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The psychological processes of cultural retooling

Global Dexterity: How to adapt your behavior across cultures without losing yourself in the process.

The bedside manner of homo economicus: How and why priming an economic schema reduces compassion

Three skills every 21st century manager needs

A situational approach for assessing and teaching acculturation.

The performer's reactions to procedural injustice: When prosocial identity reduces prosocial behavior

Navigating the bind of necessary evils: Psychological engagement and the production of interpersonally sensitive behavior.

Training wheels for cultural learning: Poor language fluency and its shielding effect on the evaluation of culturally inappropriate behavior.

Cross-cultural code-switching: The psychological challenges of adapting behavior in foreign cultural interactions.

The emotional tightrope of downsizing: Hidden challenges for leaders and their organizations.

Necessary evils and interpersonal sensitivity in organizations.

Cracking the Nonverbal Code: Intercultural Competence and the Diagnosis of Gestures Across Cultures

Language Fluency and the Evaluation of Cultural Faux Pas: The Case of Russians Interviewing for Jobs in the United States

Sanding down the edges: Paradoxical impediments to organizational change.

Andrew L Molinsky

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Molinsky, Andrew L. "The psychological processes of cultural retooling." Academy of Management Journal 56. 3 (2013): 683-710.

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Molinsky, Andrew L. Global Dexterity: How to adapt your behavior across cultures without losing yourself in the process.. Boston, MA: Harvard Business Review Press, 2013.

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Molinsky, A.L, Grant, A.M. & Margolis, J.D. "The bedside manner of homo economicus: How and why priming an economic schema reduces compassion." Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 119. (2012): 27-37.

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Molinsky, A.L., Davenport, T.H., Iyer, B. & Davidson, C.. "Three skills every 21st century manager needs." Harvard Business Review January/February. (2012).

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Molinsky, Andrew L. "A situational approach for assessing and teaching acculturation.." Journal of Management Education 34. (2010): 723-745.

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Grant, A.M., Molinsky, A.L., Margolis, J.D., Schiano, W. & Kamin, M. "The performer's reactions to procedural injustice: When prosocial identity reduces prosocial behavior." Journal of Applied Social Psychology 39. 2 (2009): 319-349.

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Margolis, J.D. & Molinsky, A.L.. "Navigating the bind of necessary evils: Psychological engagement and the production of interpersonally sensitive behavior.." Academy of Management Journal 51. 5 (2008): 847-872.

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Molinsky, A.L. & Perunovic, W.Q.E.. "Training wheels for cultural learning: Poor language fluency and its shielding effect on the evaluation of culturally inappropriate behavior.." Journal of Language and Social Psychology. 27. 3 (2008): 284-289.

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Molinsky, Andrew L. "Cross-cultural code-switching: The psychological challenges of adapting behavior in foreign cultural interactions.." Academy of Management Review 32. (2007): 622-640.

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Molinsky, A.L. & Margolis, J.D.. "The emotional tightrope of downsizing: Hidden challenges for leaders and their organizations.." Organizational Dynamics 35. (2006): 145-159.

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Molinsky, A.L., & Margolis, J.D.. "Necessary evils and interpersonal sensitivity in organizations.." Academy of Management Review 30. (2005): 245-268.

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Molinsky, A.L., Krabbenhoft, M., Ambady, N. & Choi, Y.S.. "Cracking the Nonverbal Code: Intercultural Competence and the Diagnosis of Gestures Across Cultures." Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 36. (2005): 380-395.

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Molinsky, A.L.. "Language Fluency and the Evaluation of Cultural Faux Pas: The Case of Russians Interviewing for Jobs in the United States." Social Psychology Quarterly 68. (2005): 103-120.

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Molinsky, A.L.. "Sanding down the edges: Paradoxical impediments to organizational change.." The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science 35 (1999): 8-24.