The Open University of Israel
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Dr. Adi Amit

Department of Management and Economics

Updated: November  2012
  1. Amit, A., Arieli, S., & Porzycki, N. (forthcoming) Distinguishing Epistemically Motivated Thinkers from Systematic Thinkers. In John Humphreys (Ed.), Proceedings of the Seventy-sixth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Online ISSN: 2151-6561.
  2. Amit, A., Rusou, Z., & Arieli, S. (forthcoming) Uni-dimensional or multi-dimensional? Empirical evidence supporting the multidimensional notion of intuition. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition.
  3. Sagiv, L., Amit, A., Ein-Gar, D. & Arieli, S. (2014) Not all Great Minds Think Alike: Systematic and Intuitive Cognitive Style. Journal of Personality, 82 (5), 402-417.
  4. Amit, A., & Sagiv, L. (2013) Tough Decisions: Motivated Processing of Attributes and Alternatives in Complex Choices. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 121 (1), 104-117.
  5. Amit, A., & Sagiv, L. (2013) The PreferenSort: A Holistic Instrument for Career Counseling. Journal of Career Assessment, 21 (2), 249-264.
  6. Amit, A. & Gati, I. (2013) Table or Circles? Comparing Two Methods for Choosing among Career Alternatives. Career Development Quarterly, 61 (1), 50-63. Among the 10 most downloaded papers for 2013.
  7. Roccas, S., & Amit, A. (2011) Group Heterogeneity and Tolerance: The Moderating Role of Conservation Values. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 47 (5), 898-907. doi: 10.1016/j.jesp.2011.03.011.
  8. Amit, A., Roccas, S., & Meidan, M. (2010) A Group Just Like Me: The Moderating Role of Conservation Values on Social Projection. European Journal of Social Psychology, 40, 931-943. doi: 10.1002/ejsp.658.
  9. Roccas, S., Schwartz, S. H., & Amit, A. (2010) Personal Value Priorities and National Identification. Political Psychology, 31, 393-419. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-9221.2010.00763.x.
  10. Amit, A., & Sagiv, L. (2009) Where Have the Investigative Occupations Gone? Perceptions and Misperceptions of Occupations. Journal of Career Assessment, 17, 214-231. doi: 10.1177/1069072708329032.

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        Submitted and Complete Manuscripts

  1. Roccas, S., Sagiv, L., Amit, A., Hazan, O., & Oppenheim, S. Social identity complexity and attributions for threatening behavior of ingroup members.  2nd revision invited for the European Journal of Social Psychology
  1. Cheshin, A., Amit, A.*, & Van Kleef, G. The interpersonal effects of emotion intensity in customer service: how service providers' expressions happiness and sadness shape customer trust and satisfaction. R&R at Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Making Processes. The authorship order was determined by a coin toss between the first two authors.
  2. Amit, A., Arieli, S., Porzycki, N., & Mentser, S. Deep thinkers and Systematic thinkers: Same or Distinct?

3.      Nussinson, R., Arieli, S., Amit, A., Weinstein, Z., & Roccas, S. A threat to the distinctiveness of social identity as physical contamination.

  1. Amit, A., & Halevy, N. Value from control: The valuation of negotiation by principals and agents.

 

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        Grants

2013-2014  Israel Science Foundation (ISF). Research on: A Group’s Perception of Representative Negotiations: The Importance of Uncertainty Reduction.

2012           The Mayers' research grant of the Open University.

2011           Post-Doctoral Fellowship by the Lady Davis Trust Foundation

2008           Minerva Short-Term Research Grant, Max Plank Gesellschaft.

2007,2008  Gal Ed Grant, School of Business Administration, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

2007           Research Grant from the Louis Guttman Facet Theory Scholarship Fund.

 

Amit, A., Arieli, S., & Porzycki, N. (2016) Distinguishing Epistemically Motivated Thinkers from Systematic Thinkers. Best paper OB division. Presented at the Academy of Management (AOM) meeting, Anaheim, CA, August, 2016.

Amit, A., Porzycki, N., & Ben-Hador B. (2016) Subjective value in teamwork. Presented at the Annual conference of the International Association of Conflict Management (IACM), New York, NY, June, 2016.

