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Stéphane Côté


Professor of Organizational Behaviour 

Director of the PhD Program

Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

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Stéphane Côté


Professor of Organizational Behaviour 

Director of the PhD Program

Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

NEWS

Click here to read Stéphane's forthcoming Journal of Experimental Psychology: General paper with Michael Kraus, Nichelle Carpenter, Paul Piff, Ursula Beermann, and Dacher Kelter on how much people affiliate with interaction partners from the same social class and from a different social class.

 

This fall the lab will pre-register all of our confirmatory studies, using the AsPredicted website. In addition, we will continue our practice of posting questionnaires, data, and code for analysis for published papers on the DataVerse Project website whenever possible.

 

Click here to read Stéphane's forthcoming Academy of Management Journal paper with Sean Martin and Todd Woodruff on how parental income relates to future narcissism and leadership effectiveness. The research was covered by the Washington Post, Harvard Business Review, and CNBC

 

Welcome Bonnie Le! Bonnie began a position as a post-doctoral fellow in the lab on July 1, 2016. Bonnie earned her PhD in social psychology at the University of Toronto.

 

Welcome Chloe Kovacheff and Joyce He! Chloe and Joyce began their PhD in Organizational Behavior at the Rotman School this September.

 

Congrats Rachel! Rachel Forbes earned a University of Toronto Excellence Award for summer 2016. She worked on research on the psychological effects of social class mobility.

 

Congrats Jenny! Former lab post-doctoral fellow Jennifer Stellar began a tenure-track faculty position in the Department of Psychology at the University of Toronto on July 1, 2016.

 

Stéphane Côté's research with Julian House and Robb Willer on how economic inequality relates to the generosity of higher income individuals is now published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (click here to download). The research was covered by Bloomsberg BusinessQuartz, and La Presse.

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Upcoming PRESENTATIONS

 

RECENT PRESENTATIONS

Economic Inequality, Income, and Prosociality
Stéphane Côté
University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business
November 9, 2016

 

Employees from Lower SES Backgrounds Are Less Likely to Have Mentors at Work, But Why? Results from a Survey of Employed Adults
Amber Holden
Research Roundtable on Gender and the Economy, Rotman School of Management, Toronto, ON
November 16, 2016

 

Social Class, Inequality, and Prosocial Behavior
Stéphane Côté
Society of Experimental and Social Psychology, Santa Monica, CA
October 1, 2016

 

Higher Social Class Predicts Higher Leadership Ambition
Ray Fang
Academy of Management meeting, Anaheim, CA
August 5-9, 2016

 

How Economic Inequality and Income Shape Self-Beliefs and Worldviews
Stéphane Côté
Inequality and Decision Making conference, The Tobin Project, Cambridge, MA
August 4-5, 2016

 

Economic Inequality and Generosity
Stéphane Côté
Association for Psychological Science conference, Chicago, IL
May 28, 2016

 

Accuracy of Self-Rated Emotional Intelligence and Job Performance
Stéphane Côté
Society for Personality and Social Psychology convention, San Diego, CA
January 30, 2016