MK MacLin, D Peterson, O Chowdhry, P Joshi
Behavior research methods 41, 623-632, 2009
162009
“I” am more concrete than “we”: Linguistic abstraction and first-person pronoun usage.
Y Yin, CJ Wakslak, PD Joshi
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 122 (6), 1004, 2022
112022
Decision making at the top: Benefits and barriers
NJ Fast, PD Joshi
The psychology of social status, 227-242, 2014
92014
Gender Differences in Communicative Abstraction and their Organizational Implications
PD Joshi, CJ Wakslak, L Huang, G Appel
Rutgers Business Review 6 (2), 2021
72021
Communicating with the Crowd: Speakers use Abstract Messages when Addressing Larger Audiences
C Wakslak, PD Joshi
Academy of Management Proceedings 2013 (1), 12908, 2013
22013
The Curse of Loyalty: Interdependent Self Construal and Support for Corruption
P Joshi
University of Southern California, 2016
12016
Protecting the well intended: When Group Interdependence leads to Greater Corruption
PD Joshi, NJ Fast
Academy of Management Proceedings 2014 (1), 12780, 2014
12014
A Patient Experience Course Syllabus: Integrating Service Sciences Research to Enhance Health-Care Delivery
PD Joshi, S Shoemaker, CC Sullivan, NR Soman
Journal of Patient Experience 7 (4), 449-453, 2020
2020
The Curse of Loyalty: Cultural Interdependence and Support for Pro-Organizational Corruption
PD Joshi, N Fast, PH Kim
Academy of Management Proceedings 2020 (1), 12937, 2020
2020
I Am my (High-Power) Role: Power as a Determinant of Role Identification
PD Joshi, NJ Fast
Academy of Management Proceedings 2012 (1), 10714, 2012
2012
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