The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Negotiation, Mediation, Conflict resolution and Sample. Her Social psychology research incorporates themes from Collectivism and Conflict management. Her research investigates the link between Conflict management and topics such as Emotional conflict that cross with problems in Multiculturalism.
Her Negotiation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Social relation, Egalitarianism, Public relations and Hierarchy. She performs multidisciplinary study on Mediation and Causal model in her works. The concepts of her Conflict resolution study are interwoven with issues in Reciprocity, Positive economics, Online dispute resolution, Law and economics and Dispute resolution.
Her primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Negotiation, Public relations, Mediation and Dispute resolution. Her specific area of interest is Social psychology, where Jeanne M. Brett studies Social relation. Jeanne M. Brett works mostly in the field of Negotiation, limiting it down to topics relating to Dignity and, in certain cases, Face.
Her research on Public relations often connects related topics like Perception. The study incorporates disciplines such as Arbitration and Grievance in addition to Mediation. Her work in Dispute resolution tackles topics such as Law and economics which are related to areas like Online dispute resolution.
Jeanne M. Brett focuses on Negotiation, Social psychology, Public relations, Knowledge management and Dignity. Her Negotiation research integrates issues from Conflict management, Information sharing, Cultural diversity and Value. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Face, Interdependence and China.
Her Public relations study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Management, International trade and Scarcity. Jeanne M. Brett combines subjects such as Qualitative research, Process and Dimension with her study of Knowledge management. Her study in Dignity is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Honor, Media studies, Latin Americans, Spoken language and Empirical research.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Negotiation, Social psychology, Public relations, Cultural diversity and Dignity. Her research integrates issues of Collectivism, Knowledge management, Value, Anger and Conflict management in her study of Negotiation. Her work deals with themes such as Association and Social consciousness, which intersect with Social psychology.
She has researched Public relations in several fields, including Cross culture, Nothing, Interdependence and Information sharing. Her Cultural diversity study incorporates themes from Empirical evidence, Social structure and Face negotiation theory. The Dignity study combines topics in areas such as Face and Honor.
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Mediators, Moderators, and Tests for Mediation.
Lawrence R. James;Jeanne M. Brett.
Journal of Applied Psychology (1984)
A Tale of Two Methods
Lawrence R. James;Lawrence R. James;Stanley A. Mulaik;Stanley A. Mulaik;Jeanne M. Brett.
Organizational Research Methods (2006)
Getting Disputes Resolved: Designing Systems to Cut the Costs of Conflict
William L. Ury;Jeanne M. Brett;Stephen B. Goldberg.
The Negotiation Dance: Time, Culture, and Behavioral Sequences in Negotiation
Wendi L. Adair;Jeanne M. Brett.
Organization Science (2005)
All the right stuff : a comparison of female and male managers career progression
Linda K. Stroh;Jeanne M. Brett;Anne H. Reilly.
Journal of Applied Psychology (1992)
Inter- and Intracultural Negotiation: U.S. and Japanese Negotiators
Jeanne M. Brett;Tetsushi Okumura.
Academy of Management Journal (1998)
Negotiation behavior when cultures collide : The United States and Japan
Wendi L. Adair;Tetsushi Okumura;Jeanne M. Brett.
Journal of Applied Psychology (2001)
Managing multicultural teams.
Jeanne Brett;Kristin Behfar;Mary C. Kern.
Harvard Business Review (2006)
The impact of consideration of issues and motivational orientation on group negotiation process and outcome.
Laurie R. Weingart;Rebecca J. Bennett;Jeanne M. Brett.
Journal of Applied Psychology (1993)
Can we talk, and should we? Managing Emotional Conflict in Multicultural Teams
Mary Ann Von Glinow;Debra L. Shapiro;Jeanne M. Brett.
Academy of Management Review (2004)
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