Amit, A. & Arieli, S. (2016) (Mis)understanding Representatives: The Interactive Effect of Identity and Attributions on Trusting Politicians. Presented at the International Organizational Behavior Conference (IOBC), Tel Aviv, Israel, January, 2016.

Amit, A. (2015) Controlling the demons within: Managing conflict within selves, teams, and organizations. Organizer & presenter of a showcase session CM division, presented at the Academy of Management (AOM) meeting, Vancouver, Canada, August, 2015.

Amit, A., & Halevy, N. (2014). Subjective value in negotiation: Closing the principal-agent valuation gap. Presented at the Annual conference of the International Association of Conflict Management (IACM), Leiden, The Netherlands, July, 2014.

Amit, A., & Roccas, S. (2014). Two foundations of moral judgment in intergroup conflict. Presented at the general meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology (EASP), Amsterdam, The Netherlands, July, 2014.

Amit, A. (2014) Groups and Teams. Discussant at the first conference for PhD students of Organizational Behavior. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, June, 2014.

Amit, A., & Halevy, N. (2014). The problem with agents: Low control diminishes senders' satisfaction in representative negotiations. Presented at the International Organizational Behavior Conference (IOBC), Tel Aviv, Israel, January, 2014.

Amit, A., Aaldering, H., Saygi, O., & De Dreu, C. K. W. (2013). On behalf of the group: The impact of the shape of the agreement formulated by the group's representative. Presented at the Annual conference of the International Association of Conflict Management (IACM), Tacoma, Washington, July, 2013.

Amit, A., Roccas, S (2012). Identification with Groups: A Model of Diverse Motivations. Presented at the EASP Medium Size Meeting on Motivational Processes in Attitudes, Ghent, Belgium, May, 2012.

Amit, A., Arieli, S., Ein-Gar, D., & Sagiv, L. (2011). The Motivational Bases for Intuitive and Systematic Decision Making Styles and Their Role in Real Life Decisions. Presented at the International Conference on Behavioral Decision Making, Herzliya, Israel, May, 2011.

Amit, A. & Sagiv, S. (2009). The Illusion of Inaccurate Decisions: When Goal-Preferences and Process-Preferences are Ignored. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Society of Judgment and Decision Making (SJDM), Boston, Massachusetts, November, 2009.

Amit, A. & Sagiv, S. (2009) Alternatives, Attributes, Epistemic Motivations and Choice: When and to Whom More Information has Detrimental Consequences? Poster presented at The Annual Meeting of the Society of Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP), Tampa, Florida, February, 2009.

Amit, A. & Sagiv, S. (2008) Alternatives, Attributes, Epistemic Motivation and Choice: When and to Whom More Information is Harmful? Presented at The annual meeting of the Society of Judgment and Decision Making (SJDM), Chicago, Illinois, November, 2008

Amit, A., & Sagiv, S. (2008) Decision Making: When and to Whom More Information is Harmful. Poster presented at The XXIX International Congress of Psychology (ICP), Berlin, Germany, July, 2008.

Amit, A., & Roccas, S. (2008) The role of personal and group values in explaining identification with groups. Symposium paper presented at The XXIX International Congress of Psychology (ICP), Berlin, Germany, July, 2008.

Amit, A., Roccas, S. & Meidan, M. (2008) I Spy With My Conservative Eye a Party Similar to Me. Presented at the 4th Annual Conference in Political Science, International Relations and Public Policy, in Memory of Yitzhak Rabin, Jerusalem, Israel, 2008.

Amit, A., & Roccas, S. (2007) The Missing Motivation: Care for Others as a Motivation to Identify with Groups. Poster presented at The 8th Annual Meeting of the Society of Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP), Memphis, Tennessee, January, 2007.

Amit, A., Roccas, S. & Meidan, M. (2007) I Spy With My Conservative Eye a Party Similar to Me. Poster presented at the GRIP preconference of the 8th Annual Meeting of the Society of Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP), Memphis, Tennessee, January, 2007.

Amit, A., & Sagiv, L. (2006) A Personality Based Career-Choice Inventory: A New Holistic Perspective. Symposium paper presented at the 26th International Congress of Applied Psychology (ICAP), Athens, Greece, July, 2006.