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Stéphane Côté


Geoffrey Conway Chair in Business Ethics

Professor of Organizational Behaviour 

Ph.D. Program Director

Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

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Stéphane Côté


Geoffrey Conway Chair in Business Ethics

Professor of Organizational Behaviour 

Ph.D. Program Director

Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

NEWS

Click here to read a Registered Report on the relationship between self-insight and psychological adjustment with Joyce He (lead author) published in Nature Human Behavior. We wrote a blog post describing our experience with the Registered Report format. Also click here to read the Editorial accompanying the publication of the first two registered reports at Nature Human Behavior.

Click here to read a 2019 Academy of Management Review article with Sean Martin (lead author) on the importance of social class transitioners in organizations.

 

Click here to read a 2019 Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes article (led by Jon Jachimowicz) on how and why expressing passion increases support from others.

Click here to read a forthcoming Emotion article with Jeremy Yip (lead author), Daniel Stein, and Dana Carney on the potential role of emotional intelligence in shaping the effect of physiological arousal on risk-taking.

 

Congrats Bonnie! Bonnie Le started a position as Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Rochester in July 2019. She was a Banting Postdoctoral Fellow in 2018-2019.

Stéphane has been elected Fellow of the Association for Psychological Science, International Association of Applied Psychology, and Society for Personality and Social Psychology.

 

The lab will continue to pre-register all new confirmatory experiments, using the AsPredicted website. In addition, we will continue to post questionnaires, data, and code for analysis for published papers on the DataVerse Project website.

 

Click here to read an op-ed in the Washington Post's Monkey Cage blog by Stéphane and Robb Willer relating the Republican tax bill to research on inequality, self-serving behavior, and entitlement.

 

Click here to read a 2018 Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior paper with Gerben van Kleef (lead author) on the role of emotions in negotiations and conflict.

 

Click here to read a 2018 Emotion Review paper with Christopher Miners (lead author) and Filip Lievens on designing and evaluating the validity of measures of emotional intelligence.

 

Click here to read a 2017 Journal of Experimental Psychology: General paper with Michael Kraus, Nichelle Carpenter, Paul Piff, Ursula Beermann, and Dacher Keltner on how much people affiliate with interaction partners from the same social class and from a different social class.

 

Click here to read a 2017 Social Psychological and Personality Science paper with Max Barranti (lead author) and Erika Carlson on how to test hypotheses about the consequences of (dis)similarity using polynomial regression and response surface analysis.

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RECENT PRESENTATIONS

Is Self-Insight into Emotional and Cognitive Abilities Related to Adjustment?
Joyce He
Academy of Management conference, Boston, MA
August 12, 2019

The Psychology of Entrenched Privilege: High Socioeconomic Status Individuals from Affluent Backgrounds Are Uniquely High in Entitlement
Stéphane Côté
INSEAD
May 15, 2019

Is Self-Insight into One’s Emotional and Cognitive Abilities Related to Psychological Adjustment? A Registered Report
Stéphane Côté
INSEAD
May 16, 2019

Is Self-Insight into One’s Emotional and Cognitive Abilities Related to Psychological Adjustment?
Stéphane Côté
Michigan State University, Eli Broad College of Business
March 22, 2019

Socioeconomic Status and the Roots of Psychological Entitlement
Stéphane Côté
Society for Personality and Social Psychology conference, Portland, OR
February 8, 2019

Emotional Intelligence in Organizations: A Review of 25 Years of Theoretical Advances and Empirical Findings (Keynote Address)
Stéphane Côté
International Congress of Applied Psychology, Montréal, QC
June 27, 2018

 

Socioeconomic Status and the Roots of Psychological Entitlement
Stéphane Côté
University of Michigan
February 19, 2018

 

Socioeconomic Status and the Roots of Psychological Entitlement
Stéphane Côté
Cornell University
February 1, 2018

 

Socioeconomic Status and the Roots of Psychological Entitlement
Stéphane Côté
Wilfrid Laurier University
November 10, 2017

 

Three Ways Your Social Class Influences How You Think and What You Do
Stéphane Côté
Rotman Management Magazine Speaker Series on Inequality, Toronto, ON
October 3, 2017

 

Supervisor Perceptions of Employee Emotional Intelligence Predict Employee LMX, Job Satisfaction, and Job Performance
Joyce He
Academy of Management conference, Atlanta, GA
August 7, 2017

 

Higher Income Individuals Feel More Entitled Under Unequal Economic Conditions
Chloe Kovacheff
Academy of Management conference, Atlanta, GA
August 8, 2017

 

Theoretical Challenges in Studying the Effects of Social Class on Organizational Behavior
Stéphane Côté
Academy of Management conference, Atlanta, GA
August 4, 2017